Dr. Elizabeth (Liz) Rexford
Richmond Campus (108)
Ph: (281) 239-1582
Dr. Rexford earned her BA from Franklin and Marshall University and her MA and PhD in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland. She teaches Government 2305 and Government 2306 at multiple campus locations and online.
Richmond Campus ( 240 K)
Ph: (281) 239-1680
Ms. Oglesbee earned her BA and MA degrees from the University of Tulsa. She has additional graduate hours from the University of Alberta and American Public University. She currently teaches Government 2305 and Government 2306 at multiple campuses and online.
Sugar Land Campus (SGL 225)
Ph: (281) 243-8525
In addition to earning a degree from Wharton County Junior College, Mr. Ramirez has a Master of Arts from the University of Houston-Clear Lake, and Master of Arts degrees in American Government and Congressional and Presidential Studies (CAPS) from The Catholic University of America in Washington, D. C. He currently teaches Government 2305 and Government 2306 face-to-face and online.
Richmond Campus (240 J)
Ph: (281) 239-1569
Mr. Schoshinski earned his BA from the University of Texas(Dallas) and his MA from Texas Women’s University. Mr. Schoshinski teaches Government 2305 and Government 2306 at multiple campuses and online.
Wharton Campus (Science 210)
Ph: (979) 532-6349
Mr. Shine earned his BA and MA from Texas State University. He teaches Government 2305 and Government 2306 online and face-to-face.
Part -Time Faculty
Ms. Betancourt earned her BA from California State University (Long Beach) and her
MA from the University of Houston (Clear Lake). She currently serves as the Director
of Distance Education for WCJC and teaches Government 2305 and Government 2306 online.
Mr. Ellison earned a BA from the University of Louisiana and his MA in Political Science
Houston State University. Mr. Ellison teaches GOVT 2305 and GOVT 2306 at the Sugar Land campus.
Ms. Janecek earned her BA from Stephen F. Austin State University and her MA in Political
Science from Sam Houston State University. She teaches Government 2305 and Government
2306 as part of the WCJC dual-credit program at East Bernard High School.