Jane Hudak, Ph. D.

  Full Professor
  708-534-4983 ext. 4983
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Family Development Center, Room 107

 


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  College: CAS
  Art
  

 

 

Dr. Hudak is a student-centered professor that enjoys encouraging students to have transformational learning experiences in a variety classroom formats--face-to-face, on-line, or through travel/study abroad classes. She received her Ph.D. in Art Education from The Ohio State University.  A portion of her undergraduate training was undertaken at the University of London.  She holds a B.F.A. in Art Therapy. Hudak is a full professor of Art and her passions are specifically in the fields of international higher education leadership, international arts education, and social entrepreneurialship. She finds it amazing to be able to nurture wonder and creativity for a living. Hudak has circumnavigated the world twice teaching art with the Semester-At-Sea program. In addition, she has led numerous study/travel programs for students and cultural exchanges for distinguished faculty around the globe. Hudak has been to over 100 countries and it is her greatest joy to travel with students.

 

In higher education, she has held positions as an Art Department Chair, Dean, and Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs.  In addition, she has owned her own business and worked as a corporate executive. As an active artist, she has exhibited her work in numerous galleries and museums. Her work is held in many private collections and she has curated over ten exhibitions. In addition to curatorial work, Hudak has given over 25 international presentations and 60 national and state presentations. Her publication record includes 15 articles and many abstracts and book reviews. Her past editorial activities include editorial board member for the United States Society for Education through Arts' Journal of Cultural Studies in Art Education; evaluator for Scholastic Art; and editorial consultant for CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries.  Her most important contribution to American art education has been her co-authored works by publisher McGraw-Hill, Art Connections K-6 Series, the best-selling elementary art textbook series in the United States and Canada. It is now in its second edition. She also has written two other books, Understanding Art: Teacher's Edition and Exploring Art: Teacher's Edition. Her present research interests are in four areas: Integration of the arts; how professionals can help children build resiliency through the arts; international higher education leadership; and the folk arts of central Europe.  Her greatest joy is making art.

 

She presently serves voluntarily as the Secretary of the Executive Board of Women at Risk, International. A non-profit organization that assists sex trafficked survivors in 40 countries. Her students are actively involved with her research related to this community service outreach.

 

 

 

Books

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004).  Art Connections Student Book:  Level K.  Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004). Art Connections Student Book:  Level 1.  Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004).  Art Connections Student Book:  Level 2.  Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004).  Art Connections Student Book:  Level 3.  Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004).  Art Connections Student Book:  Level 4.  Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004).  Art Connections Student Book:  Level 5.  Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004).  Art Connections Student Book:  Level 6. Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004). Art Connections Teacher’s Guide:  Level K.  Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004).  Art Connections Teacher’s Guide:  Level 1.  Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004)).  Art Connections Teacher’s Guide:  Level 2.  Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004).  Art Connections Teachers Guide:  Level 3.  Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004).  Art Connections Teachers Guide:  Level 4.  Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Editon, 2004).  Art Connections Teacher’s Guide:  Level 5.  Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004).  Art Connections Teacher’s Guide:  Level 6. Columbus, Ohio. SRA/McGraw Hill.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades; Ragans, Rosalind; et al. (1998, Second Edition, 2004).  Art Connections Ancillary Components K 6.  Columbus, Ohio, SRA/McGraw Hill.  This includes over 85 supplementary ancillary components.  (e.g. Overhead Transparency Study Prints, Artist Profile Books, Large Fine Art Prints, The National Museum of Women in the Arts Collection, World Art Collection, Assessment Books, Vocabulary Books, Student Portfolios, Art Manipulative Kits, Art Across the Curriculum Books, Technique Tips Flip Charts, ARTSOURCE Performing Arts Audio/Video Resource Package, Literature and Art Video Collection, E-Presentation, etc.).

·Rhoades, Jane, and Ragans, Rosalind (1992; Second Edition, 1999).  Exploring Art:  Teacher’s Wraparound Edition: Mission Hills, California:  Glenco/McGraw Hill.

·Rhoades, Jane, and Ragans, Rosalind (1992; Second Edition, 1999).  Understanding Art:  Teacher’s Wraparound Edition:  Mission Hills, California:  Glenco/McGraw Hill.

 

Chapters/Articles

·Battles, Denise A. and Hudak, Jane Rhoades (2005).  “An Interdisciplinary Approach to Art and Science:  A College Course on Art and Geology,” Interdisciplinary Art Education: Building Bridges to Connect Disciplines and Cultures, Mary Stokrocki, M., Ed., National Art Education Association, Reston, Virginia, Chapter 7, pp. 77-89.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades. (2005).  African Art: Diversity in Form, “ Forward,” Curator Onyile Onyile, Exhibition Catalogue, January 17- March 27, Georgia Southern University Museum, GSU January, Statesboro, Georgia.

·Battles, Denise A. and Hudak, Jane Rhoades. (2005). "Exploring the Interrelationships of Art and Geology through a Course Module on European Ice Age Cave Art," Journal of Geoscience Education, Vol. 53, No.2, March, pp.176-183.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades (1994). "Story Quilts of Harriet Powers," Professional Magazine for Teachers:  Teaching Pre K-8, Norwalk, CT., February, Vol. 24, No. 4.

·Rhoades, Jane (1993). "Art of Ancient Egypt," Professional Magazine for Teachers:  Teaching Pre K-8, Norwalk, CT., February, Vol. 24, No. 3.

·Rhoades, Jane (1993). "Art to Preserve the Rain Forests," Professional Magazine for Teachers:  Teaching Pre K-8, Norwalk, CT., February, Vol. 24, No. 2.

·Rhoades, Jane (1993). "Art of Ancient Egypt," Professional Magazine for Teachers:  Teaching Pre K-8, Norwalk, CT., August/September, Vol. 24, No. 1.

·Rhoades, Jane (1993). "Drawing with Scissors and Paper," Professional Magazine for Teachers: Teaching Pre K-8, Norwalk, CT., May, Vol. 23, No. 8.

·Rhoades, Jane (1993). "Quilt Making," Professional Magazine for Teachers:  Teaching Pre K-8, Norwalk, CT., April, Vol. 23, No. 5.

·Rhoades, Jane (1993). "Exploring Architecture," Professional Magazine for Teachers:  Teaching Pre K-8, Norwalk, CT., March, Vol. 23, No. 4.

·Rhoades, Jane (1993). "Learning About Leonardo," Professional Magazine for Teachers: Teaching Pre K-8, Norwalk, CT., January/February, Vol. 23, No. 3.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades (1992). "Visiting Monet’s Garden,” Professional Magazine for Teachers:  Teaching Pre-K-8, Norwalk, CT., November/December, Vol. 23, No. 3.

·Rhoades, Jane (1986). "An Historical Overview of the International Society for Education through Art," Working Papers in Art Education, Iowa City:  University of Iowa Press.

·Rhoades, Jane (1986). “Initial Findings of the International Society for Education through Art,” History of Art Education Conference Proceedings, Penn State University, State College, PA:  Penn State University Press, pp. 334-338.

·Rhoades, Jane (1985). "Exploring Cultural Contexts,” Connections Exhibition Catalogue, Columbus, Ohio:  Ohio State University.

·Rhoades, Jane (1982). "Janet Taylor Pickett:  Painting and Drawing," Dialogue, Columbus, Ohio, November/December.

Published Abstracts

·Battles, Denise A., Hudak, Jane Rhoades (2007). “Supporting Student Learning of Geoscience Concepts through Non-Traditional Means: A Prototypical Textbook on Art and Geology.” Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol.39, No.8, p.551.

·Battles, Denise A., Hudak, Jane Rhoades, and Zinske, Cordelia D. (2006). “Development of Innovative Instructional Materials for a Prototypal Art and Geology Textbook.” Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 38, No. 7, p.218. 

·Battles, D.A., and Hudak, J.R., 2005, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of Educational Materials for an Introductory-Level Art and Geology Course: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 37, p. 85.

·Battles, Denise A. and Hudak, Jane Rhoades (2004).  “Exploring the Interdisciplinary Connections of Geology and Art through Jewelry, Gems, and Metalsmithing.” Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 36, No. 6, p. 220.

·Battles, Denise A. and Hudak, Jane Rhoades (2004).  “Educational Materials Development for a General Education Course on Art and Geology:  Invention and Impact:  Building Excellence in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education,” Conference of the National Science Foundation’s Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI) Program, April 16-18, 2004, Crystal City, Virginia, p.45.

·Battles, Denise A. and Hudak, Jane Rhoades, (2003).  “An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching Introductory Geology:  A Course on Art and Geology.”  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Program, Vol. 35, p. 155.

·Battles, Denise A. and Hudak, Jane Rhoades, (2002).  “Exploring the Interdisciplinary Connections of Geology and Art:  A Course Module on European Ice Age Cave Art,” Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 34, p. 199.

Editorial Activities

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades (2002-05).  Editorial Board Member, Journal of Cultural Studies in Art Education, Bloomington, Indiana.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades (1993-04). Contributing Editor, United States Society for Education through Art (USSEA) Newsletter, Carmichael, California.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades (1996-97). Evaluator, Scholastic Art, New York, New York.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades (1996). Editorial Consultant, Sixth Grade Art Student Book and Teacher Edition, Gencoe/McGraw Hill, Mission Hills, California, October/November.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades (1995-02). Editorial Board Member, Journal of Multi-Cultural and Cross Cultural Research in Art Education, Bloomington, Indiana.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades (1995-05). Reviewer, CHOICE:  Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, Middletown, CT.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades (1995-99). Editorial Board Member/Contributor, INSEA NEWS, (Published in three languages).

Book Reviews

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades (2001). Partnership in Creative Activities Among Schools, Artists, and Professional Organizations Promoting Arts Education. Samuel Mitchell, E. Mellen, (2000). CHOICE:  Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, Middletown, CT., October, Vol. 39, No. 2.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades (2000). The Arts Equation:  Forging a Vital Link between Performing Artists and Educators, Bruce D. Taylor, Back Stage Books:  New York, New York. CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, Middletown, CT., January, Vol. 37, No. 8, Social and Behavioral Sciences.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades (1999). Design as a Catalyst for Learning, Meredith Davis et. al., Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1998. CHOICE:  Current Review for Academic Libraries, Middletown, CT., February, Vol. 36, No. 6, Social and Behavioral Sciences.

·Hudak, Jane Rhoades (1995). The Golden Goose King:  A Tale Told by the Buddha, Judith Ernst. Parvardigar Press:  Chapel Hill, NC.

·Rhoades, Jane (1992). International Handbook of Educational Reform, Edited by Peter Cookson, Alan Sadounik and Susan Semel, 1992.  CHOICE:  Current Review for Academic Libraries, Middletown, CT, October, Vol. 30.

·Rhoades, Jane (1992). Educational and Cultural Differences:  New Perspectives. Edited by Douglas Ray and Doe H. Poohwassie:  CHOICE:  Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, Middletown, CT, October, Vol. 30, No. 2.

Exhibitions

·Common Ground, Diverse Approaches: Works on Paper, Tall Grass Galllery, Park Forest, Illinois, April 24 - June 27, 2010.

·Regional Art Faculty Invitational 2009, Visual Arts Gallery, Governors State University, University Park, Illinois, September 7-28, 2009.

·Georgia Southern University Faculty Exhibition, Gallery 303, Statesboro, Georgia, September 1999.

·Georgia Southern University Faculty Exhibition, Gallery 303, Statesboro, Georgia, October, 1996.

·Georgia Southern University Faculty Exhibition, Gallery 303, Statesboro, Georgia, October 1995.

·Georgia Southern University Faculty Exhibition, Gallery 303, Statesboro, Georgia, October 1994.

·Georgia Southern University Faculty Exhibition, Gallery 303, Statesboro, Georgia, October 1993.

·Georgia Southern University Faculty Exhibition, Gallery 303, Statesboro, Georgia, October 1992.

·Georgia Southern University Faculty Exhibition, Gallery 303, Statesboro, Georgia, October 1991.

·Juried Chillicothe Alumni Exhibition, Pump House Gallery, Chillicothe, Ohio, July 1991.

·Georgia Southern University Faculty Exhibition, Gallery 303, Statesboro, Georgia, October 1990.

·Georgia Southern University Faculty Exhibition, Gallery 303, Statesboro, Georgia, October 1989. 

·Georgia Southern University Group Exhibition, Fort Stewart School System, Hinesville, Georgia, November 1989.

·Georgia Southern University Group Exhibition, Allied Arts Assocation, Milledgeville, Georgia, December 1989.

·Juried College and University Art Faculty Exhibition, Ashland 120 Gallery, Ashland, Kentucky, August 1988.

·Marshall University Faculty Exhibition, Cultural Arts Center, Charleston, West Virginia, January 1987.

·Juried Group Exhibition, Hopkins Gallery, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, May 1985.

 

Exhibition Curator

·Dragons! Georgia Southern University Museum, Statesboro, Georgia, August 15-September 25, 2002.

·Threads of Tradition:  Textiles from Around the World, Georgia Southern University Museum, Statesboro, Georgia, April 5 27, 1999.

·Robert King:  Paintings, The Ohio State University, Hoyt L. Sherman Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, September 19 October 9, 1983.

·Roy Lichtenstein:  Brushstrokes and Other Works, The Ohio State University, Hoyt L. Sherman Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, July 27 August 26, 1983.

·All’s Fair:  Love and War in New Feminist Art, (In conjunction with Lucy Lippard), The Ohio State University, Hoyt L. Sherman Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, June 22 July 18, 1983.

·From the Beginning:  An Exhibition of OSU Architecture Alumni Work, The Ohio State University, Hoyt L. Sherman Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, May 15 17, 1983.

·Earthworks:  Land Reclamation as Sculpture, The Ohio State University, Sullivan Hall Corridor Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, April 15 June 17, 1983.

·Tracking, Tracing, Marking, Pacing, The Ohio State University, Gallery of Fine Art, Columbus, Ohio, January 15-February 18, 1983.

·Ohio High School Student Art Invitational, The Ohio State University, Hopkins Hall, Columbus, Ohio, November 1-19, 1982.

Janet Taylor Pickett:  Paintings and Drawings, The Ohio State University, Hopkins Hall Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, November 29-December 17, 1982.