William Montgomery, M.A.

Associate Professor
General Education, Community Health

Contact Info

William Montgomery is currently an Associate Professor in the General Education program at Clarkson College. He came to the College in 2008 when he joined the community as a Registrar Representative before becoming a faculty member in 2011. He earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in History from the University of Nebraska-Omaha and is currently pursuing his doctorate in Higher Education from Concordia University.  

Mr. Montgomery has helped design core courses in the General Education program and serves as the course coordinator for the EA undergraduate core courses. He has served as the President of the Faculty Senate at the College and remains active on several Critical Success Factor (CSF) committees. In 2018, he earned the Patricia Book Perry Faculty of the Year Award 

Mr. Montgomery has been a member of the American Historical Association as well as the American Association for the History of Medicine since 2016.  

Words of Wisdom  

Learn from the past to decide in the present and better our future. 


HU 200 - A Cultural History of the Healing Arts 
HU 205 - The History of Science, Technology, and Medicine 
EA 200 - Healthcare Ethics  
SO 220 - Medical Sociology 

Scholarly Works (Selected)  

Manuscript: "For the Protection of Life and Property: NOAA’s Role during the 2005 Hurricane Season Weather Reconnaissance, Prediction, Damage Assessment, Cartography, Relief Efforts and Reconstruction” completed as directed under the Joint-Task-Force Katrina History Group in 2009. 

“Nurse Training at Clarkson Memorial Hospital for Children, 1888-1900,” in Spring 2020 issue of Nebraska History.  

“AEF Mobile Hospital No. 1” (2016). In Dale Smith (Ed.), Glimpsing Modernity: Military Medicine in World War I (pp. 117-143). Newcastle, England: Cambridge Scholar’s Press. 

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