Philip W. Kendall
Dr. Philip W. Kendall
Dr. Philip W. Kendall completed his BA in History as DePauw University and his MA and PhD in History at Boston University. He specializes in United States Social and Economic History with a particular interest in the 19th century. He has taught at the University of Maine, Sangamon State University, Mankato State University, Northwest College and UTB-TSC.
Dr. Kendall has also had an extensive career in academic administration. He served as a dean at Sangamon State, Vice President for Academic Affairs at Mankato State, President at Northwest College, and was the founding Vice President for Academic Affairs for UTB-TSC.
Ph. D. in History from Boston University
M.A. in History from Boston University
B.A. in History from DePauw University
CV/VITAE: Kendall Vitae
HIST 1301 - American History to 1877
HIST 1302 - American History Since 1877
HIST 4365 - North American Economic History
HIST 4390 - American History Senior Seminar
Spring Semester, 1992
Area of Specialty and Responsibility:
American Economic History
Extensive experience in higher education teaching and administration at The University of Maine in Portland, The New England Board of Higher Education, Sangamon State University, Mankato State University, Northwest College, The American Association of State Colleges and Universities and University of Texas at Brownsville-Texas Southmost College.