Valdosta State University News
Matthew Rorer Shares Research at VSU Colloquium
Matthew B. Rorer of Columbus, Georgia, recently presented “New Age of Online Image Crisis: Influencers” during Valdosta State University’s 2021 Prosper Tsikata Graduate Colloquium.
Lauren Corley Shares Research at VSU Colloquium
Lauren A. Corley of Cairo, Georgia, recently presented “Making an Effort: Evaluating USA Gymnastics’ Corporate Social Responsibility Following Negligence and Scandal” during Valdosta State University’s 2021 Prosper Tsikata Graduate Colloquium.
VSU Helps Moultrie Organization Plan Brighter, More Prosperous Future
When the Moultrie-Colquitt County Parks and Recreation Authority needed an economic impact analysis to quantify its value to the region it serves, Valdosta State University stepped in to help.
Peach State Summer Theatre Announces Live Studio Audience Experience
Peach State Summer Theatre will present a 10-performance live-streaming run of “The Marvelous Wonderettes: Dream On” June 16-26 — and a limited number of theatregoers will have the option of participating in a live studio audience experience.
Six Students Honored at VSU's 2021 Graduate Student Research, Scholarship Symposium
An elite group of 40-plus graduate students were nominated by faculty in their various academic disciplines to present at Valdosta State University's 2021 Graduate Student Research and Scholarship Symposium, which was held on a virtual platform due to COVID-19. Six of those students earned top awards for their first-class research and scholarship.
Catherine Yara Named Graduate Assistant of the Year at VSU
Catherine Yara, a violinist from Ibagué, Tolima, Colombia, is Valdosta State University’s 2020-2021 Graduate Assistant of the Year.
Atlanta Gas Light Foundation Supports VSU’s African American Male Initiative
Valdosta State University has partnered with the Atlanta Gas Light Foundation to help encourage more African American males to pursue higher education and earn a college degree.
VSU Moves Forward With New Performing Arts Center
Valdosta State University will soon be home to a brand new, state-of-the-art $18.7 million Performing Arts Center.