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