Thursday, May 5, 2011
Prof. Jack Dudley is retiring after serving almost a half century as professor of geosciences at William Woods University in Fulton.
In the 47 years he has been employed at WWU, Dudley has taught a wide variety of other subjects in addition to geosciences.
“For Jack, William Woods is more than a place to work, it is home,” said Dr. Jahnae H. Barnett, WWU president. “He truly cares about the university and, more importantly, he cares about the students here at William Woods. He has been an inspiration to countless people.”
“Teaching is a way not only to expand student horizons,” Dudley said, “but to expand your own. I never get old working with students.”
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