Richard W. Holub
RICHARD W. HOLUB has been a Professor of English and American Literature in the Maxwell Becton College of Liberal Arts at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck-Hackensack, New Jersey for the past thirty-four years.
He has a B.A. degree from Long Island University where he was an All-American basketball player in 1942. After serving four years in the Army Air Force during World War II, he played professional basketball with the New York Knickerbockers. He earned a M.A. degree in English from New York University and received his Doctorate from Columbia University in 1961.
Dr. Holub served as Fairleigh Dickinson University's first basketball coach for a period of seventeen years. In 1965, he was appointed Director of the Master of Arts in Teaching Program in the Peter Sammartino College of Education, a post he held for three years. Dr. Holub is currently serving as the University's first Academic Advisor to the Athletic Department.