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Bonner Pens Op-Ed on ‘Blackness in the Academy’ for Diverse Issues in Higher Education

PVAMU Professor helping change Hearne ISD educational culture and student performance

PVAMU College of Education professor  is part of a dream team helping Hearne ISD improve academic performance By: Michael Douglas Prairie View, TX – A chance meeting several years ago between Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) College of Education Professor Tyrone Tanner and Adrian Johnson, has become a pivotal connection in the radical transformation of [...]

Summit Keynoters: Mentors of Black and Latinx Male Youth Must Stay Focused

Aldine ISD teacher selected as the We Teach Texas Leadership Fellow for PVAMU

Texas A&M System fellowship grows local talent to lead local schools   Simone Jarmon is the Prairie View A&M University selection for the first-ever We Teach Texas Leadership Fellow Scholarship. “Smart, dedicated teachers like Simone Jarmon are working hard every day to make our public schools a success,” Chancellor Sharp said. “The We Teach Texas [...]

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 [...]

Prairie View A&M University participates in We Teach Texas initiative

Prairie View A&M’s Whitlow R. Green College of Education was established by the 16th Texas Legislature specifically for the training of African American teachers. Prairie View A&M prides itself on the impact that its graduates have made to multi-cultural students across the nation. Prairie View A&M has a legacy of preparing and cultivating educators who [...]

Bonner theorizes an alternative framework for the Black male experience

The theorizing and theoretical frameworks speaking to the male experience, particularly the Black male experience has tended to emanate from a place of deficit thinking and pathology. Hence, for Black males and those who study this population, engaging in critical discourse about their epistemological and ontological being is at best lopsided.

PVAMU to Host International Tech Conference

Academic researchers, industry professionals, and scholars from more than 13 countries across the world are headed to Prairie View A&M University for the 29th Annual Conference of the International Information Management Association (IIMA) and the 5th Annual Conference of the International Conference on Information and Economic Development (ICITED) October 8-10, 2018. Attendees will be a [...]

Fred A. Bonner, Ed.D. To Speak at Educational Summit

Fred A. Bonner II, Ed.D., professor, endowed chair in Educational Leadership and Counseling and founder and director of the MACH-III Center at Prairie View A&M University, will serve as a speaker for the 11th Annual Educational Summit hosted by the Texas Caucus of Black School Board Members. "It's an organization that focuses on issues that [...]