FVSU is starting a new minor program in nuclear engineering and science. Starting next year, Fort Valley State University will help train a new generation of atomic energy workers thanks to a $258,310 U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) grant. Two senior professors from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science -- Dr. Masoud Naghedolfeizi (pictured left) and Dr. Sanjeev Arora (pictured right) will use the money to create this minor degree program. This offering−unique to middle Georgia−will be available in fall 2013. http://bit.ly/SEDO9f

FVSU is starting a new minor program in nuclear engineering and science. Starting next year, Fort Valley State University will help train a new generation of atomic energy workers thanks to a $258,310 U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) grant. Two senior professors from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science -- Dr. Masoud Naghedolfeizi (pictured left) and Dr. Sanjeev Arora (pictured right) will use the money to create this minor degree program. This offering−unique to middle Georgia−will be available in fall 2013. http://bit.ly/SEDO9f