Jay M. Hudkins, Ph.D.
Energy Center Building, Room122
1815 Coliseum Drive
Russellville, AR 72801
Jay Hudkins joined the Arkansas Tech faculty in 2008 as a visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Speech, and in 2009 he accepted a full-time position as an Assistant Professor in the department. Jay received his B.S.E. in English and Speech and his M.A in Speech Communication from Baylor University, and completed his Ph.D. in Rhetoric from Texas A&M University. Jay taught high school speech and debate for six years in San Antonio, and he joins the Tech faculty from Baylor University in Waco, Texas, where he taught for seven years. Jay teaches classes in public speaking, group communication, and interviewing. His published work has appeared in Rhetoric & Public Affairs and he has received awards for his scholarship and teaching. Jay’s primary research interests include the rhetoric of the Supreme Court, presidential rhetoric, and organizational discourse.
Jay enjoys completing crossword puzzles in pen, reading mystery novels, hunting and fishing, and spending quality time with his his son, Jackson.
His office is located in 122 of the Energy Building. He can be contacted at (479) 356-2026 or through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.