Marcel Montane

Ed.D.. student in the Educational Policy Planning and Leadership – Higher Education program

Marcel MontaneMarcel is an EdD student originally from Staten Island, New York.  His B.S. is from Wagner College and his M.S. in Marine Biology from UNC-Wilmington.

Marcel’s career includes a position as a high school science teacher, a Marine Science Supervisor at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, and a Biology Adjunct Professor at Thomas Nelson Community College.  He is currently the Science Department Chair and Biology Instructor at Roanoke-Chowan Community College in Ahoskie, NC.

His areas of interest include advancement of STEM Education in community colleges, effects of community college consolidation and advancement of educational opportunities for veterans.

Marcel’s future plans include an administrative role in the community college.

Montane on  the Higher Education Program:

“The quality of the faculty, staff and students in the W&M Higher Ed program is exceptional. The program is rigorous, but as a new faculty member in Higher Education, the program helps me deal with the challenges I encounter daily teaching at a rural community college.”

Feel free to email [[e|mmmont, Marcel]] if you would like to learn more about his perspective on the program.