Born to Maxim John Dudzinski and Sophie (Wisniewski) Dudzinski in Erie, PA.
Earns a Bachelor of Science from Villa Maria College (now part of Gannon University) in Erie, PA.
Works as a laboratory assistant at Fordham University through 1972.
Earns a Master of Science from Fordham University.
Becomes a teaching fellow at Fordham University through 1974.
Is an instructor at Ladycliff College until 1971; at Pace University until 1973; and at Manhattan College in Bronx, NY, through 1975.
Earns a Doctor of Philosophy from Fordham University.
Teaches as an assistant professor of biology at Manhattan College in Bronx, NY, through 1978.
Is a National Science Foundation grantee through 1980.
Teaches as an associate professor at the College of Santa Fe through 1981 and becomes a full professor at the institution through 1986.
Serves as an environmental consultant for Environmental-Medical Laboratories in Ruston, LA, through 1980.
Serves as the chairperson of the department of science and mathematics at the College of Santa Fe through 1985.
Receives the American Society of Science Educators Fellowship at NASA Ames Research Center over the summers through 1984.
Receives the Distinguished Alumni Award from Villa Maria College in Career Achievement.
Teaches as a professor of biology at Mercyhurst College.
Teaches as a professor of biology at Washington State Community College through 2012.
Receives the 50 Year Award from Gannon University.
Is a member of the American Institute Biological Science and the Association for the Advancement of Science and other organizations.