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Jean Hudson

Published March 10, 2015

Jean Hudson
Assistant Chair
Instructional Specialist III
1019 WJB
Department of Art History

Curriculum Vitae


Jean Hudson joined the Department of Art History as Curator of the Media Center in 1996; she was appointed Assistant Chair in 2023. Hudson supports and implements department procedures and decisions and fosters communication among faculty, staff, and students. She is also responsible for the digital media and technology resources that support Art History instruction. In addition to overseeing the development and management of databases and digital delivery systems for image and text files, she administers research collections held in the department and college, including the Art and Design Library in the William Johnston Building. She trains and supervises graduate assistant staff, manages technology support, and prepares promotional materials and websites. Hudson served as member and chair of the College of Fine Arts WJB Gallery committee from 2012 to 2021. She has also served on the FSU Faculty Senate Technology Committee and is currently serving (2021–24) on the University Curriculum Committee.


  • MA Art History, FSU (1993)
  • BS Interior Design, FSU (1986)

 Selected Grants & Awards

  • FSU Center for the Advancement of Teaching Innovation in Teaching Award nominee, 2020.
  • Technology Fee Award, Art History/Art Ed computer lab upgrades, 2017 ($42,450).
  • Technology Fee Award, WJB Gallery upgrades, 2016 ($5,695).
  • Technology Fee Award, seminar room upgrades, 2015 ($1,460).
  • University Teaching Award nominations, 2014-15 and 2015–16.
  • Technology Fee Award, seminar room upgrades, 2013 ($15,400).
  • Technology Fee Award, WJB lab software, 2011 ($8,500).
  •  “Digitizing Art History,” Council for Instruction Award, 2002 ($12,410). Co-PI with Adam Jolles and Susan Lee, FSU Art History.
  • “Visualizing Asia: East and West,” Council for Instruction Award, 2001 ($15,393). Co-PI with Brenda Jordan, FSU Art History, and Daniel Pullen, FSU Classics.