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Frank Gregory
Instructor of History

Why I Teach:

“I enjoy teaching at Wesley College because the emphasis is on the students and teaching, making great things possible.”



Contact Information

Parker Library 211C
(302) 736-2523
frank.gregory(at)wesley.edu

Degrees

M.A., Northeast Missouri State University
B.A., Northeast Missouri State University

Professional Activities

  • Academic Advisory Board, WORLD HISTORY ANNUAL EDITIONS, McGraw Hill Pub. World History Association.
  • 2010 Biltmore’s Who’s Who, nomination.
  • 2007 Marquis Who’s Who.
  • Member of the World History Association

I have taught a variety of world history courses at Wesley College over the last seven years, including new courses entitled Evil People in World History, Modern Asia and Modern Latin America. I spent nearly two weeks this past fall studying Peruvian culture.

I have traveled to more than twenty countries on four continents and co-sponsor Wesley College travel courses to Italy and Ireland during the college’s spring break.  As a part of my recognition of the importance of travel I co-presented a paper at a conference held at the College of Southern Maryland entitled “Informed Student Travelers Make Better Global Citizens.”

Currently I serve as the advisor to the De La Warr History Society of Wesley College.

Courses Taught

HI109 World Civilizations I
HI110 World Civilizations II
HI213A European History
HI355U Evil People in World History
HI355W Historical Research and Writing
HI416 World History 500-1500
HI417 World History 1500-1815
HI415 History of the Modern World
HI255T History of Modern Russia
HI255M Italian History
HI300D Italian History and Culture
HI300G Irish History and Culture
HI355W Historical Research and Writing