Midwest native Dan Marsch has taught mathematics and other subjects at the Rudolf Steiner School since 2002, including courses in philosophy, literature, drawing, and instrumental music. Prior to joining the RSS faculty, he taught mathematics and humanities at the Chicago Waldorf School. As a student at the University of Chicago, Mr. Marsch studied under the Committee for the Analysis of Ideas and the Study of Methods. He is a graduate student in the CUNY system studying mathematics and comparative literature. A dedicated amateur in music and the arts, his recent ventures include large-scale composting and sustainable forestry.