Professor of English
Dr. Emmanuel Ngwang, was born in Cameroon, Africa on December 6, 1956 where he went to elementary school. He graduated from the University of Yaounde in 1977 with a bachelor’s degree in English. After teaching high school for three years, he came to the University of Wisconsin for his master’s degree in August 1980.
Dr. Emmanuel Ngwang couldn’t stand the cold weather there and migrated to Edmond, Oklahoma where he completed his M.A . He then moved up to Stillwater for His Ph.D. in English, graduating in December 1986, and in 1987 he returned to Cameroon where he taught for ten years.
In 1997, he returned to the States, and has been here since. Dr. Emmanuel Ngwang has lived and taught in Indiana, Bloomington, Kentucky State University, Mississippi Valley State University, Claflin University in South Carolina, and now in Tyler, TX.
Dr. Emmanuel Ngwang has won several national and regional academic awards for research and publications, published a textbook and several articles in peer-reviewed journals. He is hardworking and has overcome lots of obstacles: political, racial and economic to be where he is. Dr. Emmanuel Ngwang counts all this success on his strong family ties and the leadership of God