M.A., Labor and Employment Relations, Rutgers University
B.A., History and Labor Studies, Rutgers University
Women’s economic rights, social justice, collective bargaining, women’s advancement in work and education, and access to higher education.
Lauren Dudzak has been an employee of the University since she began her academic career as an undergraduate, working in numerous student-service departments and offices including Residence Life, the Rutgers Learning Centers, and Academic Services. Currently, she is the Academic Advisor for juniors and transfer students at the Rutgers Business School—New Brunswick, undergraduate program. Her belief in equitable rights for workers finds practical application through her work with the Union of Rutgers Administrators (URA-AFT), as a steward for the Livingston Campus and member of the local’s Health and Safety Committee. She also is an active member of the Coalition of Labor Union Women (Greater New Jersey Chapter). Lauren is also a self-proclaimed coffee connoisseur, fair trade product supporter, craft beer enthusiast, and adores her cat, Sawyer.