CAHS Students Archives - College of Agriculture and Human Sciences

2019 USDA/1890 Scholarship Application Now Available

April 1 - Prairie View A&M University is one of the nation’s elite 1890 Historically Black Land-Grant Universities and with such an honor comes special reward for College of Agriculture and Human Sciences students. The 2019 USDA /1890 National Scholars Program application is now available for college-bound high school seniors and current college students. This [...]

Ag Students Win Big at Annual TAMUS Symposium

November 26 - The College of Agriculture and Human Sciences was well represented at the 2018 Pathways Student Research Symposium at West Texas A&M University. Of the 32 attending students from Prairie View A&M University, nine took home awards in subjects including Environmental Science, Engineering, Life Science, Humanities, and Agriculture. Congratulations to the CAHS students who represented [...]

New Deans Hope To Be A Fresh Start For Their Colleges

November 19 - Prairie View A&M University is in a season of change and it has been completely evident with the new leaders taking the initiative to help bring the university to the next level. This year, PVAMU found new leadership in the University President Dr. Ruth Simmons, and in the College of Agriculture & [...]

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 [...]

The Dean and Director of Land Grant Programs-90 Days In

October 1, 2018 – It has been an honor and a privilege to assume my unique role over the last 90 days as the new Dean and Director of Land Grant Programs in the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences. Since arriving on "The Hill," it has also been my distinct mission to deliver on the [...]

Why Ag Nutrition? A Student Profile

September 17, 2018 – It's one of the most important things a college student will do, choose a major. But choosing a major, that is right for you isn't always easy. Often young adults may have an idea of what they want to do, but it may not always correlate with what will make them [...]

Agricultural Students Participated as Volunteers with the Earth Team Bringing Hands-On Experiential Learning Activities to the Classroom

June 4, 2018 - Soil quality is an essential component to the sustainability of food and fiber production. It is also vital for clean air and water, livestock grazing, and many other functions that support life as we know it and for future generations. Undergraduate students in the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences (CAHS) [...]

CAHS Delegation Excels at 2017 National MANRRS Conference

Three Prairie View A&M University College of Agriculture and Human Sciences’ students received top awards for their research presented at the 2017 National Career Fair and Training Conference of the Society for Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS) in Pittsburgh, PA, March 30 – April 1.  The following students were recognized at [...]

Students’ Goals and Ambitions Met, Challenges and Fears Overcome through CAHS Research

At any given point, so much can be running through the mind of an average student at Prairie View: goals, challenges, fears, and ambitions. However, the students who make the most of their educational career are the ones who seek out and appreciate the wealth of opportunities this institution has to offer. The Outlook on [...]

CAHS Participates and Wins at Association of 1890 Research Directors Research Symposium 2017

CAHS’ researchers, faculty members, and their students presented 36 oral and poster presentations at the 18th Association of 1890 Research Directors, Inc. (ARD) Research Symposium 2017, which was held from April 1-4, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. The 36 presentations were given by 10 scientists/faculty/post-doctoral fellows, and 19 undergraduate and 7 graduate students. The presentations covered [...]