Peter Hufnagel is the Dean of Faculty and Director of Special Programs at MSA. He is the founder and director of the Virginia High School Mountain Bike Series, Miller School of Albemarle Endurance Program, and NICA Virginia High School Cycling League. Hufnagel earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree from the University of Virginia. While at UVA, Hufnagel raced for the cycling team, and in 2005 he won both the ACC Cycling Road Race Championship and the ACC Team Time Trial Championship. Since graduating, he has continued to pursue both academics and athletics. He has had essays published in Studies in the Novel, Forum for World Literature, Norton Critical Edition of The Time Machine and, and Olympics and Philosophy. In addition, he has lectured on John Milton at Purdue University, Shakespeare at the Jepson School of Leadership, and Dante at University of Virginia. While teaching at the Miller School, he has continued to pursue road cycling, mountain biking, and triathlon at an elite level. In 2007, he raced as a guest rider for the professional cycling team Colavita/ Sutter Home in the NRC stage race, Tour of Virginia. Over the past eight years, Hufnagel has been instrumental in the growth of junior road and mountain biking in Virginia. Hufnagel lives on campus with his wife, Andrea Dvorak.