As part of the UWF teaching community since 1999, Tim currently teaches Survey of Dramatic Literature (THE2300), Dramatic Literature II (THE3306), and Script Analysis (TPP3650) in the Theatre Department. With a B.A. in Theatre from California State University (a small college located in western Pennsylvania), with an M.A. in English/Literature from UWF, and with years of academic and community theatre experiences, Tim has acted in dozens of productions (including Indians, Rashomon, A Delicate Balance, Under Milk Wood, Servant of Two Masters, Antigone, The Miracle Worker, The Firebugs, Fiddler on the Roof, The Tortoise and the Hare and others); he designed sets for What the Butler Saw and Oklahoma, and costumes for The Good Woman of Setzuan and A Midsummer Nightâ€™s Dream; and he directed several plays, including Waiting for Godot and one-act plays by Tennessee Williams, Israel Horovitz, and Edward Albee. When not teaching in the UWF Theatre Department, Tim has also kept busy in the past by teaching in the UWF English Department, at Troy University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and Columbia Southern University.