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On Nov. 3, Fort Valley State University was one of several winners announced during the Association of Public Land Grant Universities’ (APLU) second annual 1890 Land-Grant Universities Teaching, Research and Innovation Awards gala held during the 127th APLU Annual Meeting in Orlando, Fla. FVSU received Education Degree Completion and Intellectual Property awards.
Fort Valley State University now ranks top in the country for producing the most African-Americans graduating with bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and statistics for the 2012-2013 academic year, according to a recent report by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.
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FVSU's alumni spotlight features Safira Sutton, a doctoral student in plant pathology program who recently received a $9,500 Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program grant to conduct research into fruit blotch, a disease that infects cucurbits - or gourd plants that include watermelon and squash - and examining ways to prevent bacterial fruit blotch.