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Dwain C. Pruitt '95

Dwain C. Pruitt
 Interim Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Support Services
Morgan State University, College of Liberal Arts, Baltimore, Md.


 B.A., Wofford College (1995)
M.A., Emory University (1999)
Ph.D., Emory University (2005)

Career Highlights:

In 2006 as assistant professor of history at Rhodes College, Pruitt participated in the CIEE International Faculty Development Seminar, The Changing Social Face of Brazil and in an NEH Summer Seminar on French and Haitian revolutions. He also attended the inaugural international Black European Studies conference in Schmitten, Germany, in 2005. Pruitt has held several fellowships including the William Randolph Hearst Minority Fellow at Rhodes, the Dillard University Mellon Teaching Fellow at Emory and the Emory Minority Graduate Fellowship. Pruitt served on the steering committee for Rhodes' African-American studies program and during the program's first year served as the assistant director. Prior to accepting the faculty position at Georgia Gwinnett College, Pruitt served as assistant dean for academic and student support services at Morgan State University.

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