Alumni Success Stories

Alumni Success Stories Archives - College of Agriculture and Human Sciences

Where Are They Now: Dexter Arkadie, Agriculture Teacher

Dexter Arkadie December 10 - Dexter Arkadie grew up in a rural area and frequently spent his time caring for animals, particularly horses and cows. With this budding familiarity in agriculture, he developed a passion for helping animals and knew it would be something he wanted to do for life. This prompted him [...]

Where Are They Now: Neal Baines, CEP Administrative Officer

November 3 - It's quite common for alumni to be proud, loyal and dedicated to their colleges or Universities, but when it comes to his alma mater, Mr. Neal Baines takes dedication to a whole new level. Baines' hard work has always made him a stand out. He grew up in a rural community and [...]

Where Are They Now: Chad Reese, Agricultural Science Teacher

November 26 - Coming from a family of Prairie View A&M Panthers, the college Chad Reese would attend had pretty much been decided for him. The even deeper family history of practicing agriculture would prove to serve him well as he pursued a degree in the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences. Agriculture had always [...]

Dr. Zelia Wiley

Osadeba Omokaro

Osadeba Omokaro is moving up the ranks in the corporate world to his new position as a District Sales Manager for Monsanto. He will be responsible for the management of personnel who handle product allocations, distribution, and sales. He will now hold roles such as training advisor, account manager, and funding manager. Message form Osadeba: I [...]

Conlee Paul Herrera Fry

Conlee Paul Herrera Fry is a senior from Hockley, Texas currently studying Animal Science in the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences. Conlee’s success in the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences is attributed in part to his experience gained from the visit he and other students took to Namibia which reinforced his desire to [...]

Inclement Weather Alert 9-20-2019

Due to inclement weather, the main campus and the northwest Houston center will delay opening until 10 a.m. The safety of our faculty, staff and students is of the utmost concern, please exercise caution as you make your way to campus. The College of Nursing, Medical center campus will remain closed today.