Deb Dudick is a Professor at Corning Community College, and currently serves as Department Chair of Engineering Science and Physics. She has been a faculty member since 1988. Prior to that, she worked at North American Philips Corporation and Corning, Incorporated.
Deb has taught in various programs including Engineering Science, Mechanical CAD Design Technology, Manufacturing Technology, and Fine Art. Her current teaching includes coursework in Art (Drawing, Printmaking), Engineering (Engineering Mechanics - Statics, Mechanics of Materials, Dynamics, Orientation), and Technology (Technical Mechanics, Strength of Materials).
Deb has studied Art, Architecture, and Engineering at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and the State University of New York at Oneonta, in addition to holding degrees from Corning Community College, Clarkson University, and Binghamton University. Her art has been exhibited regionally and internationally.
Her hobbies include cross country skiing, ice boating, sailing, cycling, caving, hiking, and traveling.
- MS in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Binghamton University-Watson School of Engineering
- BS in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering from Clarkson University
- AS Engineering Science from Corning Community College