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A Potentially Novel Way To Deliver Medicine To Defective Cells

October 29 - A medical breakthrough is under development on the campus of Prairie View A&M University. PVAMU scientists are collaborating on a project that once completed, will result in a new way to deliver medicine to cancer cells. Doctors Aderemi Oki and Laura Carson from the College of Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry [...]

CEP Program Leader Honored For Dedication to Building Minority Businesses

October 29 - Prairie View A&M University’s Cooperative Extension Program (CEP) brings home a national award.  CEP Program Leader, Jimmy Henry, is the 2018 recipient of the 1890 Excellence in Extension Award. He received the honor at the annual Association of Extension Administrators meeting of the Joint Southern Region Program Leadership Network meeting. As Program Leader [...]

Recover From Homecoming with a Natural Energy-Boosting Smoothie

October 29 - We’ve powered through a homecoming week filled with fun, friends, cheering on our beloved Panther football team, and celebrating Prairie View A&M University’s storied history. The week we’ve anticipated all semester has finally come and gone and you’ve enjoyed yourselves to the fullest, as you should. However; now, you may feel a [...]

Where Are They Now: Andra Collins-Johnson

October 29 - When you hear Prairie View A&M University produces productive people, believe it because it's true! PVAMU Graduate Andra Collins-Johnson came to the university in the fall of 1998 to pursue a degree in agriculture. Her life as a College of Agriculture and Human Sciences student took her to a place she couldn't [...]

CARC Scientist Ram Ray’s Research Published in Journal of Mountain Science

October 29 - Devastating impacts of landslides may now be averted thanks to research conducted by Cooperative Agricultural Research Center (CARC) Research Scientist Dr. Ram Ray along with his colleagues Dr. Jennifer Jacobs of University of New Hampshire, and Dr. Ellen Douglas of University of Massachusetts – Boston. The Journal of Mountain Science has published [...]

Where Are They Now: Horace Hodge

October 22, 2018 – Entering college as a young, wide-eyed freshman, many people have no idea where the journey will lead. Horace Hodge could not have imagined the path his life would take as he set out to attend Prairie View A&M University, where he would study in the College of Agriculture & Human Sciences [...]

Rancher Granted Loan with Help of Cooperative Extension Program

October 22, 2018 – What started as a hobby for a small-town girl has grown into a business on its way to success. Alexis Penta, the owner of the Double AJ Chicken Ranch, is a business owner who is benefitting from Prairie View A&M University's efforts to put the community first. The University's Cooperative Extension [...]

The Small Ruminant Workshop Series Going Strong in its Second Year!

October 8, 2018 – Artificial insemination (AI) increases efficiency, provides better genetics, and increases the quality of  livestock across the country.  On the campus of Prairie View, A&M University, the Artificial Insemination (AI) Workshop, is the first of the 2018 Small Ruminant Workshop Series. The Program is a collaboration with the Agriculture and Natural Resources [...]

Where Are They Now: Kashara Bell, CAHS Graduate

October 8, 2018 – Everyone's journey to agriculture isn't always the same. For Kashara Bell, a chance opportunity in graduate school led to a new experience and an exhilarating career in agriculture.  During her time as Prairie View A&M University undergrad, Kashara majored in Criminal Justice and would go on to receive a Masters in [...]

CAHS Freshman Selected as USDA/1890 National Scholar

October 4, 2018 – Living a healthy lifestyle may be a long-term goal for many, College of Agriculture & Human Sciences (CAHS) student Kristina Edwards is putting her plan into action. The Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) freshman is one of three new students sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to attend [...]