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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 [...]

CARC and Department of Biology Collaborates to Serve Holleman Elementary Science Students

December 10 - Crossing the lines of learning is something that Prairie View A&M University prides itself on and that was no different when the Cooperative Agriculture Research Center and the Department of Biology recently collaborated to serve as judges for a science fair held at Holleman Elementary School in Waller ISD. Dr. Gloria Regisford, serves [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 & [...]

Where Are They Now: James Motton, CEP Extension Agent

November 19 - As a fresh high school graduate, James Motton had no true commitment to the next step in his life until his parents encouraged him to attend Prairie View A&M University. Although he had no background or experience with agriculture, his dad ignited his interest to enter the College of Agriculture of Human Sciences [...]

CAHS Alumni Leading Students Into Veterinary Careers

Novemember 12 - Veterinary science students at Nimitz High School in Irving Independent School District are learning the ins and outs of running a veterinary clinic through the Nimitz Pet Care program. This business is solely run by the students under the guidance of Demond Spiller, a College of Agriculture and Human Sciences alumni who has [...]

New Progress on Project Creating Better Technology for Prairie View

November 12 - Some take for granted the everyday luxuries that technology helps make possible in urban settings. For rural communities, particularly the namesake city of the university, technology is in significant lack, but a team of researchers are on track to make extreme changes for Prairie View. The Smart and Connected Communities Planning Grant project [...]

Where Are They Now: Demond Spiller

November 12 - Prairie View A&M's College of Agriculture and Human Sciences provides its students multiple paths to success on a daily basis. Demond Spiller's CAHS experience has put him on a path to leading others into the world of agriculture. Spiller spent the majority of his life raising and showing cattle, and he wanted [...]