John Hill is Professor of Politics and History at Curry College in Milton, where he has been a member of the faculty since 1969. He has been a leader in efforts to improve educational support systems for students on the campus. He was founder and first director of the Essential Skills Center, an office that provides tutoring in writing and study skills. Professor Hill also established the College’s Academic Advising Office and served as its director for 14 years. His colleagues have repeatedly elected him to positions of leadership as Chairperson of the Faculty and as President of the Curry Chapter of the American Association of University Professors. His academic specialty is international relations. Professor Hill’s most recent book is Revolutionary Values for a New Millennium: John Adams, Adam Smith, and Social Virtue, published by Lexington Books, in 2000. The second edition of his book (Revolutionary Values), retitled Democracy, Equality and Justice, John Adams, Adam Smith, and Political Economy, is scheduled for July, 2007, publication by Lexington Books. Dr. Hill was appointed Curry Fellow for 2007 (the first Fellow ever appointed by Curry).