Five PVAMU Football Players Participate in the HBCU of America Spirit Bowl

A Reflection on the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

The tragic circumstances of Martin Luther King’s untimely death and the upheaval and alienation that followed are etched in the memories of anyone who lived through that turbulent period. But the fact that MLK recognition events remain relevant a half-century later reveals not simply the importance of King’s life and vision, but also the stark [...]

PVAMU Alumna Selected as Presidential Management Fellows Program Finalist

De’Ahna Johnson, a graduate student from Waterbury, Connecticut, was selected as one of 417 finalists for the Presidential Management Fellows Program. Created more than three decades ago by Executive Order, the PMF program is a two-year leadership development program for potential government leaders. According to its website, the PMF Program, “provides some sustenance during the [...]

National FFA Organization Honors PVAMU’S CEP-AGNR Program Leader

Alumna and Legendary Educator Nellye Joyce Punch Dies at 96

Students Win 2nd Place in National Design Competition

By Marchita Shilo A group of students from the School of Architecture took home second place in the American Institute of Architects, Custom Residential Architects Network (AIA CRAN) and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA)’s 2017 HERE+NOW: A House for the 21st Century Residential Student Design Competition. The competition had more than 560 [...]

Lockheed Martin Awards College of Engineering $100,000

The Roy G. Perry College of Engineering at Prairie View A&M University received a $100,000 donation from global security and aerospace company Lockheed Martin. “The donation will give us the ability to recruit more incoming freshmen to the College of Engineering Institute Summer Bridge program. In addition, we will be able to attract more students [...]

Dooley Named Head Football Coach

From the Classroom to the Trading Floor

Students from the College of Business visited New York City during the Thanksgiving break. Accompanied by Danny Harvey, program director of financial planning program and finance faculty, seven students visited several sites like the New York Federal Reserve, the New York Stock Exchange and the Museum of American Finance. “'From the classroom to the trading [...]

Doctoral Student Selected to Present Research in Hawaii

Tammy D. Lane, M.S., educational leadership doctoral candidate in the Whitlowe R. Green College of Education and the scholarship coordinator in the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, has been selected to present research in Hawaii. Based on a peer-reviewed process, her proposal submission, “Higher Education at the Intersection of Ethnicity/Race and Queerness at Minority [...]