Yewande Olubummo

Born: February 8, 1960

place: Ibadan, Nigeria

Ph.D. . University of Massachusetts 1991
thesis: Measures on Empirical Logics and the Properties of Their Associated Dual Banach Spaces ; Advisor: Thurlow Cook

Spelman College

Yewande Olubummo is the daughter of the late distnguished pioneer of mathematical research in Africa, Adegoke Olubummo. Presently she is, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Spelman College. She earned her B.S. from the University of Ibadan (Nigeria) her M.S. at Yale University, and her Ph.D. from the University of Massachusettes. email:

Dr. Olubummo has published

(with Thurlow A. Cook) Operational logics and the Hahn-Jordan property, Found. Phys. 20 (1990), 905--913.

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