Returned Peace Corps Vol, Bonthe & Bo, Sierra Leone; former maths educ lecturer at Ahmadu Bello Univ, Zaria, Nigeria; home and in-laws in Koforidua Ghana; now at Towson Univ, MD, US
Current work is in the US, but connections with Ghana, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone; research and teaching interests are in ethnomathematics (mathematics and cultural interactions) and math education; also higher education administration
As a Peace Corps Volunteer (long ago) I taught secondary maths at Bonthe Secondary School and later did teacher workshops in Bo, both in Sierra Leone; I taught maths educ at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria, for fifteen years and worked on the national school maths curriculum; I teach math education at Towson University in Maryland, USA and also served as Associate Graduate Dean for ten years. My late wife, Alberta Ohenewah, was from Koforidua, Ghana; our chidren were born in Zaria, Nigeria; my step-daughter lives in our family house in Koforidua, Ghana.
Fellow of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria