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Class of 1962
After graduating from Unity in 1962, Hubert Hohn entered the U. of I. in forestry. He found the size and impersonal nature of the U. of I. overwhelming, and transferred to Depauw University in Indiana. Hubert majored in botany and geology, and in the summers of his sophomore and junior years, he studied photography with Ansel Adams at Yosemite. Hubert was asked to teach the photography courses at Depauw when he returned as a senior and did not finish a science degree. Hubert was admitted to the MIT Master's program in photography without a degree. He did not have sufficient funds to enroll but taught a photography class. His experience in photography led to a very successful career. From 1960 to the mid 1980's Hubert was a photographer, photography teacher at the Banff Centre for the Arts, and photographic curator at the Edmonton Art Gallery. During the 1980s, Hubert was considered a pioneer in the integration of the computer into the arts. Since the early 1990s, Hubert has been internationally recognized for the design of interactive visual tools for teaching mathematics and has received NSF grants. His math work accompanies textbooks and MIT's open courseware. Hubert is currently the Director of Computer Arts at the Massachusetts College of Art, a public college, and is committed to the support of public schools at all levels. He has a special interest in keeping the doors of education open to underserved youth and in helping them to succeed in college.