Dr. Hartman is a counselor and sociologist whose areas of research focus on identity development and motivation. He loves to get into conversations that address questions without clear answers. Outside of class, he can be found woodworking, riding his bicycle, traveling to somewhere with a cooler climate, or walking his dogs.
- Sink, C. (2015). School-based counseling and student spirituality: Perspectives from positive psychology. New York: Routledge. (Wrote all case studies)
Refereed Journal Articles
- Emerson, M.O., & Hartman, D. (2006). The rise of religious fundamentalism. Annual Review of Sociology, 32,127-144.
- Hartman, D. (2015). Moral orientation and meaning: Morality and life satisfaction in emerging adults. Counselling & Spirituality, 34(1), 13-30.
- Hull, C., Suarez, E. C., & Hartman, D. (2016). Developing spiritual competencies in counseling: A guide for supervisors. Counseling & Values, 61(1), 111-126.
Manuscripts in Submission
- Kozlowski, K., Hartman, D., & Stone, C. (In revision). School counselors’ implementation of data-driven counseling program. Professional School Counseling.
Manuscripts in Preparation
- Hartman, D. Counseling the space between: Locating client agency and self in relationships.
- Hartman, D. The role of self in counselor education and theory
- Hartman, D. Towards a new model of community-police relations.
- Sink, C., & Hartman, D. Factorial invariance of happiness and spirituality instruments among Korean schoolchildren.