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academic administrator

Jimmy Raymond Jenkins, American academic administrator. Member American Association Higher Education, National Science Teacher Association, American Biology Teachers Association, National Alliance Black School Educators, Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, National Caucus Black Aged.

Background

Jenkins, Jimmy Raymond was born on March 18, 1943 in Selma, North Carolina, United States. Son of Alma (Street) Jenkins.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Elizabeth City State University, 1965. Master of Science, Purdue University. Doctor of Philosophy in Science Education, Purdue University, 1972.

Career

Assistant academy dean Elizabeth City State University, 1972-1973, associate professor, 1973-1975, vice chancellor, 1977-1983, chancellor, 1983-1997. President Edward Waters College, Jacksonville, Florida, 1997—2005, Livingstone College, Salisbury, North Carolina, since 2006. Member North Carolina Board Science Technology, North Carolina State Advisory Team Examiners College Licensing, North Carolina Humanities Committee.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Mini Patt Approach to Individualized Instruction, 1973, The Ultimate Evidence of Scholarship: The Meaning of a Good Education, 1979, Competency Based Approach Stresses Individualization, 1981.

Membership

Member American Association Higher Education, National Science Teacher Association, American Biology Teachers Association, National Alliance Black School Educators, Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, National Caucus Black Aged.

Connections

Married Faleese Moore-Jenkins. Children: Lisa, Ginger, Jimmy R.

father:
Alma (Street) Jenkins Jenkins

spouse:
Faleese Moore-Jenkins

child:
Lisa Jenkins

child:
Jimmy R. Jenkins

child:
Ginger Jenkins