Marc Reif has been teaching more than long enough, but still has a few more years left in him. He has taught at Fayetteville High School in two stints for a total of fourteen years, most recently since 2008. Before and in-between he also taught at the middle level, and in a couple other states, and twice he taught in foreign countries. He currently teaches his favorite subjects, on-level and AP Physics. Although he has taught other science classes, including biology, chemistry, and earth science, he likes physics the best because it makes his brain work the hardest. He is a native of Fayetteville, and a graduate of the University of Arkansas and the University of North Carolina. He and his wife, Eden, have two daughters, one in college and one about to be in college. Back when fun was available to him, he had fun by running, bicycling, playing soccer, or hiking. Nowadays he’s not so much fun, although he’s hoping to be fun again, someday. His favorite color is about 450 nanometers. Marc spends his summers presenting AP Physics professional development institutes for teachers. This is kind of fun, but he’s hoping someday to ride a bicycle across Mexico, instead.