The College of Education is proud to welcome two faculty back-to-campus with new titles. Dr. Traci Tuttle Hudson and Dr. Aaron Huffman both completed their terminal degrees at West Virginia University in the past several months.
Dr. Tuttle- Hudson graduated from West Virginia University with a doctorate in special education; her minor area was in curriculum and instruction.
Dr. Tuttle-Hudson is an associate professor in special education in the department of Professional Education. She teaches advanced method coursework in the areas of learning disabilities, mental impairments, and behavior disorders. She is also the Assessment Coordinator for the College of Education.
Dr. Aaron Huffman graduated from West Virginia University with his doctorate in higher education administration; his minor area was higher education technology with an emphasis in physical education/health education.
Dr. Huffman is an assistant professor for Physical Education and Sports Studies in the Department of Health and Human Performances. He is also the departmental website coordinator and an assistant coach for the Men’s Basketball Program.