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academic administrator , educator

H. Michael Hartoonian, American academic administrator, educator. Recipient State Service Citizenship Education award, Wisconsin Council Social Studies, 1984; Economic and Law Education grantee, United States Office Education and Department Education, 1968-1974.

Background

Hartoonian, H. Michael was born on May 11, 1938 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Michael M. and Rose (Alberty) Hartoonian.

Education

Bachelor, Lawrence University, 1960. Master of Arts, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, University Wisconsin, Madison, 1972.

Career

Teacher, department chair Public Schools, Omro, Wisconsin, 1962—1966. Supervisor social studies education Department Public Instruction, Madison, since 1966. Professor, director social science University Arizona, Tucson, 1973—1974.

Educational consultant Panama Canal Zone, 1971. Lecturer Marquette University, Milwaukee, 1971—1973. Adjunct professor University Wisconsin, Madison, since 1972.

Lecturer consultant National Humanities Faculty, Concord, Massachusetts, since 1978. Lieutenant United States Air Force, 1960-1962.

Membership

Teacher citizenship education Boy Scouts America, Madison, Wisconsin, 1981—1984. Council member, vice president St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Middleton, 1980—1983. Member of National Council Social Studies (research and publications board 1978-1983, chair task force future organization 1984-1985), Social Science Education Consortium (board directors 1977-1981, vice president 1978-1979), National Council State Social Studies Specialists (president 1969-1972), Educators Social Responsibility (national advisory board member since 1984).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Flying, running.

Connections

Married Nancy F. Kersten, August 29, 1962. Children: Christine Lee, Michael Lincoln.

father:
Michael M. Hartoonian

mother:
Rose (Alberty) Hartoonian

spouse:
Nancy F. Kersten

child:
Christine Lee Hartoonian

child:
Michael Lincoln Hartoonian