Dr. James A. Wilson, Jr. Receives International Study Abroad Award

Dr. James A. Wilson, Jr., associate provost for Academic Affairs and director of the Honors Program, was recently awarded the Dr. Kenneth L. Clinton International Study Abroad Education Programs Award.  The awards ceremony was held at Texas A&M University – Commerce in Commerce, Texas. Wilson was nominated for this award by his colleague, Dr. LaVelle [...]

Digital Transcripts Coming to “The Hill”

Prairie View A&M University has partnered with Parchment Send service to make transcripts available online. The new electronic version of your transcript can be sent directly to your email and will launch in May. Since its founding in 2013, Parchment Inc. has assisted with the exchange of 18 million transcripts and other credentials. “Parchment will [...]

Spring 2017 Commencement Guide


College of Agriculture and Human Sciences Hosts “Ag Field Day” This Weekend

The Annual Agricultural Field Day “Ag Field Day”, hosted by the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences, will be held April 28th and 29th on the Demonstration Farm at Prairie View A&M University (Main Campus) and at the Carden-Waller Cooperative Extension Building. The event is open to the public and will address issues and showcase [...]

President’s Pitches in Honor of “42”

George C. Wright, Ph.D., president of Prairie View A&M University, was invited to throw out the first pitch at the Houston Astros' game. The franchise celebrated Jackie Robinson Day and the 70th anniversary of him breaking Major League Baseball’s color barrier. Wright said it was indeed a pleasure and honor to attend Minute Maid Park for the [...]

Engineering Students Participate in Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol

Prairie View A&M University participated in the Council of Public University Presidents and Chancellors’ Undergraduate Research Day late March. Marquise Williams, (insert details), traveled to Austin to present about Target Identification and Tracking Using a UAV and Big Data Analytics. Advised by Dr. Lijun Qian, he, along with several other students, developed identification and tracking [...]

PVAMU Student’s to Compete for over $70,000 in Business Competition

  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 [...]

Members of the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences Return to “The Hill” Triumphant after a Huge Win in Atlanta

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 [...]

Endowed Chair/Professor Chosen to Present in Australia This Summer

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 [...]

International Scholar and Library Leader Visits “The Hill” during National Library Week

Prairie View A&M University hosted Dr. Denice Adkins during National Library Week, April 9-15. Dr. Adkins is an associate professor at the University of Missouri School of Information Science & Learning Technologies and joins us as part of the International Federation of Library Associates Fellowship and Mentoring program (IFLA). IFLA serves as the leading international [...]