Marc LaBella, M.S.
Marc LaBella, has been at Ocean County College (New Jersey) in the position of Associate Professor of Biology and an eLearning Lecturer II for nine years, and has taught at the college level for at total of 33 years in the capacity of both a professor and an administrator at Felician College in Lodi, New Jersey. Marc has graduate training (Master’s Degree – Fairleigh Dickinson University, and Post-masters training as a FIPSE Fellow at Rutgers University) in Biology, Educational Psychology, and Statistics.
The face-to-face classes and distance-learning classes that Marc teaches include General Biology I, General Biology II, Anatomy and Physiology I & II, Pathophysiology (undergraduate and graduate level), Statistics & Experimental Design (undergraduate and graduate level), and Ecology. Marc has been designing and teaching distance-learning courses since 1999. He is a Quality Matters Peer Reviewer, a Certified Online Instructor, and Master Course Designer for Ocean County College.
Marc’s Biological specialty is Microbial Ecology, specifically genetically modified bacteria that break down toxic substances (biodegradation). He has also have worked with Diamond Back Terrapins (in association with Project Terrapin of Ocean County). Marc is also a state certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).