Mr. David Wreford
Instructor of Developmental English
David Wreford is currently Instructor of Developmental English. His main areas of teaching include English Composition, the Rhetorical Modes, Argumentative Essays, and Developmental Reading and Writing.
He has taught in higher education for the past ten years. He joined the faculty at Adams State in January 2006.
Mr. Wreford spent 28 years serving in the United States Army, beginning in July 1973, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel in 2001.
He holds an MA in Russian and Eastern European Studies from the University of Michigan. Mr. Wreford published more than 200 columns in the Valley Courier, the newspaper of the San Luis Valley, winning the First Place Award for Humorous Column Writing in 2007 from the Colorado Press Association.
Mr. Wreford has published articles in literary anthologies and the campus newspaper.
- Presidential Teacher Award for 2015-2016
- Excellence in Student Engagement Award for 2013-2014
- Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Teaching Award for 2010-2011
- Outstanding Faculty Member Award from Student Support Services for 2009-2010
- ENG 096: Developmental Reading and Writing
- ENG 101: Communication Arts I
- ENG 102: Communication Arts II