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Bonner scheduled to speak at Akita International University in Japan

Later this month, Dr. Fred A. Bonner, II, Professor and Endowed Chair in Prairie View A&M University’s Whitlowe R. Green College of Education, will speak at Akita International University in Japan. The provost of the university invited him to campus to deliver a series of lectures to faculty and students. “One lecture will focus on [...]

NFL Draft Results 2019: Raiders select PVAMU DE Quinton Bell

Silver and Black has run through the veins of the Bell family for decades. In 1991, the Los Angeles Raiders selected running back Nick Bell in the second round (No. 43 overall) of the NFL Draft. The Las Vegas native played three seasons for the team, totaling 853 rushing yards, seven touchdowns, 21 receptions, and [...]

PVAMU’s SBDC Welcomes New Director

Prairie View A&M University’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has a new director, Lloyd Wright. Wright began his tour at PVAMU on April 2, 2019. Wright’s new duties include managing the SBDC under PVAMU’s College of Business (COB). For nearly 15 years, the center has grown to be one of the leaders of economic development [...]

Panthers clinched back-to-back SWAC men’s golf titles

The Prairie View A&M Panthers clinched back-to-back titles with 2019 SWAC Golf Championships Low Medalist Laurence Crea leading the way shooting two over par against a highly competitive field. In all, the Panthers placed a total of four golfers inside the top ten on their way to claiming back-to-back titles for the first time in [...]

Munir Quddus, PVAMU College of Business dean featured in The Daily Star

By all accounts, Bangladesh has done exceptionally well over the past two decades. This is true for both economic and social progress, where the internationally accepted indicators have placed Bangladesh at the forefront of nations in the developing world in terms of reducing deep poverty and improving the lives of tens of millions of its [...]

PVAMU students win first-place in 2019 National MANRRS Quiz Bowl

Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS) brought home the first-place trophy in the National MANRRS Quiz Bowl Competition. The Panthers defeated the University of Maryland in the final round of competition. The contest took place at the National MANRRS Career Fair and Training Conference in Overland Park, [...]

New Podcast ‘The Overview’ Highlights University Achievements

The Office for Marketing and Communications is launching a monthly podcast, The Overview to share the great work and accomplishments of faculty, staff, and students on The Hill.  Our first episode turns the spotlight on the School of Architecture. We chat with Visiting Assistant Professor of Art alumna Ann Johnson. She offers insight on her approach [...]

PVAMU alumnus and drumline captain for Beyonce’s Coachella performance sits down with Fox 26

There is still lots of buzz about Beyonce's brand new live album and documentary "Homecoming." One of the performers featured is Houston drummer and former Prairie View A&M University Marching Storm member Larry Allen '07 and '10. Beyonce’ blew everyone's mind when she headlined Coachella a year ago, and now we're getting an in-depth, behind-the-scenes [...]

PVAMU hosts inaugural Young Investor Symposium for local high school students

Prairie View A&M University’s College of Business (COB) hosted its first-ever Young Investor Symposium for dozens of students from three area high schools (Nimitz High School, Cleveland High School, and Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy). According to Dr. Yi Zhang, associate professor of finance, the goal of the event was to expose young students to [...]

This Week on The Hill: Harold Owens joins Peace Corps

This Week on The Hill sits down with Harold Owens.Prairie View A&M University senior, English major Harold Ellis Owens has been selected to serve as a Peace Corps volunteer.The Houston, Texas native departs September 24 to immerse in the Senegal, West Africa community. Mr. Owens will spend two years working side by side [...]