FVSU News

April 2018

  • Home

    FVSU students are winners in STEM Research

     Two Fort Valley State University agricultural science majors received national recognition for their research presentations during a conference in Washington D.C.

    Seniors Xavia Taylor of Moultrie, Georgia, and Demetrius Calloway of Dawson, Georgia, earned second and third place awards, respectively, …

    Learn More
  • Home

    Register for Summer School Today

    Learn More
  • College of Agriculture News

    Transforming communities through technology

    Terrence Wolfork, FVSU’s assistant administrator for communications, conferencing and technology, offers new program that will bring innovative ideas to communities served by 1890 Land-Grant Universities

    A new program may soon help communities become innovative thinkers through the use of technology.…

    Learn More
  • College of Agriculture News

    Preparing for the future

    FVSU students emerge as winners at a national conference

    Two Fort Valley State University agricultural science majors received national recognition for their research presentations during a conference in Washington D.C.

    Seniors Xavia Taylor of Moultrie, Georgia, and Demetrius Calloway of …

    Learn More
  • William Alexander

    Alumni Spotlight: William Alexander, ’54

    William H. Alexander was a Fulton County, GA Superior Court judge, state legislator, and civil rights attorney who successfully challenged segregation and discrimination. Born in Macon, Georgia, he graduated from Fort Valley State College in 1954. After serving in the …

    Learn More
  • Jo Ann Robinson

    Alumni Spotlight: Jo Ann Gibson Robinson, ’47

    Jo Ann Gibson Robinson was born to farmers near Colloden, GA. Her high school’s valedictorian, she graduated from Fort Valley State College in 1947 and earned a master’s degree from Atlanta University. After teaching in Macon and Texas, she became …

    Learn More
  • Lee

    Alumni Spotlight: Howard Nathaniel Lee, ’59

    When FVSU alumnus Howard Nathaniel Lee, 1959, became mayor of Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 1969, he made American history. No African-American had ever been generally elected to lead a majority white city in the South before. Chapel Hill is …

    Learn More
  • Ingram Grant

    Alumni Spotlight: Edith Ingram Grant, ’63

    Six years after graduating from Fort Valley State College, FVSU Alumna Edith Jacqueline Ingram Grant, ’63, became the first African-American woman judge in Georgia in 1969 when she was elected to serve on the Hancock County Court of the Ordinary. …

    Learn More