Bachelor of Fine Arts, Texas Southern University, 1959. Master of Education, Pennsylvania State University, 1960. Doctor of Education, Pennsylvania State University, 1971.
Postgraduate, Rochester Institute Technology, 1962.
Art instructor Virginia State College, Petersburg, 1960-1962. Art professor Southern University in New Orleans, 1962-1967, Center State University, Wilberforce, Ohio, 1967-1968, College of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, 1971, Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina, 1972-1976, North Carolina Center University, Durham, 1977-1978, South Carolina State University, Orangeburg, 1978-1996. Retired, 1996
Controller designer African American History Monument, Columbia, South Carolina, 2006.
The commitment of individual Christians to work for social and political change should be recognized as a fully legitimate form of Christian discipleship.
As human beings people find themselves as part of an unjust, sinful and violent world, which we may feel individually helpless to change. If we accept forgiveness, God can enable us to resist evil and to live life to the full.
1st president Caldwell Arts Council, Lenoir, North Carolina, 1975. Chairman Lenoir Community Advisory Committee, 1975-1976. Appointee Lenoir Planning Board, 1976.
Board directors Tri-County Citizens Against Sexual Assault, Orangeburg, South Carolina., 1988. Planner, developer Indoor/Outdoor Sculpture Competition, Lenoir, 1986. Member South Carolina.
Acquisitions Committee, Columbia, 1982-1984, member African American history monument commission, 1997-1998. Member African American monument and music commission State of South Carolina., 1996-1998. Member National Art Education Association, American Crafts Council, National Black Child Development Institute, Inc., Sculputre International, National Council for Education of Ceramic Arts, African American Museum Association, North Carolina Cultural Arts Coalition, National Association Schools of Art and Design.
Married Hazel A. Scott, August 6, 1977 (divorced December 1982).