Music Department
Holloway Hall

Christie C. Selway

Christie SelwayChristie Selway is a part-time Instructor of Music History and Music Appreciation at Wor-Wic Community College and will be co-teaching some of the music education courses at Salisbury University.  She started teaching in 1976 and retired from teaching in 2007 after successfully teaching music in the Worcester County Public Schools.   Her education background includes an EDD in Educational Leadership and Innovative Learning from Wilmington University, a Masters of Education from Salisbury State University, and a Bachelors of Music Education from Baldwin Wallace College. She has studied flute with Murray Panitz, William Hebert, and Dr. Douglas Smith.

Christie spent the two years following her retirement traveling and living in Hawaii, Cabo San Lucas, and California. She designed and taught a music education program for infants through kindergarten at the Center for Children and Families on the California State University San Marcus campus in 2008-2009. Returning to the Eastern Shore in 2009, she continued performing on the flute in small instrumental and choral ensembles. Selway also designed and taught four Wor-Wic College community classes in Music History and Music Appreciation during the 2010-2011 academic year. She has just finished teaching middle school and lower school chorus at Salisbury School.

For the past three summers, 2009-2011, Christie has been the Camp Director for Camp Horizon, a seven week day camp sponsored by the Town of Ocean City. This position involved working with approximately 70-100 campers, ages five through twelve and supervising a staff of young adult counselors ranging in ages from 18 through 24.