Summation of Life & Leadership of FAMU’s PAST Presidents, Series Part 3: William H. A. Howard, Acting [1922-1924]

About the Series
In 1872, William H. A. Howard was born in Columbus, Georgia. Howard graduated from the Georgia Industrial School (now Savannah State University) and taught there under the direction of Nathan B. Young. Recruited by President Young to teach at FAMC, Howard had a stellar 20-year career becoming Dean of Mechanical Arts and innovator of FAMC’s military training program. …

SUMMATION OF THE LIFE & LEADERSHIP OF FAMU’S PAST PRESIDENTS, A SERIES

How can any FAMU alumni, Board member, administrator, faculty, student, or supporter give voice to FAMU’s future without understanding who we are and where we came from? Speaking for myself, it is easy to be well meaning, but lack understanding. This series is presented to link the past with the present and future. I could have cited sources and encouraged …