| Clinic Director, Joseph H.
Physical Developmental Clinic (CPDC) Summary
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r. Huber received his bachelor's degree in Health and Physical Education from West Chester State University, his master's degree in Health and Physical Education from University of Maryland, and his doctorate in Adapted Physical Education and Motor Learning from The Ohio State University. Prior to his joining Bridgewater State University in 1973, he held the position of Associate Director of the Children's Physical Developmental Clinic at the University of Maryland and Assistant Chief of Adapted Physical Education at the Nisonger Center, The Ohio State University. He developed and now serves as Program Director of the Children's Physical Developmental Clinic. The Children's Physical Developmental Clinic is unique to New England and has received state, national, and international recognition and awards for excellence in service learning and professional development. He served as Assistant Editor of Physical Education (1985-2010) and Editor of Issues (1985-2007) for PALAESTRA: Forum of Sport, Physical Education and Recreation for Those with Disabilities. Dr. Huber is certified as an Adapted Physical Educator as well as a Therapeutic Recreation Specialist.