Lillian K. Bradley
Born: October 15, 1921
place: Tyler, Texas
pre-doctoral education: B.A. (Math-1938) Texas College; M.A. (Math. Ed-1946) University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
doctoral institution: Dr. Bradley was the first Black woman to receive any kind of doctorate (Ph.D.-1960) from the University of Texas
area of degree: Mathematics Education
current (12/98) employment
In 1960, Dr. Bradley became Assistant Profeesor of Teaching Education at Prairie View College. She was appointed Associate Professor of Mathematics at Texas Southern University in 1961.
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