Lecturer, Master of Environmental Studies
Michael Kulik’s 37-year career with the federal government included 27 years with the US Environmental Protection Agency, where he held a variety of management positions including Director of the Office of Public Affairs; Deputy Director of the Office of State and Congressional Relations; Deputy Director of Enforcement, Compliance and Environmental Justice; Deputy Director of the Environmental Services Division; and Director of the Office of Environmental Innovation. While at EPA, Michael taught courses in a variety of topics in environmental management. He was a member of the faculty for EPA’s international training program, through which he developed and facilitated courses in solid waste management and risk assessment and communication in Poland, Russia and South Africa. Michael is also currently the Director of the Public Policy Program at Franklin and Marshall College, where he teaches in the Department of Earth and Environment. His areas of specialty include environmental policy, watershed protection, food and agriculture policy, and public health and environmental health issues including asthma, lead poisoning and tobacco addiction. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Villanova University and a Master of Science from Saint Joseph’s University.