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Professor receives first Fulbright assignment in South Africa

Fort Valley State University professor Dr. Thomas Terrill will soon travel across the world to help people better feed their families and improve their economic stability.

Selected earlier this year to serve three years as a Fulbright Specialist, Terrill, an …

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, …

Research Spotlight: Sleep regulation & function

Fort Valley State University senior biology majors, Jessica Booker and Haley Hudson, recently presented their undergraduate neurobiology research at the Gordon Research Conference on Sleep Regulation & Function.

The conference, entitled: Functions of Sleep in Body and Brain, was …

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. …

FVSU to host 6th annual Research Day

Fort Valley State University scholars will showcase outstanding scholarship during an annual event that spotlights student research. The campus will host its sixth annual Research Day on Thursday, April 14, 2016, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the C.W. …

USDA $200,000 grant aims to help FVSU professor zap peanut plant pest

A new USDA-funded research project by a Fort Valley State University professor will focus on helping peanut farmers throughout the southeastern United States protect their crops from damage and avert enormous financial losses.

Georgia peanut farmers have been plagued by

GSRREC

Since 1986, the Georgia Small Ruminant Research and Extension Center (GSRREC) scientists have studied reproductive performance, embryo transfer technology, forage utilization and nutritive efficiency, lactation physiology, and gastrointestinal parasitology in goats. Small ruminant scientists, producers, and individuals interested in goat …