Earns a Bachelor of Science, with honors, from Michigan State University and works as a research assistant.
Achieves a Master of Science in mathematics from Michigan State University and works as a teaching assistant.
Is an instructor and chairman of the Department of Mathematics at Port Huron Junior College until 1960.
Is assistant to the comptroller at the Michigan Bell Telephone Company; Is an instructor at the University of Redlands until 1963.
Is a teaching assistant in mathematics at the University of California (UC), Riverside until 1965.
Obtains a Doctor of Philosophy in mathematics from UC Riverside; Is a consultant at the Atomic Energy Commission in Oak Ridge, TN.
Is an assistant and associate professor of mathematics at the University of Tennessee until 1969.
Is a postdoctoral fellow at the Brookhaven National Laboratory until 1968.
Is an associate prof. and head of the Mathematics Dept. at Drexel University and an adjunct associate prof. of pharmacology at Temple University Medical School until 1972.
Serves as vice president of academic affairs at Russell Sage College until 1974.
Is a prof. of mathematics and computing sciences and is dean of the School of Sciences and Health Professions at Old Dominion University until 1978.
Serves as president and a professor of mathematics and computer science at Georgia Southern University until 1986.
Serves as president, a professor of mathematics and is the leader in creating American University in Bulgaria at the University of Maine until 1991.
Serves as president and a professor of mathematics at Florida State University until 1994.
Is one of two professors in the Learning Systems Institute and Department of Education Leadership at Florida State University until 2008.
Is selected as one of 40 Alumni Who Makes a Difference by UC Riverside; Is a major professor for 10 doctoral students through 2005.
Is chairman of the board of directors of HyLighter, LLC and continues in the role; Receives the Distinguished Alumni Award from Michigan State University.
Is named emeritus president and university professor at Florida State University.
Receives the International Peace Prize from the United Cultural Convention.
Serves on the board of trustees of Graceland University until 2020.