Huber, Richard Miller
HUBER, Richard Miller
HUBER, Richard Miller. American, b. 1922. Genres: Intellectual history, Biography, Education, Race relations. Career: President, Huber Assocs., Washington, D.C., 1985-; faculty, dept. of history, 1946-47; Princeton University, New Jersey, depts. of history, politics, English, and American civilization program, 1950-54; trustee, Historical Society of Princeton, 1955; assistant secretary, Society of American Historians, 1956-58; president, Princeton Manor Construction Co., 1958-62; co-ed., New Jersey Historical Series, 1963-67; producer and moderator, WHWH public affairs radio prog., Princeton, New Jersey, 1965-67; moderator, channel 13 television, NYC, 1967-68; Oral History Project, Princeton, New Jersey, 1969-71; dean, School of General Studies, 1971-77, and executive director, Division of Continuing Education, Hunter College, City University of New York, 1977-82; assistant director for TV and radio, 1983-84, and special assistant to the chairman, 1984-85, National Endowment for the Humanities; president, Productions-in-Progress, Inc., 1986-89; consultant on American Studies to the U.S. State Department, 1989-. Publications: Big All the Way Through: The Life of Van Santvoord Merle-Smith, 1952; (ed. with W.J. Lane) The New Jersey Historical Series, 31 vols., 1964-65; The American Idea of Success, 1971, 1987; How Professors Play the Cat Guarding the Cream: Why We're Paying More and Getting Less in Higher Education, 1992. Address: 2950 Van Ness St. N. W., No. 926, Washington, DC 20008-1120, U.S.A.