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Dudley GardnerDudley Gardner
Professor of History/Political Science
Office: 1226

Ph.D. degree in History, University of New Mexico, May 2000. M.A. degree in History, Colorado State University, August 1980
B.A. degree in English , Cum Laude, Lee College, Cleveland, Tennessee, May 1977.

1983-present Professor, Western Wyoming Community College (WWCC). Primary courses: Historical Archaeological Field Methods, North American Indian History, American History, U.S. West, Wyoming History, Chinese Civilization, History of Civilization, Western Civilization, Sociology, and Government.
1998 Guided Independent Study Course Consultant, Regis University.
1992-1993 Graduate Assistant, History Department, University of New Mexico.
1991-1992 Adjunct Faculty, University of Wyoming, Rock Springs Outreach Center, Department of History.
1990-1991 Visiting Lecturer, Lee University, Cleveland, Tennessee.
1987 Visiting Instructor, Colorado Northwestern Community College, Summer.
1986 Visiting Professor, Henan University, Kaifeng, Henan Province, Peoples Republic of China.
1979-1981 Instructor, Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC). Primary Courses: Colorado History, American History (Colonial Period through Twentieth Century), Western Civilization, Oral History, North American Indian History, and Introduction to Field Archaeology.

View Dr. Gardner's Vita here

Dr. Dudley Gardner’s specific web pages provide a great deal of detailed and interesting information about WWCC’s Social Science programs.  His pages can be accessed at


Jessica Clark
Assistant Professor of History/Political Science
Office: 1222


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