Staff Archives - Academic Affairs

COB Dean Leads Bangladesh Development Initiative

Dr. Munir Quddus, professor and dean of Prairie View A&M University’s College of Business, was born and educated in the South Asian country of Bangladesh. Since coming to the United States at the age of 22 to get his master’s and doctorate degrees, he has made it one of his life’s missions to work for [...]

Associate Provost Named ACE Fellow

The American Council on Education (ACE) announced Dr. James A. Wilson, Jr., Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and Director of Faculty Innovation and Enhancement (FIE) at Prairie View A&M University, as an ACE Fellow for its 2019-20 program. Thirty-nine Fellows were selected to begin work this fall following nominations by senior administration at each of their [...]

Joint Effort by PVAMU Faculty, Staff, Students Offers Free Tax Help

Prairie View A&M University’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program once again offered free income tax preparation January through March. The program, a partnership between the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and PVAMU’s College of Business (COB) and Cooperative Extension Program (CEP) under the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences (CAHS), utilized PVAMU faculty, staff, and [...]

Executive Director to Become First African-American President-Elect of TxDLA

Beginning this July, Charlene Stubblefield, executive director of Prairie View A&M University’s Center for Instructional Innovation and Technology Services (CIITS), will step into her new role as president-elect of the Texas Distance Learning Association (TxDLA), the leading Texas membership association for distance learning professionals. She will be the first African-American elected into this position in [...]

Training Specialist Featured in National Newsletter

Dr. Angela Broadus, Training Specialist at the Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center at Prairie View A&M University, was featured in the American Psychological Association’s Society of Addiction Psychology Fall 2018 newsletter, SoAP Box. SoAP Box is released three times a year and features articles relevant to the science and practice of addiction psychology, as well [...]

First Aid Training Addresses Youth Mental Health

This fall, Prairie View A&M University’s Texas Juvenile Crime Prevention Center hosted a first aid training on youth mental health. Teachers, counselors, and school resource officers from surrounding school districts, as well as officials with the Prairie View Police Department and the City of Prairie View attended the training on November 2 for free. “The [...]

Students Win Big at 15th Annual TAMUS Research Symposium

Nine Prairie View A&M University students took home awards at the Texas A&M University System’s Pathways Student Research Symposium, which was held November 1-2 at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas. Graduate deans from each member institution host the annual event. “Prairie View A&M University students have consistently presented competitive and intriguing research during [...]

PVAMU Team Visits Panama as Part of Trade Delegation

A team from Prairie View A&M University traveled to Panama City, Panama to participate in a trade delegation. Fifteen business leaders from across Texas participated in the annual event including Senior Vice President for Business Affairs Dr. Corey Bradford, College of Business Dean Dr. Munir Quddus, and College of Agriculture and Human Sciences Associate Dean [...]

New Internship Gives Students Opportunity to Reverse Gender Violence

Prairie View A&M University’s Title IX Office and Relationship and Sexual Violence Program (RSVP) are getting a boost from PVAMU’s sociology department. Students now have the opportunity to intern with Title IX and RSVP to help change the culture of relationship and sexual violence on campus. “Last fall, I taught a family violence class, and [...]

One Year after Harvey, Extension Agent Continues to Help Residents

A year ago, Hurricane Harvey devastated southeast Texas including Houston and its surrounding areas, and today, recovery efforts are ongoing. “Resident needs, and the needs of those who were impacted, are still at an all-time high,” said Liberty County Extension Agent James Motton II. “With the help of Prairie View A&M University’s Cooperative Extension Program [...]