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Fort Valley State University is a finalist in The Home Depot's 2015 RETOOL YOUR SCHOOL Campus Improvement Grant Program. Designed to reinvigorate HBCUs, finalists are competing for funds for on-campus improvements and are now asking their communities and the public to help them win. The voting ends April 20, 2015.
Albany Technical College and Fort Valley State University recently held an articulation agreement signing ceremony designed to increase the higher education opportunities for Georgia students interested in electronic engineering technology. President Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith said the agreement exemplifies the strategies FVSU and ATC are employing to expand the educational opportunities in Georgia.
Lawmakers and visitors recently received a snapshot of the cutting-edge research and outstanding student scholars that Fort Valley State University has to offer during the second annual FVSU Day at the Capitol held Feb. 11 in Atlanta, Ga. Click the link for the entire story, photos, video and more.
Fort Valley State University President Dr. Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith recently named Dorothy Stripling as the interim chief finance officer for the university. Stripling was named to the position as part of a transition plan following the recent departure of Lynn Hobbs as vice president for the Division of Business and Finance.
Affordable Colleges Foundation (ACF), a resource for online learning and college affordability information, published its new ranking of 2015’s Top Online Psychology Degrees. FVSU online criminal justice and psychology programs ranked top in nation according to study...
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Sixth Annual Lomax-Porter Golf Tournament
Spring Open House
HBCU Grow Conference
Athletics Award Ceremony
Free ACT/SAT Workshop
Housing Available for 2015
Celebrating 125 Years of the Second Morrill Act of 1890
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Brandon Beaty, a senior majoring in plant biotechnology, is our featured student in our dreaming and doing spotlight this issue. The Corpus Christi, Texas native has won several major awards for his research into tomato volatiles (chemicals responsible for the taste, sweetness and flavor of the fruit). Click to learn about his recent first-place oral presentation award.