Bachelor, Panteios School Political Science, Athens, 1974. Master of Arts, California State University, Fullerton, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, Kansas University, 1981.
Instructor, Bunker Hill Community College, Boston, 1983-1984; instructor, Daniel Webster College, Nashua, N.H., 1983-1988; assistant professor, Rivier College, Nashua, since 1988; director history and political science, Rivier College, Nashua, since 1991. Author: The Role of the United Nations in Cyprus from 1964-1979, 1991.
Coach Merrimack (New Hampshire) Youth Association, 1989-1990. Active Earth Day committee Rivier College, 1990, minority recruitment task force, 1990, chair bicentennial committee, since 1988. Advisor state/local political campaigns.
With Greek Navy, 1981-1982. Member American Political Science Association, Dodecanese Society, New England History Association, New England Political Science Association, Pi Sigma Alpha.
Married Penelope Thornton, June 6, 1975. Children: Stergos Kaloudis, Naomi Kaloudis.