Wong earned a Ph.D. in English from Stony Brook University, SUNY, where he specialized in the 16th-Century, 17th-Century and Modern Drama. He also received an M.A. in English from Stony Brook University, SUNY and earned a B.A. in English from Brooklyn College, CUNY.
Essays Wong has published on topics such as assessment, pedagogy and popular culture include the following: Assessment. Assessment Update 20:6 (November/December 2008) 1-2, 15-16; Maricopa.Edu, Accent on Student Success: Engaged Together in Service (ASSETS). June2007. Community College National Center for Community Engagement; A New Approach to the Research Assignment in College Composition. Community Review 8 (1988): 39-44; The Interpretation of Literary Texts and Critical Thinking. Critical Thinking as an Educational Ideal. Montclair State College Institute for Critical Thinking: Upper Montclair, New Jersey,1993; Of Herculean Bondage: The Literary Tradition of the James Bond Films. Esprit 4 (1989): 137-145; and The Dark Knight on Film: The Demi-God Returns. Community Review 12 (1991/92): 57-63).
Areas of Expertise: Academic Program and Curriculum Development, Articulation Agreements, Academic Advisement, Pedagogy, The Renaissance, The Restoration, Drama, Popular Culture.