Michelle Hartman, PhD Political Science ’06
Michelle is a part-time professor at Fairleigh Dickinson University, where she teaches political science and history. She was at one time the director of operations and community affairs at the Museum of Tolerance, New York, a Simon Wiesenthal Museum. She is a frequent public speaker at national and international seminars and conventions, and has presented papers on topics ranging from Irish immigrants and the Civil War to constitutional law, revolutions, religion, and global climate change. She regularly moderates public debates on pressing social issues. Michelle has developed courses for New Jersey colleges on the Holocaust, immigration policy, and the politics of gender. Michelle is a volunteer and organizer with PETA, Defenders of Wildlife, and the ASPCA.