Jarrod Tudor Named 2013-2014 Provost's FellowPosted Aug. 5, 2013
Jarrod Tudor, Ph.D., will join the Office of the Provost this August to serve as the 2013-2014 Provost's Fellow.
The provost's fellowship provides faculty members who have an interest in academic administration the chance to develop knowledge, skills and experience as an administrator, to increase understanding of practices and procedures in academic administration, to extend and strengthen the administrative resources of the university, to assist in the development and implementation of projects in key areas and to provide ongoing faculty involvement and input into the activities of the Provost's Office.
Tudor has been teaching courses at Kent State University in the departments of Paralegal Studies, Higher Education Administration, Justice Studies, Political Science, Finance, History and Journalism for 17 years. He currently serves as the director of paralegal studies. Tudor has taught classes on the Stark, Salem, Tuscarawas and Kent campuses.
Tudor has been a member of the Faculty Senate and served on the executive committee for three years, and served several years as grievance chair of the full-time, non-tenure track chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP-KSU).