FVSU’s Jacqueline Caskey - James, director of Student Counseling and Outreach Services was among 14 members appointed to the task force.
Dr. George Mbata, chair of Fort Valley State University’s Department of Biology, is giving Georgia peanut farmers a hand in reducing a harmful pest, the burrower bug. Research associate Sydnee Shaw assists Mbata with this project.
University leadership shows support for the future trailblazers, recipients of $42,500+ scholarships including study abroad, research, and entrepreneurship opportunities
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