Nathanael Pollard, jr.
Born: Bessemer, Alabama
B.A. in natural sciences from Miles College in Birmingham, Alabama; mathematics (M.S.)Atlanta University
Ph.D. Mathematics University of Oklahoma
President Bowie State University
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he was National Institutes of Health/Minority Access to Research Careers Post-Doctoral Fellow in Mathematical Biology at the University of Kansas, Colgate University, Millsaps College, Georgia State University, the University of California, the University of Alabama in Birmingham, the University of Texas, and George Washington University in the fields of mathematics, category theory, biomathematics, computer science.
On July 1, 1993, Dr. Nathanael Pollard, Jr., became the seventh President of Bowie State University, the oldest historically black university in Maryland and among the oldest in the Nation, after having served as Interim President and as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Virginia State University in Petersburg, Virginia.
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