Dr. Hebert has degrees in History from St. Anselm College (New Hampshire), Duquesne University (Pennsylvania), and the University of Maryland, College Park (Ph.D.) He has been at Thomas More College for 39 years and, for 14 of those, served as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College. Since his return to the classroom in 2001, in addition to his teaching responsibilities, he served as Chairperson of the History, International Studies and Political Science Department from 2001-2008 and Director of the James Graham Brown Honors Program from 2001-2011. In 2011-2012 he assumed duties as Director of the College’s Gemini (Dual Credit) Program and Director of Faculty Development. His teaching specialty is in Modern European History and his expertise is primarily in the British Isles where he has been a Director or faculty member for many programs in England, Scotland, Ireland, and Australia. He is TMC’s Board Representative for the Cooperative Center for Study Abroad (CCSA). He has published many articles and a book entitled Florence Nightingale: Saint, Reformer, or Rebel?. An ongoing special project is a team-taught course on History and Literature of Irish Nationalism 1798-1926 that has been offered in Ireland since 1991 and currently as well on alternate campuses with Dr. Gary Walton of Northern Kentucky University’s Literature Department since 2001. His wife is Maureen, his children are Michele (Miki) and Danielle, and the five grandchildren occupy much of his spare time along with golf, tennis, and evenings at the theatre.