Monty Buell

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Montgomery (Monty) Buell is the chair of the Department of History and Philosophy at Walla Walla University in College Place, Washington.[1] A 1990 graduate of what was then Walla Walla College, Buell joined the Walla Walla University faculty in 1996 after completing his masters at Purdue University one year earlier.[2] In addition to chairing the department, Buell also teaches U.S. History, American Intellectual History, American Economy, Emergence of Modern America, Secondary Social Studies Methods, and History of the Pacific Northwest for the school. Buell was presented the President's Award for Excellence in teaching by the University in 2008.[1]

Monty Buell has given various presentations such as “A Consuming Faith: The Economic Consequences of Cultural Values,” which was presented at Walla Walla University and “A Woman’s Place is Sliming Fish: Work Cultures in Alaska’s Commercial Fisheries,” given at a Pacific Northwest History conference in Portland, Oregon. Buell is a member of the steering committee for “Global Change, Local Challenge: A Community Conference on How We Can Prepare for the Local Impacts of Global Warming and Declining Oil Production.” He also served as the editor of Status of Pacific Salmon and Their Role in North Pacific Ecosystems, a publication done by the U.S. Delegation to the North Pacifc Anadromous Fish Commission of which Buell is also a member.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "Meet the Faculty". Walla Walla University. Retrieved 2012-05-31. 
  2. ^ "Walla Walla University Graduate Bulletin 2012-2014". Walla Walla University. Retrieved 2012-05-31.