A teacher and consultant on Math/Science Integrated Curricula, Vic Selby developed the powerful "Ascent of Man - Algebra 11" course during his 30-year career at Carmel High School in California. That work, along with creating an enriched Geometry/Science interdisciplinary course, led to his consulting on the D.O.E. project "Intelligent Tutor to Advance Integrated Mathematics Curricula in Middle and Secondary Schools."
As an advocate for meaningful education for all students, Selby co-directed the Opportunity School for at risk ninth graders, and as a founder of Students Making A Right Tomorrow (S.M.A.R.T.) taught environmental ethics. Selby is a graduate of Boulder High School and received his BS degree in Engineering Physics from the University of Colorado. He holds an MA in Psychology from Antioch University. He has been honored as the youngest nominee for the Allen Griffin Excellence in Teaching Award, and in 1996 was named to Who's Who Among American Teachers.