PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas– The spring 2008 issue of U.S. Black Engineer Magazine informs the world about how historically black colleges and university’s (HBCUs), such as Prairie View A&M University are going green through research and education.
Prairie A&M University College of Engineering faculty Judy Perkins, head of the PVAMU civil engineering department and associate professor Raghava Kommalapati are featured with their students for their research concerning methods to improve consumer use and conservation of water and agriculture.
Dr. Judy Perkins & Dr. Raghava Kommalapati with their students
To view the U.S. Black Engineer Magazine (spring 2008) article titled “Engineering the World From Cows to Cars”, please visit the link below: (view pages 48-49)
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Source: U.S. Black Engineer Magazine
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About Prairie View A&M University:
Ranked No. 27 on Black Enterprise magazine’s list of “Top 50 Colleges and Universities for American-Americans”, Prairie View A&M University was founded in 1876 and is the second-oldest public institution of higher education in Texas. With an established reputation for producing engineers, nurses and educators, PVAMU offers baccalaureate degrees in 50 academic majors, 37 master’s degrees and four doctoral degree programs through nine colleges and schools. A member of the Texas A&M University System, the university is dedicated to fulfilling its land-grant mission of achieving excellence in teaching, research and service. During the university’s 130-year history, nearly 48,000 academic degrees have been awarded. For more information regarding PVAMU, visit www.pvamu.edu.