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Fort Valley State University


Consortium Member Since: 2000

Affiliate Director: Isaac J. Crumbly, PhD
Vice President for Career and Collaborative Programs
and Founder/Director of CDEP

Contact Information:
1005 State University Drive
Fort Valley, GA 31030
crumblyi@fvsu.edu
(478) 825-6243

Website: http://www.fvsu.edu/academics/cdep
Fort Valley State University

University information : Fort Valley State University (FVSU) is a Historically Black College located in rural Fort Valley. FVSUis a comprehensive learning institution that provides education to over 4,000 students. The university awards associate’s, bachelors, masters and specialist degrees in diverse areas of study. The University is composed of the College of Agriculture, Family Sciences and Technology; College of Arts and Sciences; and College of Education.
Fort Valley State University (FVSU) Introduction and Academics - Fort Valley
 

 



GSGC Funded Activities 2014 – 2015



Cooperative Development Energy Program (CDEP)

The objective of CDEP’s M-SEA program is to provide a continuous pipeline for minority and female students from 9th grade through the PhD majoring in STEM disciplines. The students selected to participate in M-SEA are academically-talented and considered the cream of the crop in their respective schools. These students are recruited throughout the nation and are academically prepared to take on the challenging classroom and laboratory sessions taught by the faculty. M-SEA is a learning experience that goes beyond what the students are normally taught at their middle schools and high schools. The professors expose the students to advance mathematical concepts, hands-on laboratory experiments, and mentoring activities. Also, M-SEA inspires the students to pursue careers in STEM disciplines by the excellent field trips. M-SEA consists of four different academies made up of four academic classifications, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students.