FVSU students learn about graduate opportunities

Students at a graduate opportunities conference on FVSU's campus.

October 9, 2015 – Fort Valley State University biotechnology students learned about graduate and health professional school and research opportunities at West Virginia University during a recent seminar on Thursday, Sept. 24 in the Academic Classroom and Laboratory Building Auditorium.  The event was sponsored by Dr. Fred McLaughlin, a professor of chemistry, and Dr. Seema Dhir, an assistant professor of biology.

Dr. David M. Fryson, Esq., a vice president of West Virginia University’s Division of Diversity, spoke to students about graduate degree programs that include Animal and Nutritional Science, Applied Biostatistics, Biology, Biomedical, chemistry and other degree interest. In addition to meeting with students, Fryson spoke with FVSU administrators, interim FVSU President Dr. Jessica Bailey, and College of Agriculture, Family Sciences and Technology Dean Dr. Govind Kannan.

For more information, contact Dr. Sarwan Dhir, professor of biotechnology, at (478) 822-1057.
Caption: Dr. David M. Fryson and FVSU biotechnology students.
Christina D. Milton, public relations specialist
Marketing and Communications
(478) 825-6319, miltonc@fvsu.edu