NORFOLK, Va. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: On May 13, 2014, Dr. Archie W. Earl, Sr., Associate Professor of Mathematics, in the College of Science, Engineering, and Technology, at Norfolk State University, received a Service Award, recognizing him for 25 Years of Service Excellence to the Commonwealth of Virginia.
State supported institutions of higher education, for which Dr. Earl has taught, have included Tidewater Community College, Christopher Newport University, Old Dominion University, and Norfolk State University.
He has also served as an instructor in the State’s Rehabilitative School Authority and as a consultant for the Virginia Department of Education.
Dr. Earl received his early education in the Suffolk and Chesapeake public school systems, in Virginia. He is a graduate of the former Crestwood High School, of Chesapeake, Virginia. He received his BS, in mathematics, from Norfolk State University (in 1971), his MA, in mathematics, from Hampton University (in 1976), and his Certificate of Advanced Study (in 1983) and EdD (in 1986), in higher education administration, from the College of William and Mary, in Virginia.
Earl has been internationally recognized, by the International Biographical Centre, in London, England, as an Outstanding Intellectual of the 21st Century.
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