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Michael Richard Hudson
|Site(s)||Cuttington College, Gboveh|
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|Michael Hudson started in Liberia 1974|
|Education in Liberia:|
|Jeff Blyth, Gregory Cross, Janice Flahiff, Jim Gray, Philip Hernick, Michael Hudson, Barry Kitnick, Richard and mary pat kraemer, Allen McGahee, Kevin C Moriarty … further results|
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|Jeff Blyth, Gregory Cross, June Cross, Susan Davey, Diane Fahey, Janice Flahiff, Jim Gray, James Henrietta, Philip Hernick, James Hoffman (Liberia), Michael Hudson, Barry Kitnick, Richard and mary pat kraemer, Robert Long, Christopher Luecke … further results|
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Description of Service
Trained in Phily and then in Monrovia. Initially worked as a bio and chem teacher at Gboveh high school and then moved to Cuttington College where I was in the Bio section of the Science Department.
Great experience, great memories, great friends. Gives me pause weekly to relive my African experience. Has affected me politically, personally, and professionally.
About Michael Hudson Today
Returned to the US and completed my masters and then worked on a doctorate in teaching biology to continue my PC experience. Took a side trip to medical school but always taught. Spend 16 years as a family physician in my old neighborhood in Portland, Oregon. Considered returning to Africa, but moved to a small rural island in BC, Canada for another great international experience. Now involved in teaching med students and starting up residency training programs in Corvallis, Oregon.
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