Father David Huber

A strong background in sociology, theology and world religion, and secondary education allows Father David Huber to enjoy success as an Adjunct Instructor. Father David Huber presently teaches at several community colleges around the Chicago area, including Joliet Junior College, Waubonsee Community College, and Kishwaukee College. He is also a Master’s candidate in Adult and Higher Education at Northern Illinois University.

Father David Huber is well regarded among his students and consistently receives excellent evaluations. His academic and professional background allows him to teach a variety of different subjects, including the social sciences, religion, race and ethnic relations, cultural diversity, and basic math. Along with his instructional duties, Father David Huber has worked in career planning and assisted students with General Educational Development (GED) diploma preparation. He draws upon his bilingual abilities to help native Spanish-speaking students in understanding English on several levels, including reading comprehension, writing, and speaking.

Along with his current goal of achieving another advanced degree, Father David Huber holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master of Science degree in Education from Northern Illinois University. He has also studied theology and divinity at the University of St. Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary in Illinois.