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									                                   Jennifer E. Hudson
                               Success Coach in the University College at
                        Texas A&M University-Commerce ~ Commerce, TX 75429
                       903-468-868 ~ Jennifer_Hudson@tamu-commerce.edu

Education:

   M.S. in History, completion August 2009
   TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-COMMERCE, Commerce, Texas

   B.S. in History with Minor in Political Science, May 2007
   TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY-COMMERCE, Commerce, Texas

Teaching Experience:

   Texas A&M University- Commerce
   Commerce, Texas 75429
   Graduate/ Teaching Assistant, August 2007-May 2009
   Courses Taught:
         HIST 122.003 – US History 1877 to Present
         HIST 122.02E – US History 1887 to Present
     In addition to teaching, met with student’s outside of class hours to discuss progress and
     issues within simulation components of course; grading; class lectures, writing lesson plans,
     quizzes and tests; grading; field student questions, problems and concerns

Conference Presentations:

      “Social Mobility and Perceptions as portrayed in the Casta Painting Cycles of Colonial Mexico.”
       Presented at the 2008 Regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference in Fort Worth, Texas
      “Social Mobility and Perceptions as portrayed in the Casta Painting Cycles of Colonial Mexico.”
       Presented at the 2008 National Historical Association-Pacific Coast Branch Annual Meeting in
       Pasadena, California
      “Landless and Content: A Texas Sharecropper Weathers New Deal Farm Policy” presented at
       the 2008 East Texas Historical Association Annual Meeting in Nacogdoches, Texas.

Achievements/ Professional Associations:

      Member, American Historical Association
      Member, East Texas Historical Association
      Member, Phi Alpha Theta- History Honor Society
      Recipient, Anthony R. Henegar Prize for Merit for a Graduate Student (Spring 2008)
      Recipient, Jewell and Jessie Guy Smith Scholarship (Spring 2009)
      Phi Alpha Theta Regional Paper Prize Winner (April 2008)

								
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