Rancho Santa Margarita, CA, September 15, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Math and music aficionado Dolly Shueh was recently named adjunct professor of mathematics for Wexford University online. The 100 percent online Wexford University offers a variety of associates through doctoral degrees in health, fitness, exercise and nutrition.
Shueh is currently a high school math teacher in Orange County; she began her teaching career as a music instructor and tutor while earning her bachelor’s degree in Music Education at UCLA. She later completed a master’s in Educational Technology and Instructional Design as well as her teaching credentials at California State University, Los Angeles. During her 10-year tenure at Anaheim Union High School District, she has taught choir, reading, English language development, math, and also ran both math and tutorial labs. Likewise, Shueh has also worked in alternative and adult education as well as independent studies.
“Dolly’s diverse background and passion for education in all settings are both impressive and noteworthy,” said Jack Bauerle, Chancellor of Wexford University. “As we expand our staff to reach more local and international students, we are thrilled that she will be part of our mathematics team.”
Shueh has also worked for an educational software company reviewing content and troubleshooting technical errors and helped corporate trainers developing materials for professional development programs. Her goal is always to keep material relevant and meaningful for her students.
Wexford University offers the following online degree programs for both U.S. and international students:
Associate of arts degree in Fitness Training
Bachelor of science degree in Health and Fitness
Master of science degree in Nutrition and Exercise
Master of arts degree in Applied Sports Psychology
Doctor of Applied Sports Psychology
About Wexford University
Wexford University is dedicated to providing world-class education through cutting-edge technology, offering direct application degree programs in an accelerated format with 100 percent online learning to save time and money. Programs include an associate of arts degree in Fitness Training, bachelor’s degree in Health and Fitness, master’s degree in Nutrition and Exercise as well as master’s degree and doctorate degree in Applied Sport Psychology. Wexford University is the higher education division of NESTA (National Exercise & Sports Trainers Association). For more information, please visit http://wexford.edu/