Dr. Victor Snow is an adjunct professor in the field of education, as well as an experienced middle and high school science and social studies teacher. He spent four years abroad teaching in international schools in Europe and Asia, and has been teaching in U.S. public schools since 2018. At the post-secondary level, he has experience teaching education methods courses and chairing students' thesis committees. He wrote and successfully defended a qualitative dissertation focused on teacher experiences in Germany as they responded to at-risk immigrant and refugee students during the 2015-16 European Refugee Crisis. Prior to joining the teaching profession in 2013, Dr. Snow served for 12 years in the U.S. Army, achieving the rank of non-commissioned officer. In his free time, he enjoys traveling with his family, watching or attending college football games, and off-road motorcycling.

EdD Curriculum & Instruction, Liberty University, 2017
EdS Curriculum & Instruction, Liberty University, 2014
MS Adult & Technical Education, Marshall University, 2009
BA Liberal Arts, Marshall University, 2007

Curriculum & Instruction, Teacher Education, Comparative Education, Qualitative Research