Dr. Carolyn Anderson Oral History Interview
Carolyn Anderson was the first full-time African-American faculty member at Appalachian State University in 1969-1970 where she taught mathematics. In 2015 she was awarded the Faces of Courage Award for her role in Appalachian's early diversity efforts. She received her Master's degree in Mathematics here at Appalachian in 1969.
Information discussed in the interview: childhood, early education, college education, student life, graduate school, being a professor at Appalachian, Mathematics department, administrators, the Boone community, and life after Appalachian.
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