The theme, Texas Youth Check-Up: Status of Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice is the highlight of the Spring Royce West Forum & Lecture Series on April 28, 2017. The spring series will present a report card on the status of youth violence and juvenile justice looking at Texas in comparison to the rest of the …

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Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month This month the Department of Mathematics is celebrating Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month. The department encourages students, faculty, administrators and staff to take a moment to reflect on the role mathematics and statistics plays in their lives. Why? Both subjects play a significant role in addressing many real-world problems–internet security, …

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Service-Learning Mini Grants The Volunteer Services Office is delighted to announce the availability of service-learning and/or community-based research Instructional Mini-Grants. Service-Learning Faculty Mini-Grants are available to fund the development of new service-learning courses or initiatives, for the improvement of existing ones, and/or for the implementation of community-based research projects Grants typically range from $500 up …

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MACH-III Center Inaugural Event (Minority Achievement Creativity and High Ability Center) Guest Speaker, Dr. Donna Y. Ford, Professor at Vanderbilt University Title: #BlackGiftedLivesMatter: How Equity Unwraps Gifts and Talents in Black Students Friday, May 5, 2017 8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Lecture Juvenile Justice Auditorium For more information, click MACH-III Center Building …

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PV Goes Teal

April 14, 2017

In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), the Office of EEO & Title IX is asking students, faculty and staff to wear teal on April 27, 2017. Teal is the official color of SAAM. For more information, click PV Goes Teal Contact Information Alexis Boyd Email : alboyd@pvamu.edu

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The Research Extension Apprentice Program (REAP) is a thirteen-day summer camp for high school juniors and seniors to provide enriching and rewarding experiences that help today’s generation of college bound students better understand careers in agriculture and the food sciences. It includes a field trip experience and numerous opportunities to engage and interact with the …

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