Classes start in spring 2023.
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Dartavious Pearson graduated from Fort Valley State University May 14, with a degree in food and nutrition.
Audree’Auna Morris-Garrett graduated with a plant science-biotechnology degree on May 14.
Event attracted researchers and private companies from throughout the country
Inaugural team is part of nationwide initiative to increase diversity within the sport
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