- Part-Time Faculty, Social & Behavioral Science
- Academic Credentials: BA, Penn State; MA, Historic Preservation, University of Delaware, Department of Urban Affairs and Public Policy
- Office: Penn Hall
Phone: (215) 504-8500 Ext: 6061
Connie is a 2005 graduate of Historic Preservation program. Her undergraduate degree was from Penn State University in 1980. She obtained a M.A. in Historic Preservation from the University of Delaware through the Department of Urban Affairs and Public Policy where she worked as a graduate research assistant from 2004 through 2006. Regional oral history, cultural ethnography and changing landscapes are continuing interests. She co-authored a National Register Nomination for Greenville Country Club in Greenville, Delaware in 2009. Memberships include the Vernacular Architecture Forum, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Oral History of the Mid-Atlantic Region (OHMAR), and the Bucks County Historical Society. Connie is a docent at Peter Wentz Farmstead in Worcester, Pa. Her scholar-heros are Henry Glassie, William Cronon and Laurel Thatcher Ulrich. She last taught History 204 Oral History in Preservation, Spring 2011.
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