About the Instructor:

Historian & Lecturer Bruce W. Tucker presents both lectures & classes on  a wide variety of subjects in American & World History to Life Long Learning & Adult Education programs at local Colleges & Universities, Libraries, Schools, Synagogues, Business Meetings, History Clubs & Round Tables, Mens Clubs and Senior Centers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York & Delaware.

Bruce currently teaches history, political science & film classes at Rutgers University’s School of Continuing Education Osher Life Long Learning Institute.  Bruce holds a B.A. in History & Political Science from the City University of New York and a Masters of Science Degree in Information Systems & Project Management from Stevens Institute of Hoboken NJ.

In June of 2015, Bruce was honored by Rutgers University with the Marlene Pomper Distinguished Teaching Award.

Bruce Tucker is also a Living Historian who presents 1st person historical impressions & presentations of 2 noted figures in American Naval history. His performances have delighted & entertained many groups in Museums, Schools, Synagogues, Libraries & Senior Centers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York & Delaware.

Recent living history presentations were made at:

  • The North Jersey Civil War Roundtable in Morristown, NJ
  • The Robert E Lee Civil War Roundtable in Woodbridge NJ
  • The Hagley Museum in Wilmington Delaware
  • The Grand Army of the Republic Museum in Philadelphia, PA
Bruce Tucker presenting for the NEW JERSEY WW2 BOOK CLUB at the Millburn Public Library in Millburn NJ in 2015 on the Japanese Super Submarines of World War 2

Bruce Tucker presenting for the NEW JERSEY WW2 BOOK CLUB at the Millburn Public Library in Millburn NJ in 2015 on the Japanese Super Submarines of World War 2