Mr. Hudson recently retired after more than 30 years of teaching students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. He has worked in a variety of educational settings including; center based programs for special needs students, a center school for the deaf and a public school district’s hearing support program. For most of his career in education, he was a teacher serving students who were Deaf and Hard of Hearing in contained classrooms and as an itinerant service provider. He was also a program supervisor. He retired as the lead teacher for the D/HH program for the School District of Philadelphia.
Mr. Hudson served on Pennsylvania’s Educational Resources for Children with Hearing Loss (ERCHL). He was past president of the Pennsylvania Educators of Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (PESDHH). He holds a bachelor’s degree from Canisius College and received his Master’s in Deaf Education from Western Maryland College. He holds a Supervisor of Special Education certificate from Temple University. He also received a certificate in Coastal Navigation from the Coast Guard.
“I am excited about this new certification program at Saint Joseph’s University. Our profession needs motivated and competent teachers who will be able to meet the diverse needs of the students in our care. I am looking forward to getting to know the members of our cohort.”