Dr. Sharon Voss has been teaching for 43 years and holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Portland State University in Portland, Oregon (USA).
Dr. Voss has published widely in her field, including dissertations and journal articles such as
Cross-cultural Adaptability Factors of Chinese and Japanese Graduate Students in Oregon’s State Universities. Voss, S. (1999) Ann Arbor, MI: UMI; and Northwest Sisters of Success: Strategies for Students in U.S. American Graduate Programs. The International Women’s Quarterly and (George, M., Kurogi, A, LaGuardia, A, MacIlveen, P. and Voss, S., 1987).
“I love the students at Concordia and their commitment to ongoing learning!”, Dr Voss said of her work at Concordia.
Prior to joining Concordia in July 2015, Dr. Voss taught at Concordia University Portland, Concordia University Irvine, Hong Kong International School, Hong Kong University, and Shanghai American School.
Throughout her career, Dr. Voss has presented at numerous academic conferences on such topics as “English as an Additional Language Program Features at Concordia International School Hanoi and Beyond” and “English as an Additional Language Strategies in Listening and Notetaking”.
Dr. Voss is a recipient of the J.W. Fulbright Junior Lecturer Award with Zapodoceska Universita, (The University of West Bohemia) in Pilzen, The Czech Republic.
Dr. Voss also served with the U.S. Peace Corps in Jamaica, West Indies from 1978-80. Dr. Voss’s hobbies include reading, language study, Pilates Mat 1 Training, cooking, swimming and biking.