13 February 1913
Oxford, North Carolina, USA
12 March 1975
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
Israel Everett Glover was the first African American to be awarded a Ph.D. in mathematics by Oklahoma State University. He was appointed as Chairman of the Department of Mathematics at Florida A & M University in Tallahassee, Florida where he presided at the General Session of the five hundred and ninety-fourth meeting of the American Mathematical Society.
For a biography of Israel Everett Glover, see THIS LINK.
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