FVSU employs agricultural drones for research

Visitors to Fort Valley State University’s campus may notice an unusual machine hovering about, but they do not need to worry.

It is not some secret military experimental aircraft or extraterrestrials scouting our planet for life, but two FVSU professors …

Small farmers use hoops to extend growing season

More than 40 farmers, educators and extension agents traveled through southwest Georgia visiting several farms during the High Tunnel Hoop House Farm Tour May 4.

Fort Valley State University’s Cooperative Extension Program, Southwest Georgia Project Inc. and the Southern Sustainable

Two FVSU football games to air on ASPiRE TV

Head football coach Kevin Porter and the Fort Valley State University Wildcats will open the 2016 season in a televised game on Sunday, September 4, with Miles College in Birmingham, Ala. (The Labor Day Golden Classic) at 4 p.m.

Georgia high school students selected for TEAM Success program

Before 17 Georgia high school students enroll in classes for fall 2016, they will receive work experience and $2,100 from a summer internship through Fort Valley State University. 

They are participating in the TEAM Success Program sponsored by Fort Valley

Peace Corps director to visit Fort Valley State University

March 11, 2016 – A head of an independent federal agency is coming to Fort Valley State University.

Carrie Hessler-Radelet, Peace Corps Director, will visit FVSU’s O’Neal Veterinary Science Building March 23 from 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Hessler-Radelet is coming for …

USDA $200,000 grant aims to help FVSU professor zap peanut plant pest

A new USDA-funded research project by a Fort Valley State University professor will focus on helping peanut farmers throughout the southeastern United States protect their crops from damage and avert enormous financial losses.

Georgia peanut farmers have been plagued by

Student shares summertime trek in China

February 19, 2016  – A Fort Valley State University student can add his name to the long list of diplomats, businesspersons and Olympic athletes that set foot in the world’s most populated country.

Brian Cornish seized an opportunity to travel …