Prairie View A&M University

The Model United Nation (MUN) student organization, along with universities nationwide, will take their annual trip to New York City for a visit to the United Nations Headquarters. Participants act as diplomats of assigned countries and are voted to serve on various committees. The students compile research on the country throughout the  academic year. Research …

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The PVAMU Humanitarian Award is awarded annually to a PVAMU student and general member of the greater community, whose lives exemplify a spirit of love and helpfulness to others. One of PVAMU’s most prestigious awards given to a student or individual, the award honors individuals who are making outstanding contributions to the University, the state …

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Each year, we pause to celebrate women who have made huge contributions to all areas of society. Join us throughout the month of March as we highlight the achievements of women and tell their story of resilience, power and innovation.   National Theme: “Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives”   March 23 Hat-Making Workshop – …

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Dr. Pat Smith

Texas A&M System Chancellor John Sharp recently honored the 2015 inductees for the Chancellor’s Academy of Teacher Educators. The Academy recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the field of teacher education and highlights the role of the A&M System in producing K-12 teachers for the state of Texas. Among this year’s inductees are …

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Dr. P. Freeman

The Whitlowe R. Green College of Education is pleased to announce that Dr. Pamela Barber-Freeman has been selected as the President Elect of the Research Association of Minority Professors (RAMP). RAMP is an educational and scientific research organization founded in 1975 by Dr. Frank T. Hawkins from the Department of Mathematics at Prairie View A&M University in Prairie …

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