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mathematics professor

Prince Winston Armstrong, American mathematics professor. Named Mathematics Teacher of Year, Southern University Mathematics Club, 1982-1985; fellow, Atlanta University, 1959, Southern University, 1970-1972.

Background

Armstrong, Prince Winston was born in Ma 1938 in Montgomery, Alabama, United States. Son of John Henry and Frankie Lee (Madison) Winston.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Alabama State University, 1958. Master of Science, Atlanta University, 1959. Doctor of Education, University Oklahoma, 1972.

Career

Instructor Spelman College, Atlanta, 1959—1960. Assistant professor mathematics Albany State College, 1960—1961. Assistant professor Southern University, Baton Rouge, 1962—1967, associate professor, 1971—1986, professor, since 1986.

Visiting professor Atlanta University, 1961—1962. Consultant Teacher Core, Baton Rouge, 1974—1975, United Methodist Career Day, Baton Rouge, 1984. Researcher American Cancer Society, Baton Rouge, since 1983.

Evaluator Black Experience Group, Baton Rouge, 1984—1985.

Membership

Member superintendent advisory committee East Baton Rouge Parish, since 1982. Vice president Scotlandville Magnet School Parent Teacher Organization, Baton Rouge, 1983—1984. Member of Mathematics Association America, National Council Teachers of Mathematics, Beta Kappa Chi, Alpha Kappa Mu, Pi Mu Epsilon (adviser), Phi Delta Kappa (historian, secretary).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, fishing, gardening.

Connections

Married Willie Clifford Armstrong, December 23, 1960. Children: Kim Elise, Jada Lea.

father:
John Henry Winston

mother:
Frankie Lee (Madison) Winston

spouse:
Willie Clifford Armstrong

child:
Kim Elise Armstrong

child:
Jada Lea Armstrong