Caption: Interim President Marion Fedrick (right) discussed healthcare education in Southwest Georgia with fellow panelists Laura Calhoun (left), Stephanie Phan, Dr. Doug Patten and Tracy St. Amant at the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce’s State of the Community event. Photo credit: Reginald Christian

ASU interim president discusses healthcare education at State of the Community event

Albany State University (ASU) Interim President Marion Fedrick highlighted the importance of having a statewide conversation about healthcare needs and education, recently, at the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce’s State of the Community event. The initiative, held Wednesday, June 20, brought together community leaders and healthcare professionals to have an insightful dialogue about healthcare education…

Caption: Albany State University students DeStandreana Norwood (left) and Danielle Prier (right) will attend the 2018 Summer Biomedical Sciences Institute at Duke University to conduct health science research.

Albany State students selected for prominent summer research and internship opportunities

ALBANY, Ga. – From exploring cutting edge theories to addressing challenging health disparities, Albany State University (ASU) honor students will be active this summer participating in  programs at some of the country’s leading research universities and businesses. The experiences will prepare students for advancement in graduate level programs and learning beyond the classroom. Sixteen Velma…

Albany State University computer science students were invited to showcase their work in blockchain technology at the May University System of Georgia Board of Regents meeting. Each student has secured a job or internship with IBM this summer.

Albany State students spotlighted at University System of Georgia meeting for their work with blockchain technology

ALBANY, Ga. – Albany State University (ASU) computer science students presented at the University System of Georgia (USG) Board of Regents meeting, Tuesday, May 15, to showcase their work in blockchain technology and their partnership with IBM, one of the country’s largest tech employers. In addition to the presentation, Chancellor Steve Wrigley announced blockchain technology…

ASU staff members Valencia Hill (right) and Jean Reliford (left) assist ASU student Brittanie Evans at one of the two Ram Central locations.

ASU Ram Central opens as central location for enrollment services

  ALBANY, Ga – Ram Central, the new home for the offices of financial aid, admissions, student accounts and the registrar, officially began serving Albany State University (ASU) students and visitors. The hubs, located on both the East and West campuses, serve as central locations for coordinated efforts between key university offices. Current and prospective…

Albany State University receives $3 million for new Center for Educational Opportunity

ALBANY, Ga. – Albany State University (ASU) has received $3 million to establish the Center for Educational Opportunity (CEO), a new academic initiative to research ways families may obtain greater access to high-quality K-12 education. The five-year grant was awarded by the Thurgood Marshall College Fund’s Center for Advancing Opportunity (CAO), an initiative supported by grants from the Charles Koch Foundation…

ASU Welcomes New Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations A.L. Fleming

ASU Welcomes New Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations

Albany State University Interim President Marion Fedrick announced that Mr. A.L. Fleming has joined the university as the vice president for development and alumni relations. While leading the university’s fundraising efforts and serving as the executive director of the ASU Foundation, Fleming will have direct responsibility for the following administrative units; Alumni Relations, Development, and…