Health and Physical Education (HPE) Special Olympics – September 2015

This fall marks another year for the Health and Physical Education (HPE) Majors volunteering at Area 15 Special Olympics. The HPE majors have been volunteering for this wonderful event for over 10 years now. The winter games consist of bowling and basketball events, while the spring games offer softball skills and track and field events. […]

Upcoming Presentations Mark the Start of Project Innovate at Valdosta State University

As Interim President Dr. Cecil Staton has consistently emphasized, this is a year for the VSU community to focus on innovations that will critically address student recruitment, retention, and graduation rates. In large measure, what we do now will impact the future of Valdosta State University. Project Innovate will be a campus wide effort to […]

Autism Safety Training

On Saturday, April 11, 2015, the Family Autism Support Team (FAST) with support from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and former VSU Police Chief Scott Doner, sponsored an Autism Safety Training for First Responders. The presentation was provided by Dennis Debauddt, a nationally known autism expert and law enforcement trainer. Regional agencies including […]

USG Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives

The University System of Georgia (USG) continues to view diversity and inclusion as integral to institutional success. The underlying fundamental principle is of equal opportunity and equal treatment for all. To this end, the System strives to help USG institutions create an environment, which understands, fosters, and embraces the value of diversity and inclusion through […]


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