An interdisciplinary team of students took second place in the inaugural 2017 HBCU Battle of the Brains hosted by the National Black MBA Association Austin Chapter at SXSW held March 10-13, 2017.  The event was designed to bring together “the best and brightest college and graduate school students representing Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) …

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Summer is a great time to explore a college campus, take courses to get ahead and experience college life.  Motivated high school students interested in studying business can take advantage of the Business Scholars Summer program created for incoming freshmen or the BASIS Pre-College program designed especially for ninth through eleventh grade students.  Deadlines are …

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Dr. Louis Ngamassi, associate professor of MIS, completed a 10-week summer research program at Purdue University with VACCINE (Visual Analytics for Command, Control, and Interoperability Environments). The VACCINE program is in conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Summer Research Team for Minority Serving Institutions program, which seeks to enhance the leadership at minority-serving …

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Students who need or prefer evening and/or online business courses have a number of options from which to choose in fall. PVAMU Northwest Houston Center Courses ACCT 3213: Intermediate Accounting I ACCT 4223: Auditing MGMT 3103: Principles of Management MISY 2013: Fundamentals of MIS Online Undergraduate Business Courses (Section Z – Internet) BLAW 2203: Legal …

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