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- Applied Visual Arts/Printmaking, Oregon State University
- Physical Anthropology/Archaeology, Oregon State University
Heather Dudock is the multimedia specialist for the University of Hawai‘i Sea Grant College Program (Hawai'i Sea Grant). Her responsibilities include managing various graphic design and multimedia projects including Ka Pili Kai, UH Sea Grant’s quarterly magazine.
Dudock creates the design and layout of Hawai'i Sea Grant publications and products and assists with the publication of a wide range of materials, including web-based and electronic media. She is also responsible for researching, writing, and/or editing various articles and documents for publication by Hawai'i Sea Grant.
Prior to joining Hawai'i Sea Grant, Dudock worked for several years in California’s bay area as an archaeologist and archaeological illustrator. Upon returning home to Honolulu, she pursued her career as an artist/illustrator and began working with marine mammals and sea birds at Sea Life Park.
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