English Composition; English Composition II; Professional Writing; and English Fundamentals II
Ph.D. English: Rhetoric & Linguistics/Composition & TESOL, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
M.Ed. Secondary Education, Wesley College
B.A. Speech & Theatre, Wagner College
A.A. Modern Foreign Language, Wesley College
Awards & Recognitions:
- Faculty Award, Wesley College
- IUP Fellowship Grant, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
An expert in the areas of rhetoric and linguistics, educational pedagogy, history of the English language, diversity in education, and teacher-research methodology, Dr. Wesley Boozer serves as a professor of Liberal Arts at Hodges University.
Born and raised in Dover, Del., he earned an associate degree from Wesley College before enrolling at Wagner College and achieving his bachelor’s degree in speech and theatre. Living in New York City at the time, he acted in professional theatre and appeared in productions at Carnegie Hall, on Broadway at Town Hall and off-Broadway with the York Theatre Company.
Leaving the theatre profession, he earned a master’s degree in education at Wesley College and taught high school English and social studies in Delaware for three years. In 2000, he began working on his doctorate in English rhetoric and linguistics/composition and TESOL, which he completed in 2007.
In his free time, he enjoys traveling and performing locally, the performing arts and British history.