Born to William Harber and Fannie (Gallas) Haber in Lansing, MI.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan.
Earns a Master of Arts from Wesleyan University.
Earns a Doctor of Philosophy from Stanford University.
Becomes a postdoctoral fellow within the Medical Research Council of the Applied Psychology Unit at Cambridge, England, through 1971.
Becomes a psychology and visual science professor at the University of Rochester.
Marries Lyn R. Roland.
Receives the Outstanding Achievement Award from the University of Michigan.
Becomes a psychology professor at the University of Illinois through 1991.
Teaches as a visiting professor at the Air Force Human Resources Laboratory at Williams AFB in Arizona through 1983.
Becomes a partner at Human Factors Consultant in Swall Meadows, CA.
Becomes a research associate in psychology at the University of California Santa Cruz.
Teaches as a research professor at the University of Illinois through 1994.
Is named research professor emeritus at the University of Illinois.
Is a partner of Human Factors Consultant and presently maintains this role.
Serves as commissioner of the Wheeler Crest Fire Prevention District in Swall Meadows, CA, through 2000.
Is the founder, first president and member of the board directors of the Eastern Sierra Conservancy through 2002.
Serves on the board of directors for Andrea Lawrence Institute Mountains and Rivers through 2009.