Bonner 22

Dr. Fred A Bonner, II, Professor and Endowed Chair of Educational Leadership in the Whitlowe R. Green College of Education recently presented the W.E.B. DuBois Distinguished Lecture during the Research Focus on Black Education-Special Interest Group business meeting at the American Education Research Association annual conference.  Bonner’s presentation was entitled “Because Someone Crossed the Bridge: …

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COB Symposium22

    More than 40 students in seven teams from the Consumer Behavior and Marketing Communications courses presented research papers during the Annual Research Symposium: “A decade of excellence in research: Cultivating intellectual growth”. Dr. Kishwar Joonas, Associate Professor of Marketing, has implemented this project in her curriculum since 2005. Early in the semester, Dr. …

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PASH

                        Prairie View A&M University congratulates Ashley Harbeson for receiving a top scholarship from the Petroleum Accountants Society of Houston (PASH).  Each year, PASH hosts Education Day where the organization awards scholarships, sponsorships and grants to local colleges and universities that have petroleum accounting …

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Raghava-Rao-Kommalapati

Raghava Rao Kommalapati, Ph.D., P.E., BCEE, F.ASCE has been elected as Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the leading professional association affiliated with Civil Engineering.  Dr. Kommalapati is currently the director of the National Science Foundation CREST Center for Energy  and Environmental Safety and professor of civil and environmental engineering.  This honor is all the …

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Prairie View A&M University

Four students from the College of Business are embracing their entrepreneurial spirit and competing in the 5th annual Richards Barrentine Values and Ventures® Business Plan Competition hosted by Texas Christian University’s Neely School of Business. This year, students from a record 49 universities are headed to TCU April 10-11 to compete for more than $70,000 …

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