Albert N. Husted 1855
Dr. Albert N. Husted 1855, born on October 19, 1833, was an instructor in the mathematics department. In 1862, he was one of the founders of a group of faculty, students, and alumni that became the core of a company called the Forty-Fourth New York Volunteers, which participated in seventeen battles in the Civil War. Professor Husted returned after the war, and he was well known for his sense of humor, friendship with students, and his role as a strict disciplinarian and vigorous teacher.
On October 16, 1917, Dr. Husted died after an illness of four days. After finishing his fiftieth year's the "Dr. A. N. Husted Fellowship" was established in his honor. Many of his colleges honored him with degrees.