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academic administrator

Alfred Louis Hampton, American academic administrator. Recipient Educational award, Wisconsin Black Engineering Student Society, Madison, 1981-1982, Educational Leadership award, Milwaukee School Engineering, 1984, Faculty Appreciation award, Council Black Professional and Graduate Students, University Wisconsin, 1985.


Hampton, Alfred Louis was born on July 15, 1943 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of George Leroy and Ally Frances (Sims) Hampton.


Bachelor in Mathematics, Oakwood College, 1969. Master of Science in Science Education, University Tennessee, 1975.


Supervising instructor mathematics Oakwood Academy, Huntsville, Alabama, 1971—1976. Director minority engineering affairs University Wisconsin, Madison, since 1976, consultant finance aids committee, since 1976, member scholarship committee, since 1980, member cooperative education committee College Engineering, since 1981. Board directors, lecturer Professional Growth Inc., since 1985.


Board directors National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering, Notre Dame, Indiana, 1983, Wisconsin Minority Suppliers Development Council, Madison, since 1985. Assistant scout leader Troop 80, Boy Scouts America, since 1985. Member of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (executive committee member 1985, Unsung Hero award 1982), Madison Urban League, Wisconsin Minority Engineering Council (co-founder, chairperson since 1982), National Association Minority Engineering Program Administrators (region C membership chairman 1982-1984, Highest Membership award 1983), Kappa Alpha Psi.


  • Other Interests

    Music, skateboarding, basketball, jogging, cooking.


Children: Alfred Louis, Arlan Lamont.

George Leroy Hampton

Ally Frances (Sims) Hampton

Alfred Louis Hampton

Arlan Lamont Hampton