Walls, 62, taught chemistry at Morgan State.
Walls, who taught biochemistry at Morgan State University for 28 years and |
joined the faculty of Morgan State in August 1978 and retired this month because
health. She taught courses in biochemistry, organic chemistry, and general chemistry.|
was so dedicated to teaching she taught her last class four days before she died,"
said her son, Edward Walls, a Peace Corps volunteer in Alba Iulia, Romania. "She
had to be wheeled into the classroom. She could not walk or use her right arm.
wanted to conduct her last exam. Teaching was the most important part of her
her career, Dr. Walls conducted protein research related to human immunodeficiency
virus infection. She also wrote scientific articles. Dr. Walls was an accomplished
contract bridge player and traveled the world.|
include her husband of 35 years, Dr. Philip D. Walls, a Social Security Administration
psychiatrist; and another son, Wesley Walls of Baltimore. |
will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Divinity Lutheran Church, 1220 Pro-vidence
Road, Towson. |