Sep 27, 2022  
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog

Personnel


Chief Administrative Officers and Offices of Special Interest to Prospective Students

Paul Jones, Ph.D., President (478) 825-6315
T. Ramon Stuart, Ph.D., Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs (478) 825-6330
Olufunke Fontenot, Ed.D., Interim Chief of Staff (478) 825-6374
Anthony Holloman, Vice President of Advancement, Interim Director of Athletics, and Executive Director, Fort Valley State University Foundation (478) 827-3677
Michelle Martin, Vice President for Business and Finance
(478) 825-6436
Jesse Kane, Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management (478) 825-6291
Emma Bennett-Williams, JD, Director of Legal and Governmental Affairs  
Govind Kannan, Ph.D., Vice President of Economic Development and Land Grant Affairs (478) 825-6802
Isaac J. Crumbly, Associate Vice President for Careers and Collaborate Programs & Director of CDEP (478) 825-6243
Ralph C. Noble, Dean, College of Agriculture, Family Sciences and Technology  
Gregory Ford, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences (478) 825-6738
Rebecca McMullen, Dean, College of Education and Professional Studies (478) 825-6365
George E. Norton, Ed.D. Executive Director of Admissions and Recruitment (478) 825-6227
Shareé J. Lawrence, Registrar (478) 825-6282
Kimberly Morris, Director of Financial Aid (478) 825-6363
Heidi Gregg, Coordinator of Testing Services (478) 825-6384
Barcado Styles, Assistant Director of Career and Professional Development (478) 825-6347
Charlie Weaver, Chief Information Officer (478) 825-6228
Frank Mahitab, Director, Hunt Library (478) 825-6573
Jacqueline Caskey-James, Director, Student Health and Counseling Services (478) 825-6174
Darryl J. Hancock, Director, Online Instruction (478) 827-3857

The Graduate Council

The Graduate Council shall develop and implement standing and ad hoc task forces to assist officers in carrying out their responsibilities. The committees shall be composed of members of the Graduate Council. Student members must be included on student grievance committees and issues groups that deal directly with student academic matters. Ad hoc task forces can be composed of non-Graduate Council members (up to 50%) because of the specific (and perhaps technical) job at hand. The Graduate Council Chairperson shall appoint committees and ad hoc task forces and their respective chairs in consultation with the Council. Committees and task forces shall cease to exist when the job is recognized as having been completed, or the Council terminates the assignment.


Dr. Rebecca McMullen, Dean, College of Education and Professional Studies
Dr. Gregory Ford, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Dr. Ralph C. Noble, Dean, College of Agriculture, Family Sciences & Technology,
Mr. Frank Mahitab, Director, Hunt Memorial Library
Mrs. Sharee Lawrence, Registrar
Dr. Kananur Chandras, Coordinator, Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Head, Department of Counseling
Vacant, Clinical Mental Health Counseling Representative
Dr. Jerry Brenner, Coordinator, Rehabilitation Counseling 
Dr. Otha Everett, Rehabilitation Counseling, and Case Management Representative
Dr. George McCommon, Head, Veterinary Technology and Public Health
Dr. Oreta Samples, Coordinator, Environmental Health
Dr. Clarence Riley, Environmental Health Representative
Dr. Hari Singh, Coordinator, Biotechnology Dr. Bipul Biswas, Biotechnology Representative
Dr. Sarwan Dhir, Department Head, Agricultural Sciences
Dr. Thomas Terrill, Coordinator, Animal Science
Vacant, Coordinator, Middle Grades Education, Coordinator & Elementary Education/Special Education
Vacant, Elementary Education/Special Education Representative
Vacant, Middle Grades Education Representative
Dr. Jerry Mobely, Coordinator, School Counselor Education
Vacant , School Counselor Education Representative
Vacant, College of Agriculture, Family Sciences & Technology
Jimmy Slacks, College of Arts and Sciences
Ericka Hoskin, College of Education and Professional Studies