OKAT program mug

Thanks to a partnership with the PVAMU College of Agriculture and Human Sciences, students from DeSoto Independent School District had the opportunity to participate in the recent Fort Worth Livestock Show and Rodeo. CAHS and DeSoto ISD have joined forces to create the One Kid at a Time (OKAT) program. The initiative provides participants with …

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Building Groundbreakings

The landscape of Prairie View A&M University will soon be changing thanks to the addition of new buildings. The University celebrated the groundbreakings on Jan. 23 for the new academic building that will house the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences and the College of Business as well as the new retail and bowling center. …

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General Assembly mug

The spring 2014 General Assembly provided a motivational start to the semester thanks to Rev. Terry K. Anderson of Lilly Grove Baptist Church in Houston. Anderson captivated the audience with his powerful and inspiring words on “Embracing your Individuality.” The crowd listened intently and cheered as he explained the tools and mindset necessary to accomplish …

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Winter Weather Advisory

January 23, 2014

January 27, 2014   OFFICE OF BUSINESS AFFAIRS MEMORANDUM No. FY14-34 Distributed via Campus Email   To:       Faculty, Staff, and Students From:  Corey S. Bradford Senior Vice President for Business Affairs Re:      Winter Weather Advisory The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Harris and Waller counties, encompassing all PVAMU locations. The …

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Dr. Felecia Nave

Dr. Felecia Nave, associate provost and associate vice president for Academic Affairs, has been named an Emerging Scholar by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. Nave, also an associate professor in Chemical Engineering, was named as one of the dynamic “under 40” scholars based on her research, educational background, publishing and teaching records and the uniqueness …

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