About Neil Buffett is currently finishing a dissertation titled “Black, White, and Green: High School Student Activism in the Civil Rights and Environmental Movements, 1945-1975” in the Department of History at Stony Brook University. He serves as an Academic Advisor in Stony Brook's Academic and Pre-Professional Advising Center and often teaches as an adjunct in the Department of History. Throughout his years at Stony Brook, Buffett has taught a variety of courses, including "U.S. Cities and Suburbs in the 20th Century," "20th Century Social Movements: Civil Rights, Environmentalism, and Environmental Justice," "Suburbanization in International Perspective," "SBU 101: Introduction to Stony Brook for Transfer Students," "EXT 488: Academic Peer Advisor Internship Seminar," as well as "American Civilization II, 1877-Present," (at Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus.) Prior to beginning doctoral studies at Stony Brook, Buffett attended and graduated from Clinton Community College and the State University of New York at Plattsburgh in Plattsburgh, NY, as well as the College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY where he earned his Associates, Bachelors, and Masters Degrees, respectively. Buffett has published two pieces, including an article on high school student environmentalism titled “We Were Pretty Gung-ho; We Were Going to Save the World”: High School Student Activism in Defense of Long Island’s Nissequogue River, 1970-1979 (Long Island Historical Journal Online, Fall 2009) and a peer review of Connie Y. Chiang's monograph "Shaping the Shoreline: Fisheries and Tourism on the Monterey Coast" in the forthcoming, Spring 2010 volume of TheJournal of Social History.
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