Profiles

Joan Huber

Class of 1949
Major/Minor: Major in Biology with Minors in Botany and Psychology

WC opened wider experiences in all fields of interest and then on beyond my own speciality. One finds out how wide the world is.

How has your liberal arts education influenced you? How do you apply your LAE in your current career?

Opened wider experiences in all fields of interest, and then on beyond my own speciality. One finds out how wide the world is, In my opinion. 

In hindsight, should have studied more chemistry and business practices.  Back then, there was no electronic technology, that has improved and consolidated much of my administration needs.

Who was your favorite faculty member? 

Dr. Nash, Dr. Livingood and Ms. Amanda Bradley; Shakespeare scholar.  All names perhaps few remember, but had great influence on my choices as undergraduate.

What is your favorite Washington College memory?

The atmosphere was a safe, pleasant studious place for me, being very young at time, to grow up while getting a great start in life, and not be overwhelmed with more sophisticated distractions. ( There were so few then, no Bay Bridge to flee over at a moments notice.) One had to plan, few had cars, and beer at the “Ranch” was as good as it got .”Greek” sponsored activities filled the rest of time.

Campus Involvement
  • Sorority Zeta Tau Alpha
  • Drama