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G. Michael Pratt

Anthropologist

Heidelberg College

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Heidelberg College

310 E Market St

Tiffin, Ohio,44883

United States

Company Description

With more than 40 percent of the global market share for sheetfed offset printing machines, Heidelberg is the world's leading solution provider for the print media industry. Headquartered in Heidelberg, Germany, the company also produces plate imaging devices ...more

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fastdegree.com

G. Michael Pratt, Ph.D. Associate VP for Academic Affairs Dean of Graduate & Professional Studies Director of Arrowhead Park, Professor of Anthropology 419-483-2070 419-893-1986 mpratt@heidelberg.edu


www.fallentimbersbattlefield.org [cached]

The actual site of the Battle of Fallen Timbers was identified in 1995 in an archeological survey by Dr. G. Michael Pratt of the Heidelberg College Center for Historic and Military Archeology Studies.


shelbycountyhistory.org [cached]

Heidelberg College's Michael Pratt, an anthropologist, has assembled an impressive web site that tracks all the latest developments of the battlefield.
It can be seen at http://www.heidelberg.edu/FallenTimbers/.


www.thinkregional.com [cached]

Dr. G. Michael Pratt -- Panelist
Associate Provost & Dean, Miami University School of Professional Studies & Applied Sciences, Hamilton, Middletown and West Chester Dr. G. Michael Pratt began his bachelor's degree at Miami Middletown and completed it in Oxford in 1973. His master's and doctoral degrees are from Case Western Reserve University. Pratt was dean of graduate programs and dean of professional programs at Heidelberg University, Ohio, where he was employed in several capacities since 1983. In 2010, Pratt became the first regional dean of Miami University's locations in Hamilton, Middletown and West Chester and associate provost for academic affairs. Since joining Miami University, Pratt has overseen the development of a regionally organized and administered campus system, the addition of new bachelor's degrees in Health Information Technology, Criminal Justice, Civic and Regional Development and Forensic Science and Investigation and has strengthened the pathways for regional campus students to relocate to Oxford to finish more than 100 other degrees offered there. Among his other accomplishments are the opening of the Greentree Health Science Academy, the founding of the English Language Center for international students, the implementation of an automatic merit scholarship, and the establishment of the College of Professional Studies and Applied Sciences, of which he is the first Dean.


metroparkstoledo.com [cached]

But G. Michael Pratt, an anthropologist and faculty member at Heidelberg College, theorized that the battle occurred about a quarter-mile away.
In 1995, Pratt conducted the first archaeological survey in a farm field at the northwest corner of the intersection of US 24 and US 23/I-475 in Maumee, Ohio. A significant number of artifacts dating to the late 1700s supported his theory, and subsequent surveys revealed additional evidence that intense fighting took place on the site.


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