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Pritts, Cassandra

History Professor | Administration Building, Room 206

Education: M.A. in History, Duquesne University B.S. in History, Frostburg State University Courses Taught: Growth of the American Nation to 1865 Making of Modern America: 1865 to the Present World History to 1500 Western Civilization: 1600 to the Present Honors Western Civilization: 1600 to the Present University Service: Academic Standards Committee Assessment Committee Committee on Committees Honors Program Advisor Council Academic Advisor for History and Secondary Education Serves on the Frasure-Singleton Committee Research Interests: WWII; Nazi Germany; Nineteenth Century United States; Nineteenth Century Americana; Museum Studies

Fun Facts About Yourself: Caretaker of the Historic Barrick Cemetery of the Mineral County Historical Society Lifetime member of the Mineral County Historical Society Museum Director / Curator of a historic house museum in Maryland from 2004-2009 Married to Potomac State College English Professor Steve Oberlechner Tours historic battlefields and historic houses Lifetime member of the Westernport Heritage Society