American Dairy Science Association honors FVSU’s Young Park

August 15, 2012 – When Dr. Young Park, a Fort Valley State University professor of food science, made history during the American Dairy Science Association (ADSA) Awards ceremony in July, his first priority was to help his students …

American Dairy Science Association honors FVSU’s Young Park

Dr. Young Park, a Fort Valley State University professor of food science, is the first from an 1890 land-grant university to win the Milk Industry Foundation and Kraft Foods Teaching Award in the program’s history.

August 15, 2012 – When …

2012 Mandatory Supervisor Training Assessment

Pettigrew Center Ft. Valley State University, Ft. valley, GA. August 7, 2012

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Fort Valley State University Women's Center

The mission of the Fort Valley State University Women’s Center (FVSUWC) is to offer service programs and education designed to provide and to enhance the knowledge, skills and values needed by women to complete secondary and post-secondary

FVSU’s school counselor program receives national accreditation

August 1, 2012 – Dr. Jerry Mobley, an associate professor in the Fort Valley State University’s College of Education, is feeling good these days. After six years, the former chair of the campus’ school counselor education program and his department …

Georgia students complete agricultural economics enrichment program

Dr. Mohammed Ibrahim, Agricultural Economics Summer Enrichment Program director at Fort Valley State University, and student advisors (last row) pose with program participants during their recent closing ceremony at FVSU’s Pettigrew Center.

August 1, 2012 – Ten Georgia high school …

High school students exposed to FVSU’s veterinary science program

Dr. Jessica James (far right), assistant professor of veterinary science at Fort Valley State University, anesthetizes a cat, Layla, wrapped in a towel. Veterinary technology major Vincent Denson (left) and LeSaio Woodard, a registered veterinary technician, assists with this

Summer programs held at FVSU prepare future scientists

Dr. Sarwan Dhir (front row, center), professor and director of Fort Valley State University’s Center for Biotechnology,
and Dr. Scott Angle (front row, 7th from the left), dean of the University of Georgia’s College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, pose