FVSU News

March 2019

  • College of Agriculture News

    Changing the game with gene editing

    FVSU animal and veterinary science departments use gene-editing technology for research endeavors and to train students

    A 21st century technology that allows scientists to modify an organism’s DNA could be the future roadmap for treating health ailments in humans …

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February 2019

  • College of Agriculture News

    FVSU veterinary technician uses new appointment to advance program

    Rose-Ann Gillespie selected as president-elect of Southeastern Branch of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science

    As Fort Valley State University’s veterinary technology program continues to grow, Rose-Ann Gillespie aims to connect more students to laboratory animal medicine through her …

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  • College of Agriculture News

    Fulbright scholar provides insight into Bangladesh’s agricultural industry

    Dr. M. Saidur Rahman visits with FVSU’s College of Agriculture, Family Sciences and Technology

    Fulbright scholar Dr. M. Saidur Rahman recently visited Fort Valley State University’s campus to give a lecture on Bangladesh’s agricultural practices and to learn about FVSU’s …

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January 2019

  • College of Agriculture News

    Taking charge of agricultural economics

    National Crop Insurance Services awards $3,000 scholarship to seniors Jerstashia Sims and Aaron Dore

    Two Fort Valley State University seniors will have additional funds to help pay for college expenses in 2019.

    The National Crop Insurance Services (NCIS) recently awarded …

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  • Scholars

    Leading the way in agriculture

    Senior Adelia McKinley awarded $2,500 Justin Smith Morrill Scholarship

    Agricultural economics senior Adelia McKinley continues to make a name for herself on Fort Valley State University’s campus and takes advantage of every opportunity.

    The 21-year-old Jamaica native recently received a …

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October 2018

  • College of Agriculture News

    Seeing the Big Picture Through Drone Technology

    A Fort Valley State University professor is using a $200,000 grant to help broaden students’ horizons in agricultural engineering technology and provide cost-saving alternatives for Georgia farmers.

    Dr. Archie Williams, head of FVSU’s Department of Engineering Technology, said the Evans-Allen …

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September 2018

  • College of Agriculture News

    Summer internship helps FVSU student further develop research skills

    Senior LaShombria Ellerbee selected as an Emerging Scholars participant

    Returning this fall semester as a senior, Fort Valley State University Wildcat LaShombria Ellerbee is bringing with her a new set of skills and a new outlook on continuing her education. …

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  • College of Agriculture News

    Revolutionizing veterinary science

    Pioneering use of synthetic canine at FVSU provides hands-on training for students

    Fort Valley State University students are putting their hands to work with the latest technology in animal health.

    The Department of Veterinary Science and Public Health procured funding …

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August 2018

  • College of Agriculture News

    Conference provides resources for meat goat farmers

    Georgia farmers learn the challenges and advantages of meat goat production

    Goat meat may not be the first choice of meat for some American consumers, but according to Dr. Mohammed Ibrahim, a Fort Valley State University agricultural economics professor, the …

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July 2018

  • College of Agriculture News

    Adding value to agriculture

    FVSU researcher works to transform socially disadvantaged and limited resource farmers’ approach to producing crops

    The path to achieving sustainability for diverse populations could start with improving the standard of living and quality of life by changing the face of …

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