Truman Hudson, Jr., Ed.D.

LEO Lecturer I, Multiculturalism
Truman Hudson, Jr.
College of Education, Health, and Human Services

Teaching Areas:

Education (Doctorate), M.A in Community Based Education

Research Areas:

Community Based Education, Community Based Research, Curriculum Development, Diversity and Inclusion, Ecojustice Education, Inequality/Disparity, Multicultural Education, Urban Education

Biography and Education

Dr. Truman Hudson, Jr. is social economist who builds human, social, political, and economic capital in communities. Hudson has 29 years of experience in developing, implementing, researching and evaluating educational and community economic development projects. Dr. Hudson's efforts have produced over $968 million in resources for various projects. Hudson has served CEHHS as the Director of Industry and Community Partnerships for the Center for Disparity Equity and Solutions and as a Lecturer I of Multiculturalism. As a Lecturer, whose pedagogical practice is rooted in academic service learning, learning communities, and critical race theories, Hudson is interested in exploring students' voices and perspectives in school reform efforts; equity and inclusion in k-20; and the human capital argument specific to traditionally underrepresented communities.


Ed.D. in Metropolitan Education

M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies

B.A. in Economics