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  • The College Post: Lone Star College to Support Students, Staff Hit by Winter Storm
    by mwdouglas on March 1, 2021 at 6:52 pm

    03/01/2021 – Lone Star College (LSC) in Houston, Texas is offering financial aid to students and employees impacted by the winter storm last month. The LSC Weather Emergency Assistance Fund was set up using funds from the college system bookstore and other auxiliary funds to provide grants of up to $250 to help people with […] The post The College Post: Lone Star College to Support Students, Staff Hit by Winter Storm appeared first on PVAMU Home.

  • Baylor College of Medicine: Black History Month Spotlight: Interview with Dr. Debra Murray
    by mwdouglas on March 1, 2021 at 6:27 pm

    02/28/2021 – From the Labs sat with Dr. Debra Murray, assistant professor at Baylor’s Human Genome Sequencing Center. Murray shared her professional journey, from conducting basic science research to developing and managing programs to interest minority students in genomics. She also shared something few people know about her. How did your professional journey start? “Debra, […] The post Baylor College of Medicine: Black History Month Spotlight: Interview with Dr. Debra Murray appeared first on PVAMU Home.

  • Texas Tribune: Texas’ oldest Black university was built on a former plantation. Its students still fight a legacy of voter suppression.
    by mlshilo on March 1, 2021 at 2:40 pm

    Out in a rural stretch of Texas northwest of Houston, Waller County was born of plantations, cotton fields and slavery. More than a century ago, state lawmakers planted there the state’s first public college where Black students could pursue higher education. Since its founding as the Alta Vista Agriculture & Mechanical College of Texas for […] The post Texas Tribune: Texas’ oldest Black university was built on a former plantation. Its students still fight a legacy of voter suppression. appeared first on PVAMU Home.

  • Alvin ISD names new elementary school after PVAMU alumna
    by mwdouglas on March 1, 2021 at 2:19 pm

    The Alvin Independent School District Board of Trustees approved their new elementary school #21 to be named Nichols-Mock Elementary School, after Ms. Wilma Fountain Mock and Ms. Debra Nichols. Mock is a native of Center, Texas and Nichols is a native of Nacogdoches, Texas. Mock was the very first Black teacher to be hired in […] The post Alvin ISD names new elementary school after PVAMU alumna appeared first on PVAMU Home.

  • ABC13: From Fifth Ward to the Ivy League: Dr. Ruth Simmons’ historic career
    by mlshilo on February 28, 2021 at 10:55 pm

    It’s an amazing journey – from growing up poor in Houston’s Fifth Ward to making history in the hallowed halls of the Ivy League. Dr. Ruth Simmons has shattered a lot of ceilings on her way to becoming the first black woman to serve as president of an Ivy League university. The post ABC13: From Fifth Ward to the Ivy League: Dr. Ruth Simmons’ historic career appeared first on PVAMU Home.




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