FVSU News

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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    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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  • College of Agriculture News

    Students from across Georgia complete TEAM Success program

    Teens acquire valuable work skills assisting Extension personnel

    A select group of 19 high school students and graduates received honors for participation in Fort Valley State University’s TEAM Success Program during closing ceremonies on July 12. TEAM is an acronym …

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  • College of Agriculture News

    Small business workshop promotes innovation

    Supporting the growth of research and ideas that could impact agriculture and community development

    Aspiring innovators looking to implement a new product or service to benefit agriculture and build stronger communities recently gained insight on turning those ideas into reality.…

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    Thinking nanoscale: FVSU researcher uses technology and training to help students and farmers

    Dr. Hari Singh develops nanotechnology laboratory on campus

    An 1890 Capacity Building Grant is helping Fort Valley State University researcher Dr. Hari Singh implement nanotechnology in the classroom and in the field.

    Nanotechnology involves seeing and controlling the smallest particles …

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June 2018