Interns use FVSU’s newest technology to solve crimes

Summer marks the beginning of reunions, picnics, vacations, camps, and sun-filled outdoor activities. Two students decided to spend their summer studying the latest techniques used to solve crimes inside Fort Valley State University’s criminology lab.

In June 2016, Shannon James, …

FVSU to hold 36th annual social sciences colloquium

Fort Valley State University’s social and behavioral sciences department will honor outstanding graduates and spotlight the research of exceptional students during a conference. The university will host its 36th annual Banks-Pierro-Rutland-Bellamy Colloquium on Friday, April 8, from 9 a.m. to

FVSU historical research center stage at 44th annual GAH meeting

Several historians from Fort Valley State University’s Department of History, Geography, Political Science and Criminal Justice, recently attended the 44th annual meeting of the Georgia Association of Historians. The event was hosted by Georgia Highlands College in Rome, Ga., Feb. …

Dreaming and Doing Student Spotlight: Fenika Miller

November 25, 2014 – This month’s featured student is Fenika Miller, a property manager and the chair of Houston County’s Democratic Committee.  Miller is a nontraditional student who decided to return to Fort Valley State University’s campus to complete her …

Debt-free Graduate

When college students across the nation graduate, seven in 10 will leave with an average debt of $29,400 per borrower; however, 22-year-old criminal justice student, RaShawndra Strozier, is the exception. After she graduates from Fort Valley State University on …

Alumni Spotlight: Derrick D. Schofield

June 13, 2014 – This month, the Fort Valley State University Alumni Spotlight is featuring Wildcat alum Derrick D. Schofield. Schofield currently serves as commissioner for the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC). He oversees 14 prisons, a training academy, 45 …