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Angelique Medvesky (Hobbs), 44 - Pittsburgh, PA
Title: Faulty Vision and Hearing in the Novels of Anne Tyler Author: Angelique Hobbs Medvesky Dissertation Chair: Dr. Ronald Emerick Dissertation Committee Members: Dr. Karen Dandurand Dr. Susan M. Comfort The purpose of this dissertation is to examine the motifs of seeing and hearing in the novels of Anne Tyler. Tyler recurrently exposes her characters’ strengths and weaknesses through his/her ability, or inability, to see and/or hear. All of Tyler’s main characters possess a deficiency that obstructs both his/her view of him/herself and the world that he/she resides in. As each character struggles in the search for self, the search is often obstructed by family history, the structure of the current family, and imposed societal and marriage roles. By using visual and auditory metaphors, Tyler provides each character with various coping mechanisms that prevents him/her from seeing or hearing clearly....
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(Bradenton, Fla., August 23, 2012) — State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF) recognized faculty members who earned promotions and continuing contracts and welcomed new faculty members and SCF Collegiate School instructors at the new academic year Faculty Convocation in August.
SCF faculty members promoted to professor were: Judith Bodenweiser, natural science; Dr. Sheri Chejlyk, social and behavioral sciences; Jane Pfeilsticker, natural science; and Dennielle True, language and literature. Promoted to associate professor were: Theresia Elrod, natural science; Crystal Gambino, natural science; Jeffery Grieneisen, language and literature; Dr. Matthew Keirle, natural science; Dr. Angelique Medvesky, language and literature; Davidson Pierre, mathematics; and Andrew Webster, fine and performing arts. Promoted to assistant professor were: Anastasia Bojanowski, social and behavioral sciences; Daniel Fuerstman, social and behavioral sciences; Matthew Masucci, language and literature; Ena Salter Michael, mathematics; John Paul, social and behavioral sciences; Jennifer Quick, language and literature; and Robyn Wilkes, music.
Continuing contracts were awarded to Anastasia Bojanowski, assistant professor, language and literature; Daniel Fuerstman, assistant professor, social and behavioral sciences; Kim Ghiselin, instructor, mathematics; Adrienne Gould-Choquette, instructor, business and technology; Rosemarie Grebe, nursing, BSN faculty; Dr. Matthew Keirle, associate professor, natural science; Dr. Hyun Kim, assistant professor, fine and performing arts; Debra Marr, nursing, BSN faculty; Matthew Masucci, assistant professor, language and literature; Mary Jane Randolph, nursing, BSN faculty; and Robyn Wilkes, assistant professor, music.
New faculty members include: Elizabeth Bockheim, assistant professor, nursing; Eric Warrick, instructor, natural science; and Dr. Melanie Wright, assistant professor, natural science.