in the US


Dr. Gilbert Casterlow (l) and Dr. Janis Oldham (r)
of North Carolina A & T State University

Spelman College math faculty


In mid-1997 we found only two Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Mathematics Departments Online. Now there are nearly 40 African schools with some sort of web presence, if only a mission statement. Below Math Departments are linked if there is a course listing AND one the following criteria satisfied:

1. Contains (or links to) data on some of its math faculty members [U.S.]

2. listing of math faculty members only [U.S.]

3. Math Department webpage only

4. Links to general websites of HBCUs

5. Schools in Africa or in the Carribean

Contains (or links to) data on some of its faculty members

Bowie State University MD Morehouse College GA
Central State University OH Morgan State University MD
Clark Atlanta University GA North Carolina A&T State University NC
Elizabeth City State University NC North Carolina Central University NC
Florida A & M University FL Prairie View University TX
Hampton Institute 1 2 VA Spelman College GA
Howard University 2 DC Texas Southern University TX
 Jackson State University AL  South Carolina State University SC

Listing of faculty members only

Alabama A&M University (AL) Winston Salem State University
Delaware State University (DE) Xavier University of Louisiana
Prairie View A&M University


Department webpage



HBCU University LISTINGS (math depts above)

HBCU Central

Yahoo's Historically Black Colleges & Universities

San Diego Blaack Pages List:

Educational On-Line's - Listing of HBCU's

Jackson State's HCBU list

HBCU Home Page

another hbcu page

visitors since opening 5/25/97.


Black Research Mathematicians

Profiles of all Black Mathematicians

Modern Historical Significance

African Mathematical Union

Outside North America

The Ancients in Africa





These web pages are brought to you by

The Mathematics Department of
The State University of New York at Buffalo

These web pages are created and maintained by
Dr. Scott W. Williams
Professor of Mathematics