Dr. Jeffrey H. Huberman has worked in communication and fine arts as a teacher, administrator, stage director, producer, and author. He received his bachelor’s degree in speech and theatre from the University of Pittsburgh, and from Indiana University he received a master’s degree in directing and a doctorate in theatre history and criticism. He has taught at Salem State College, the University of Massachusetts, and the University of Texas. He has been at Bradley since 1985, serving as Professor of Theatre Arts, Associate Dean, and the Dean of the Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts. Jeffrey Huberman has directed more than 70 theatrical productions for both academic and professional theatres and is the author of two books and four plays. He is an active participant in civic, artistic, and educational organizations. As principal academic and administrative officer, the Dean promotes and insures the highest standards of achievement for the students, faculty and programs of the College. Responsibilities include providing effective programs for students, advocacy of faculty progress toward professional goals, development of resources to support the college mission, and execution of administrative functions necessary for college operations. The Dean both initiates innovations and facilitates proposals by students and faculty. The Dean’s office provides student and faculty services from its central location at the Caterpillar Global Communications Center.