Instructor – Physics (Part-Time)

Location:

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Fort Valley State University’s Department of Mathematics and Computer Science invites applications for a part-time instructor to teach undergraduate level Physics courses.

Responsibilities:

• Teach one or two introductory level Physics courses

Campus Closure 11/19/14

Closed

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2nd President

Dr. Cornelius V. Troup

Later in 1945, Dr. Cornelius V. Troup was appointed the second president. Under Troup, FVSC began offering graduate courses. Students could obtain master’s degrees in education, home economics and agriculture by 1945. The Georgia Board of …

Instruction and Research Services Librarian

Location:

Hunt Memorial Library

The Instruction and Research Services Librarian provides leadership in the development and participation of library research, actively participates in the Library’s information literacy program and collaborates with other faculty and university colleagues in the design, delivery, …

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Alumni Spotlight: Safira Sutton

November 7, 2014 –This issue, Fort Valley State University is featuring Safira Sutton, a doctoral student at the University of Georgia’s plant pathology program, as our featured alum.

Sutton recently received a $9,500 Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program

Ebola expert lectures during Homecoming 2014

November 7, 2014 – An infectious disease expert recently told an audience during Fort Valley State University’s Presidential Excellence Lecture that Ebola had little chance of spreading to Middle Georgia.

Dr. Earl Long, a former health scientist for the Centers

Selfies: Millennials present Solo Media Acts

Location: Founders Hall

Fort Valley State University’s Joseph Adkins Players (JAP) student drama group performs “one person shows” as a culmination of several acting/writing workshops. In these performances, students use the stage to experiment with capturing framing and sharing their …