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English educator

Ann-Janine Morey, American English educator. Recipient SIUC Woman of Distinction award, 1999, 20th Annual Student Affairs award for service to students, 1999; listed in Contemporary Authors, 1994; named Outstanding Teacher, College Liberal Arts. Member American Academy Religion, Society for Values in Higher Education, American Literature Association, American Religion and Literature Society (president 1997-2001).

Background

Morey, Ann-Janine was born on October 31, 1951 in Atlanta. Daughter of Donald Franklin and Martha Ann (Ballew) Morey.

Education

Bachelor, Grinnell College, 1973;Master of Arts, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1977;Doctor of Philosophy, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1979.

Career

Professor Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 1979-1999, director University Core Curriculum, 1993-1999. Associate dean for cross disciplinary studies James Madison University, since 1999, director the Writing Program, 2002—2004.

Works

Membership

Volunteer Synergy: Crisis Intervention Center, Carbondale, 1984-1986, board directors, 1985-1986. Sustaining member Southern Poverty Law Center, Birmingham, Alabama, since 1986. Member American Academy Religion (panel judge awards for excellence 1989-1991), Modern Language Association, Society for Values in Higher Education, American Studies Association.

Connections

Married Todd Hedinger, July 19, 1986. Children: Lucia Rose Hamilton Morey, Gabriel Todd Morey.

father:
Donald Franklin Morey

mother:
Martha Ann (Ballew) Morey

spouse:
Todd Hedinger

child:
Lucia Rose Hamilton Morey

child:
Gabriel Todd Morey