Matt Marino is an Adjunct Professor of Information Technology for the Stillman School of Business within the Computing and Decision Sciences department at Seton Hall University. Marino previously served as an adjunct professor at Monmouth University, Rowan University, Bowling Green State University, and Ocean County College. He has taught courses in Business Management, Communication, Computer Science, and Information Technology. In these roles he has taught 26 undergraduate courses totaling 693 students to date.

His research focuses on student perceptions and improving instruction. Marino serves as a journal article reviewer for the Common Ground Research Networks. He has presented at numerous conferences related to educational technology, including Rutgers Online Learning Conference, ISTE, and AACE Global Learn. In addition to his teaching ventures Marino has run a website development and online marketing company since 2003 and a non-profit focusing on advancing educational technology since 2014.

Marino focuses on empowering his “young scholars” for the future, even creating The Old Scholars Network on LinkedIn for former students to connect, interact, and assist each other with job opportunities and preparation. Additionally, he invented Scholarsgiving, a play on the common Friendsgiving, but for young scholars. He has been published in Business and Professional Communication Quarterly.