For Faculty and Staff

Work order Submission Policies

  1. Obtain a work order from the secretary in your department.
  2. Submit the completed work order form, place materials to be printed inside the work order envelope and submit the envelope to the Office of the Associate

Publications

2014 FVSU Research Report

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FOCUS magazine: Spring/Summer 2014

FOCUS magazine: Spring/Summer 2014

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FOCUS magazine: Fall/Winter 2013

FOCUS magazine: Fall/Winter 2013

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2013 FVSU Research Report

2013 FVSU Research Report

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FOCUS magazine: Spring/Summer 2013

FOCUS magazine: Spring/Summer 2013

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FOCUS magazine: Fall/Winter 2012

FOCUS magazine: Fall/Winter 2012

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2012 FVSU Research Report

For Journalists

The Agricultural Communications Department is here to assist media representatives with their needs. For immediate assistance with inquiries, interviews or information about upcoming events, contact us.

Phone: 478.825.6345
E-mail: Marquinta Gonzalez

County Agents & Program Assistants

County Agents & Program Assistants

NAME:

COVERAGE AREA:

  • Adams, Gail

    Peach

  • Andrews, Titus

    Jeff Davis, Laurens, Toombs, Treutlen, Wheeler

  • Chaney, Terralon

    Twiggs

  • Chastine, Ginger

    Hancock

  • Dawson, Joshua

    Lowndes

  • Grace, Charlie M.

    Dougherty, Lee, Worth

  • Johnson, Sabrena

    Peach

  • Jordan, Atonya

    Sumter,

RCR – Part 7

The following information is for use in training or refreshing the training of faculty members and staff members hired to do research. It will be of interest to students who expect to apply to do sponsored research in the future.

RCR – Part 6

Research Misconduct and Reporting

Research is built on a foundation of truth, which allows society to place a high level of confidence in the outcomes reported from that research. The trust between science and society will endure only if the …

RCR – Part 4

Guidelines on Authorship

  1. Authorship:

    1. A person claiming authorship of a scholarly publication must have met all of the following criteria:
      • Substantial participation in conception and design of the study, or in analysis and interpretation of data;
      • Substantial participation in the

RCR – Part 3

Publication, Data, Intellectual Property, Avoidance of Undue Influence

Publication in peer-reviewed journals is at the heart of the academic research enterprise. Considerations around the sharing of information, and the ability to replicate research results, are discussed in the excerpt from …