Throughout the late 1990s he taught Game Theory and Optimization and Operations Research at the Institut de Mathematiques et de Sciences Physiques [more...]
His main research focus is on the parameterization of physical processes in the atmosphere.
According to Heywood Hampton, Robert Abernathy (now deceased) was the first African American to receive a PHD in Math from Berkeley. However , Lloyd [more...]
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Mathematics Department Head and Associate Professor of Mathematics at Johnson C. Smith University
Assistant Professor, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
His recent interests are towards stability and boundedness of solutions to higher order equations
From 1976 to 1980 Professor Alala was Dean Of Faculty of Science at the University of Nairobi until 1980. He was a professor of mathematics until his [more...]
At present (since 1994), Dr. John (Jack) W. Alexander is President of the National Association of Mathematicians (NAM).
Dr. Halima Ali, professor in the HU Department of Mathematics, began teaching in 1976 in her native country, Somalia. She came to the United States [more...]
Professor of Mathematics Florida A&M University
National Security Agency
area of degree/current research: Evolutionary Game Theory, Ecological and Environmental Modelling, Optimization Models of Renewable Natural Resources.
Elayne Arrington is the first Black female graduate of the School of Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh.
A Mathematician's eye for quality shows that though he was an excellent researcher, Dr. Assani ran into North Carolina racism in the 1990's.
Covenant Ministries Church is a non-denominational Christian church founded in 1993 by Annas Aytch, Ph.D. Canonized as a Bishop in 1996, Dr. Aytch [more...]
Lecturer of Mathematics, Bermuda College, Bermuda (West Indies)
University of Iowa-Iowa City.
For many years, Dr. Banyaga has been involved in Higher Education and Research in Africa.
Professor of School of Industrial and Systems Engineering of Georgia Institute of Technology
Occupation: Management Consultant - OR Analyst
Director Defense Computational R&D Projects, Morehouse College
From 1955 to 1958, Joseph Battle taught in North Carolina public schools, and at Morgan State. Returning to Michigan University, he earned his Ph.D. [more...]
Assistant Professor of Mathematics Kean University
Instructor, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Area of interest: mathematical statistics
Professor and Chair of the Department of Mathematics, Texas Southern University
After earning his Ph.D., Dr. Bell worked for the Rand Corporation.
His area of degree is Numerical Analysis/Optimal Control.
Bharucha-Reis was advisor to at least 13 Ph.D. students.
Dr. Biggers is currently Chair and Professor of Mathematics at Kennesaw State University in Georgia.
David Blackwell, a statistician and mathematician who wrote groundbreaking papers on probability and game theory, was the first black scholar to be [more...]
Professor Emeritas University of Toledo
Dean of the School of Business and Technology, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Dpartement de Mathmatiques, Universit des Sciences et Techniques de Languedoc, 34060 Montpellier FRANCE
Robert Bozeman, Chair and Professor of Morehouse College, is also married to the mathematician Sylvia Trimble Bozeman of Spelman College.
Sylvia Bozeman is Professor of Mathematics and Director of the Center for Scientific Applications of Mathematics (CSAM) at Spelman College
Dr Brown held the position of Head of Department of Science & Mathematics at University of Technology (Jamaica) between 1997 and 2000
Mathematical biologist Emery N. Brown and neuroscientist Steven Massaquoi are collaborating in a joint venture, The Neuroscientist Advisory Board, [more...]
Professor of Mathematics, Purdue University, Area of Research Interests: Complex Analysis
Presently, Brown is the supervisor of Mathematics in the Prince George's County Public School System.
In 2001, the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor began a lecture series honoring Marjorie Lee Browne.
Associate Professor of Mathematics Occidental College
Assistant Professor at North Carolina A&T State University
Dr. Naiomi Cameron, a native of Providence, R.I., says that math has been a big part of her life since middle school.
Garakai Campbell's wife is fellow Rutger's U. grad student Diana C. Dismus - Campbell, his father is the famed Physicist George Campbell, Jr. and his [more...]
Danielle Carr was born in Washington, D.C. Her mother and father are both physicians and their occupations exposed her to the sciences while she was [more...]
Dr. Michaele Chappell, Interim Chair of the Mathematics Department for 2004-05, is a Full Professor of Mathematics Education and teaches both [more...]
Dr. Curtis Clark's research interests are in Graph Theory, ultimately economical graph achievement games and their applications in the area of [more...]
Area of Interest: area: Operator Agebras
Dr. Claytor was the first African American to publish mathematics research.
After obtaining his Ph.D., Dr. Clemence spent six years at University of Zimbabwe in Harare.
As a mathematics educator, Dr. Cook received recognition by the National Faculty of the Delta Teachers Academy for the seven-state region of the [more...]
Kevin Corlette is co-chair of the science advisory committee of the Mathematicial Sciences Research Institute.
He was the first African-American to earn a PhD in Mathematics.
Oscar H. Criner is a fourth generation teacher in Texas.
Currie's skill for mathematics was noticed early, and he was among the few chosen to study algebra in the eighth grade.
Geraldine Darden was the ninth African American female mathematician.
Dennis Davenport was one of the first to earn a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Howard University (1987).
Dr. Joseph J. Dennis was chairman of the Clark College mathematics department from 1930 to 1974.
Toka Diagana is the editor-in-chief of the journal "Global Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics"
Dr. Donaldson served (1998-99) as Acting President of Lincoln University. In the fall of 1999, he became Dean of Natural Sciences at Howard [more...]
Ealy's interests are in Model theory and algebra, simple theories.
Dr. Edward's research interests include nonlinear optimization, communication networks, and environmental science.
Area of degree: Partial differential equations, bio-mathematical modeling.
Research Interests: Number Theory
Coupled with her lifelong commitment to learning is her lifelong commitment to assisting and providing mathematics and science education for aspiring [more...]
Farley started a company that does consulting for movies and television shows that have a math or science component.
Dr. Amassa Fauntleroy has published 18 papers.
Dr. Gentry teaches and does research in Biomathematics.
Dr. Gilmer is a leader in the field Ethnomathematics
Dr. Gipson is a co-author of the book Black Mathematicians and their Works,.
Professor of Mathematics Spelman College
Even at young age, Edray had a thirst fo knowledge. He asked his teachers to let him study ahead or subjects not part of the curriculum.
"Being an African American woman, letting people know that we have brains too"
Guillory works in functional analyis, especially Douglas algebras. "I learned a lot of mathematics, and put it in the perspective that I needed to [more...]
She was the first African American Woman Ph. D. in Mathematics.
In 2000, Dr. Fern Hunt was awarded the prestigious Arthur S. Flemming Award for Outstanding Federal Service.
Research interest is in the areas of spatial statistics and disease surveillance.
My research focuses on the representation theory of semi-simple Lie algebras and Lie groups, especially the role played by nilpotent conjugacy [more...]
Professor Kuku has rendered numerous academic and scientific services to Nigeria, Africa and the world.
Dr. Massey is an internationally known researcher in applied probability and has coauthored papers with colleagues from Canada, France and Israel.
Dr. Noel has been a faculty member of the University of Massachusetts at Boston since 1998.
Kate Okikiolu is a mathematical analyst, and most of her research is in the area of spectral geometry.
Contributed to Topological semigroups and worked as professor at Universiteit van Amsterdam till 1997
Dr. Packer has successfully taught Mathematics to thousands of students at all levels of the education system and received the Governor-Generals [more...]
Dr. Patterson proved a series of new fundamental theorems for Approximation by positive operators, Gibbs Phenomenon, Fuzzy Numbers, Orlicz and [more...]
He did thesis on Strong Convergence Theorems for Exchangeable Arrays of Random Variables and Random Elements in Banach Spaces and is working as [more...]
Dr. Patterson was an Assistant Professor at Spelman College until 1999.
Assistant Professor of MathematicsUniversity of Wisconsin Madison
Dr. Paul Peart was lecturer at the University of the West Indies-Mona (1982-86), and, in 1986, joined Howard University as Assistant Professor. He [more...]
He is currently Chairman of the Council of Science Advisers to the Prime Minister of Belize.
Currently an Assistant Professor in Physics at Howard University, Abdul Rahman holds graduate degrees in both Mathematics and Physics.
Donald Richards is a Professor of Statistics at the Pennsylvania State University.
Professor of Mathematics Penn State University Capital College (Harrisburg)
Professor of Mathematics in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, Illinois. ?He is an adjunct [more...]
George Roberts received his PhD in Mathematics from Texas A & M University in 1979. ?His dissertation was in Complex Analysis.
Errol Rowe received his PhD from the University of Maryland, College Park in the areas of Probability Theory and Stochastic Process.
Philippe Rukimbira is a Professor of Mathematics Florida International University.
Dr. Washington is the Editor of the National Association of Mathematician's Newsletter.
Jim West is perhaps best known for his contributions to the foil-electret microphone, which he co-invented with Gerhard Sessler in 1962.
Jesse Ernest Wilkins, Jr. was an African American nuclear scientist and mathematician.