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Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) and the University’s 2015 Cluster Company of the Year, The Lockheed Martin Corporation, joined forces to promote PVAMU’s STEM programs.  Vice President and Deputy, Civil Space, Space Systems, Wanda A. Sigur and Derek McGowan, Program Manager STEM, Generations, Higher Education from Lockheed Martin Corporation presented PVAMU with a $98,000 check …

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Senfronia Thompson is the representative of Texas’ House District 141, first elected in 1973. Thompson has served longer in the Texas Legislature than any other woman or African American in Texas history. Thompson is serving as the chair of the Local & Consent Calendars Committee. She also sits on the Judiciary & Civil Jurisprudence, the …

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PVAMU Architecture Students, who built an energy-efficient model home for Race to Net Zero Competition, were honored with the Design Excellence Award by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for their project. Each year, DOE sponsors the Race to Zero Student Design Competition as a means to engage undergraduate students, graduate students, and university faculty …

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College of Business Students Research International Market Profiles, Present Research at Annual Symposium 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 …

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Dr. Terence Hicks, a professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling, co-edited a book entitled “High School to College Transition Research Studies” with Dr. Chance Lewis.  Lewis is the Carol Grotnes Belk Distinguished Professor of Urban Education at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and the Executive Director of the University of …

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