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Richard M. Stubbs
Departments and Positions: Mathematics, Teacher
Biography: Quite familiar with boarding school life, Rick grew up at Milton Academy in Milton, Mass., where his father was a member of the Science Department and his mother worked in the library. After graduating from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, he joined the EHS faculty. He served as chair of mathematics from 1990 to 2002. Rick has worked with both the girls’ and boys’ soccer teams, and the baseball teams. He is a member of the Hoxton Dorm team.
He spent four summers volunteering at the John F. Kennedy Library archives in Boston, working on educational programs and with Robert Kennedy’s papers. When describing the personal values that most influence his work at EHS, Rick reflected, “Robert Kennedy gave an historic speech in South Africa in 1966 about sending ‘tiny ripples of hope’ that, coming from all corners of the planet, rise up into a tidal wave of change for the human good. Though my influence is not nearly that ‘worldly,’ it is my goal, as a teacher, coach, or advisor, to try to provide a few tiny ripples in a young person’s life that make a positive difference.”