|Institute for Corean-American Studies|
Burwell B. Bell
He is a lifetime member of the Council on Foreign Relations, holds a master's degree from the University of Southern California, and has been awarded three honorary doctorate degrees. General Bell was named the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's Distinguished Alumnus in 2003, and since retirement in 2008 served as the Chairman of the Chancellor's Roundtable and is also a member of the UC Foundation Board of Trustees.
General Bell remains active in national security affairs across a range of governmental organizations and think tanks. One of his latest contributions was as a member of the Defense Advisory Committee for the Peterson Foundation and Stimson Center's publication entitled "A New Defense Strategy for a New Era: Military Superiority, Agility , and Efficiency." He travels frequently to South Korea engaging with Government and Military leaders regarding the continuing north Korean threat. General Bell is married to the former Katie L. Fields of Chattanooga and his family resides in Ooltewah, Tennessee, a suburb of Chattanooga.
|Links for Burwell B. Bell|
|2014 Liberty Award Dinner|
|2014 Liberty Award Acceptance Address|
|Bulletin of October 31, 2014|
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