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Evelyn Boyd Granville

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Evelyn Boyd Granville
Name- Evelyn Boyd Granville
Lifespan- May 1, 1924-N/A
Birth Place- Washington D. C.
Evelyn Boyd Granville is
still alive.
1. Granville is the second African American woman Mathmatician.

2. She was elected to the Scientific Honorary Society Sigma Xi.

3. Granville spent 2 years working as a postdoctoral fellow at New York University Institute for mathematics as a part-time instructer.
3 Historic World Events

Education- Dunbar High School
Smith College
Yale University
Family Status- Married to Edward Granville, have 1 sister, Dad moved cause of job distance, and she grew up with her Mother and her Aunt.
Occupations- Mathmatician and a Scientist
Education, Family Status, and Occupations
1. After 2 years of teaching, Graville went to work as an applied Mathmatician.

2. Granville met many other Mathmaticians, and developed an interest in applications of computer programming.

3. She also developed Elementary School Math Enrichment Programs.
Contributions To Math
1. She earned an M.A. (Master Degree In Art) in Mathematics and Physics in one year.

2. For the next 2 years she received a Julius Rosenwald Fellowship.
Interesting Events
http://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/PEEPS/granville_evelynb.html

http://www.agnesscott.edu/lriddle/women/granvill.htm

http://www.cpnas.org/aahp/biographies/evelyn-boyd-granville.html
Bibliography
Mr.Wildes's Project
Evelyn Boyd Granville
Evelyn and her mother
Evelyn Granville
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