Prairie View A&M University students will compete in the seventh annual Texas Christian University’s Richards Barrentine Values and Ventures Competition April 21 -22. Presented by the TCU Neeley Entrepreneurship Center, the college business plan competition is unique. “Students must present a plans for a for-profit business that will benefit the community, environment or specific …

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At the beginning of the month, researchers, faculty members, and their students from the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences presented 36 oral and poster presentations at the 18th Association of 1890 Research Directors, Inc. (ARD) Research Symposium 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. While there, 36 presentations were given by ten scientists/faculty/post-doctoral fellows, 19 undergraduate and …

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Dr. Fred Bonner II has been selected to present an international lecture in Australia. In June, he will travel abroad to present about Building on Resilience: Models and Frameworks of Education Success for Diverse Australian and U.S. Students. This presentation and was created to increase research literacy that focuses on successes of African American students in …

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The Prairie View A&M University Student Government Association held elections early this week, for Executive Cabinet positions. Students voted throughout the day on Tuesday, based on candidate platforms and who they thought would best serve the student body during the 2017-2018 academic school year. Nearing the end of the night, results came in and the new …

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As we approach the close of the spring semester, Prairie View A&M University is mourning the loss of students, Mr. Christopher Chappell and Tristan Houston, who passed away late last week.  Chappell, a junior double major in communications and theater arts was a native of Montgomery, Alabama. Chappell relocated to Houston in 2007, where he …

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