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$70 Million Engineering Building Coming to PVAMU, Amid Rising Enrollment

Exterior image of Roy G. Perry College of Engineering’s Electrical Engineering Building. PRAIRIE VIEW, TEXAS (November 5, 2019) - Construction is expected to begin next year on a $70 million Engineering Classroom and Research Building at Prairie View A&M University. The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents approved the plans at its [...]

PVAMU Professor Selected as A&M System Regents Professor

PRAIRIE VIEW, TEXAS (November 1, 2019) - John H. Fuller, Ph.D., P.E., a professor in Prairie View A&M University’s Roy G. Perry College of Engineering, was selected for The Texas A&M University System’s Regents Professor Award. The Board of Regents designated a total of 13 faculty members and eight agency service, extension, or research professionals [...]

PVAMU Engineering Center Awarded $5M for Sustainable Energy Research

CEES Investigators - front row (left to right): Drs. Sheena M. Reeves, Ananda Amarasekara, Nabila Shamim, Magesh Rajan, Raghava R. Kommalapati, Emmanuel U. Nzewi, Sherri Frizell, and Ms. Kimberly Washington. Back row: Drs. April Lovelady, Doeun Choe, Ziaul Huque, Ripendra Awal, Peter Ampim, and Hongbo Du. PRAIRIE VIEW, TEXAS (October 21, 2019) - [...]

PVAMU Secures Federal Grant to Expand Cybersecurity Research

PRAIRIE VIEW, TEXAS (October 16, 2019) - Students and faculty interested in cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and computer forensics now have enhanced learning opportunities at Prairie View A&M University, due to a new grant from the Department of Defense (DoD). Shumon Alam, Ph.D., research scientist and principal investigator (PI) of the project, says the $432,854 award [...]

PVAMU’s Dr. Obiomon encourages women and minorities in STEM on Houston Matters show

PVAMU Part of Google’s Tech Exchange Program in Silicon Valley

This spring, a group juniors from Prairie View A&M University’s computer science program is taking part in Google’s Tech Exchange program in Mountain View, California. Shane May-Gunlogson, Kayla R. Butler, and Devyn I. Allen are among over 60 students selected to sharpen their skills living and studying on Google’s main campus. The year-long initiative brings [...]

PVAMU wins HBCU Battle of the Brains during SXSW

Prairie View A&M University Panthers won this year's HBCU Battle of the Brains competition in Austin on March 10, 2019, during South by Southwest (SXSW). PVAMU’s team conquered well-known HBCU rivalries battling it out, winning $25,000 – and bragging rights. The event's mission is to promote the talented business and STEM students within the African American [...]

PVAMU’s Research Partnership Wins National Science Foundation’s HBCU Collaboration Grant

Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) and Texas Southern University (TSU) are collaborators on a nearly $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The project is called Excellence in Research: Collaborative Research: Strengthen the Foundation of Big Data Analytics via Interdisciplinary Research among HBCUs. “Our teams have joined forces to enhance the research capabilities of PVAMU [...]

PVAMU International Student One of the Top Chosen for GE Aviation Summit

A PVAMU engineering student recently had the chance to represent the university at a leadership summit for women. Maria Rossana Ruiz, a senior set to graduate with a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering spring 2019, was chosen as one in the top 30 of 950 candidates to attend the General Electric (GE) Aviation Female [...]

Students Win Big During Annual Pathways Student 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 [...]