Calvin Butler Hulbert

Calvin Butler Hulbert (October 18, 1827 – February 12, 1917) was president of Middlebury College from 1875 until 1880.[1] As president, Hulbert suspended the entire student body of the college following a controversy over hazing. Following this controversy, Hulbert resigned as President under pressure from trustees and returned to his ministry in New Haven, Vt.[3]

Calvin Hulbert
6th[1] President of
Middlebury College
In office
1875–1880
Preceded byHarvey Denison Kitchel
Succeeded byCyrus Hamlin
Personal details
Born(1827-10-18)October 18, 1827[2]
East Sheldon, Vermont[2]
DiedFebruary 12, 1917(1917-02-12) (aged 89)
Dennis, Massachusetts
Alma materDartmouth College[2]

FamilyEdit

Calvin's son Homer Hulbert was an educator in Korea and activist for Korean independence.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Middlebury College President". Middlebury College. 2000. Retrieved August 25, 2010. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ a b c Gilman, Marcus Davis (1807). The Bibliography of Vermont. New York. pp. 133–134.
  3. ^ Bain, David (1999). The College On The Hill. New York: Middlebury College Press.
  4. ^ Dynamic Korea: The American who loved Korea more than a Korean
Educational offices
Preceded by
Harvey Denison Kitchel
President of Middlebury College
1875–1880
Succeeded by
Cyrus Hamlin