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Jane Rhoades Hudak, American art educator. Fellow American Council on Education, 2003-2004. Member International Society for Education Through Art (archivist), National Art Education Association, United States Society Education Through Art (archivist), Georgia Art Education Association (executive board directors).

Background

Hudak, Jane Rhoades was born on January 31, 1954 in Chillicothe, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Roy E. and Marilyn J. Rhoades.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Capital University, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, Ohio State University, 1987.

Career

Instructor Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, 1985-1986. Assistant professor Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia, 1986-1989. Associate professor Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, 1989-1996, professor art, since 1996, dean College Liberal Arts & Social Sciences, 2004—2007.

Provost, vice president academic affairs Governor State University, University Park, Illinois. Teacher semester at sea program University Pittsburgh, 1993, 97. Co-founder ArtReach Foundation, Inc., 1999.

Presenter in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Exploring Art-TWE, 1992, Understanding Art-TWE, 1992, Art Connections K-6 Series, 1998, second edition 2004. Curator Threads of Tradition: Textiles from Around the World, Georgia Southern Museum, 1999. Exhibited in numerous shows, including Georgia Southern University Faculty Exhibition, 1999.

Membership

Member International Society for Education Through Art (archivist), National Art Education Association, United States Society Education Through Art (archivist), Georgia Art Education Association (executive board directors).

Connections

Married Peter Hudak, December 26, 1993.

father:
Roy E.

mother:
Marilyn J. Rhoades

spouse:
Peter Hudak