Harold Martin

CAREER
1980: Joined the faculty of N.C. A&T in the department of electrical engineering
1985-1987: Chairman of the department of electrical engineering, N.C. A&T
1987-1994: Adjunct faculty member
1989-1994: Dean of the College of Engineering, N.C. A&T
1994-1999: Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, N.C. A&T
2000-2006: Chancellor, Winston-Salem State University
July 2006-June 2009: Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, UNC general administration
June 2009 - Chancellor, N.C. A&T State University
Apr 23, 2010: Installed as N.C. A&T’s 12th chancellor.
May 2012: N.C. A&T Chancellor Harold L. Martin and High Point businessman Zaki Khalifa are recipients of this year’s Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award.
Nov. 2012: President Barack Obama appointed N.C. A&T Chancellor Harold Martin to the Board for International Food and Agricultural Development.
The board advises the U.S. Agency for International Development on agriculture and higher education issues important to food insecurity in developing countries. The president appoints members, who primarily represent the academic community.

Education
Bachelor’s and master’s of science degrees in electrical engineering, N.C. A&T.
Ph.D. in electrical engineering, Virginia Tech.

Family
Wife, Davida, county attorney for Forsyth County; sons Harold Jr., a graduate of Morehouse College, Harvard Business School and Yale Law School; and Walter, a graduate of Hampton University who attends the University of Maryland dental school.


Compiled by Joe Killian, News & Record Staff Writer; Diane Lamb News Researcher


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