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Department of Agriculture, Nutrition and Human Ecology
Agriculture and Business Multipurpose Building
805 A.G. Cleaver Street
Prairie View, TX 77446
T: (936) 261-2540
F: (936) 261-2501
Cooperative Agricultural Research Center
745 Jessie and Mary Gibbs Jones Agricultural Research Building
620 E.E. O’Banion Street
P.O. Box 519; MS 2008
Prairie View, TX 77446
T: (936) 261-5000
F: (936) 261-9975
Cooperative Extension Program
761 Carden-Waller Cooperative Extension Building
250 E.M. Norris Street
P.O. Box 519; MS 2001
Prairie View, TX 77446
T: (936) 261-5148
F: (936) 261-5143
College of Agriculture and Human Sciences
AG is BACK!
Making it Better. Making it Matter
– Dr. Gerard D’Souza, Dean and Director of Land Grant Programs
The College of Agriculture and Human Sciences’ rich tradition dates back to 1879 when Prairie View A&M University expanded its academic curriculum. That’s when, agriculture and home economics began to pave the way for impactful programs that address some the most significant challenges facing the world today.
We’re leaders in the true land-grant tradition of teaching, research, and service through core components such as academic, extension, and research. Students are exposed to a diverse curriculum through the Department of Agriculture, Nutrition, and Human Ecology and are equipped to address complex social issues facing our world in the areas of food, agricultural, human and natural resource sciences.
Animal lovers can feed their passion in an animal science program where industry-experienced professors and research scientists bring animal genetics to life.
Education extends far beyond the classroom and laboratories and onto the farm. With more than 700 acres of farmland right on campus, students receive the coveted hands-on experience.
See how we are putting the ‘A’ in Agriculture at #PVAMU.
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June 17 – The College of Agriculture and Human Sciences participated in the second year of the Texas AgriForestry Summit, an event hosted by an emerging organization, the Texas AgriForestry Small Farmers and Ranchers (TASFR). This event, held on June 6th-7th, 2019, is geared toward assisting minority and socially-disadvantaged farmers of the rural communities across […]
June 17 – The old saying remains true to Prairie View A&M University: Prairie View Produces Productive People. College of Agriculture and Human Sciences ’95 alumnus Patrice Bailey has taken his PVAMU roots with him throughout his career and into his new role helping to lead the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. What does a kid […]
By: Taelor Smith June 17 – In the modern eras of human existence on earth, climate change has been the result of human activities that interfere with the planet’s atmosphere. This ultimately impacts all ecosystems across the globe. With the help of a grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Prairie View A&M […]
June 3 –The College of Agriculture and Human Sciences recently welcomed Future Farmers of America (FFA) students of Texas Area III for their annual Convention and Degree Check. On May 16th and 17th, more than 500 high school students roamed the Prairie View A&M University campus to participate in the 2019 Texas FFA Area III […]
June 3 – The College of Agriculture and Human Sciences, under the leadership of Dean Gerard D’Souza, has embarked on providing experiential learning activities for CAHS student as it relates to providing healthy, nutritious produce to the surrounding community while also igniting the passion of students here on Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) campus through […]
June 3 – When you’re born and raised in a rural community helping to look after hogs, chickens, and cattle, it would seem going off to college to learn more about agriculture would be an automatic decision. For Demetrius Reed, a visit to Prairie View A&M University for Pantherland Day would seal his fate for […]
May 20 – The Office of Research, Innovation, and Sponsored Programs (ORISP) and the Office of Provost and Academic Affair came together to host Research Week, an event purposed to recognize and celebrate the research taking place at Prairie View A&M University by faculty members, scientists, and students. Held April 10-12, 2019, the inaugural Research […]
May 20 – Following its tradition of bringing agriculture to the masses, the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences hosted its annual AG Day on “The Hill” to close out the spring semester. This event brought together community members, students, and local agriculture producers for an opportunity to learn, explore and network. Formerly known as […]
May 20 – The International Goat Research Center at Prairie View A&M University continues to lead the way in animal research through its innovative discovery in all aspects of better developing agriculture for the future. A team of Cooperative Agricultural Research Center (CARC) researchers under the direction of the Animal Systems Research Scientist Leader, Dr. […]
May 20 – Travel and new experiences are a grand part of a student’s college experience. The College of Agriculture and Human Sciences ensured such an opportunity for students who spent their spring break studying agriculture in Costa Rica. Under the leadership of Research Scientist Dr. Noel Estwick, nine students embarked on a week-long journey, […]
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