FVSU News

January 2019

  • Leadership

    Unifying the Student Body

    As student body president, Idalis Forté, ’19, is living up to her billing. Her last name, Forté, means “something at which someone excels.” The media studies major from Atlanta, Georgia has been excelling as a student leader since she stepped …

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  • Service

    iHelp: New program is developing community leaders and polishing emerging professionals

    At Fort Valley State University, the iHelp Program is helping students develop some of the most critical skills they’ll need for future employment even as they serve the community.

    Through the newly formed  Office  of Civic Engagement, Leadership, and Professional …

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  • 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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  • FVSU Legacy

    FVSU Celebrates the Life of Legendary Coach Leon J. “Stan” Lomax (1923-2018)

    “Leon J. “Stan” Lomax was a legendary former FVSU Wildcat football and basketball head coach who set new standards for athletics teams accomplishments in the state of Georgia and intercollegiate competition. He passed away on December 30, 2018 at the …

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December 2018