US Black Engineer

Congratulations to the Chemical Engineering Department for having their graduates, Charleen Townsel, process and systems lead at Baker Hughes and Kesha Hagerman, operations engineer at Chevron Phillips, Chemical Company recognized for outstanding achievement in the latest issue of U.S. Black Engineer and Information Technology Magazine.   The issue highlighted outstanding graduates.  

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Stephanie Hernandez

Stephanie Hernandez, a brand new graduate from the School of Architecture, is featured in the Fall 2014 BARA Building Parkland Project Newsletter.   Hernandez landed a coveted internship to work with BARA, a joint venture team formed to provide construction management services, on a large hospital project last summer.  Her duties included assisting the inspection team with …

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Dr. Cajetan M. Akujuobi, Vice President for Research & Dean, Graduate Studies has accepted a nomination to join the Texas Society for Biomedical Research (TSBR) Board of Directors. The Texas Society for Biomedical Research (TSBR) is a statewide, private non-for-profit organization whose mission is to promote research and education in the biomedical sciences. The goals of …

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  The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Assessment is a program designed to help PVAMU determine if incoming freshman students are ready for college-level course work in the general areas of reading, writing and mathematics.  All incoming students are required to take the TSI Assessment unless the student has been declared exempt.  Online Registration is now open for TSI testing and procedures for …

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John W. Franklin

February 11, 2015

John W. Franklin serves as the cultural historian and senior manager in the Office of External Affairs, at the Smithsonian’s 19th museum, the National Museum of African American History and Culture. For the past 25 years,  he  has worked on African American, African and African Diaspora programs at the Smithsonian. Initially, he served as researcher and French language …

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