As a professor in the field of higher education and a student affairs administration, understanding how college students learn, grow and develop is foundational to my scholarly and professional agenda. While a focus on the development of all college student populations has been central to my formal training, development of diverse student populations has been …

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As part of the 2017 President’s Lecture & Culture Series, Prairie View A&M University will host the second annual juried art contest. All works submitted are in conjunction with the National Black History Month theme, The Crisis in Black Education and sub theme Black Lives Matter. The following mediums are acceptable to submit: painting, drawing, …

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Accompanied by their professor, 20 students from Xi’an, China are visiting “The Hill” for 30 days during their winter break. This group is the first from Xi’an International Studies University to come to Prairie View A&M University to get an American University experience. For the past seven years, the PVAMU Honors program has sent 21 …

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Prairie View A&M University welcomes Pastor John R. Adolph, Thursday January 26th at 10 a.m. in the Opal Johnson – Smith Auditorium (MSC). Pastor Adolph will serve as the Guest Speaker for the 2017 General Assembly and kick off Black History Month and the President’s Lecture Series.   Pastor Adolph is a native Houstonian, pastor …

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A S-TEM grant in the amount of $1,000,000 has been awarded to The Roy G. Perry College of Engineering. The five-year STEM (S-STEM) grant is from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the “Engineering Scholars Program: Fostering the Next Generation of STEM Leaders” project. “The project is designed to increase the retention of students from …

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