Dr. Tamara Fudge
Dr. Fudge taught two dozen different courses in voice and foreign language diction, choral music, song literature, opera, theory, and composition at colleges and universities in Virginia, Wisconsin, Kansas, and Illinois before a brief stint working in the financial industry. In 2002, Dr. Fudge returned to the academic life at the University's Davenport campus, teaching critical thinking, effective writing, interpersonal communication, diversity and culture, software applications, and other courses before moving to the online School of Business and Information Technology. She is a Microsoft Office Specialist Master in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access andconcentrates her teaching now in various aspects of web development, human-computer interaction, and IT consulting skills. Over the span of her career, she has served as author, co-author, researcher, and/or editor for several different writing projects.
Dr. Fudge received an Outstanding Full-Time Faculty Award in 2009 and is a two-time Innovations Lab Fellow (through the Center for Teaching and Learning) at Purdue Global. She has had her own music compositions played on public radio in Atlanta, GA, and Rock Island, IL, at a Kansas state choral convention, and several universities and colleges.
- Doctor of Music, Florida State University
- Master of Science in Information Technology, Purdue Global
- Master of Music, Pedagogy, Indiana University
- Master of Music, Performance, Indiana University
- Bachelor of Music, Indiana University
- Web Development Certificate, Black Hawk College
- Quad-City Times, Davenport, IA, correspondent (334 published articles)
- Fort Hays State University, KS, and University of Wisconsin–River Falls, full-time faculty
- Various major insurance/investment companies, Agent and Registered Representative