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    Rep. John Lewis' TROY connection

    News | January 22, 2021

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    Western Union grant helps international students

    Students | January 13, 2021

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    Remembering Cheryl DiChiara

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Hydrographic Society of America awards scholarships to two TROY students

Surveying and Geomatics students Scott Dowdy, left, and Cameron Morris both recently received scholarships.

Surveying and Geomatics students Scott Dowdy, left, and Cameron Morris both recently received scholarships.

Troy University students Cameron Morris of Chatom, Alabama, and Phillip “Scott” Dowdy of Hokes Bluff, Alabama, were awarded scholarships from the Hydrographic Society of America (THSOA).

Morris and Dowdy are seniors in TROY’s Surveying and Geomatics Program in the Geospatial Informatics Department in the College of Arts and Sciences.

THSOA scholarships are awarded to full…

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New IAC exhibit explores life during pandemic

The exhibit by artist Micah Mermilliod will be on display at TROY's International Arts Center until April 15.

The exhibit by artist Micah Mermilliod will be on display at TROY's International Arts Center until April 15.

Troy University’s International Arts Center (IAC) debuted a new photography exhibit, “Quarantine Walks” by Micah Mermilliod, on Feb. 8. The exhibit is a series of photo collages created from places and things that Mermilliod observed during his daily walks during the COVID-19 lockdown last year.

Mermilliod is a Mississippi native currently living in Mobile, Alabama,…

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It Came from the Archives: A.A. Wiley and the founding of Troy University

In this edition of his column, Dr. Marty Olliff delves into the history of one of the men who helped TROY come into existence.

In this edition of his column, Dr. Marty Olliff delves into the history of one of the men who helped TROY come into existence.

Feb. 26, 2021, marks the 134th anniversary of Troy University’s original predecessor, the State Normal School at Troy.  This didn’t happen with a simple petition, as Troy’s former president Edward Shackelford notes in his 1937 history, The First Fifty Years of the State Teachers College at Troy, Alabama, but with lobbying committees and an enabling…

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TROY alumna hopes beauty business will inspire others

Conleigh Gilmore, a 2016 TROY graduate, is finding success with her beauty business, Upgrades.

Conleigh Gilmore, a 2016 TROY graduate, is finding success with her beauty business, Upgrades.

A Troy University alumna is making her mark through her own beauty business, known as Upgrades.

Conleigh Gilmore started her education at the University of Alabama as a public relations major, but transferred to TROY in 2014 after having the honor of representing Pike County at Miss National Peanut Festival.

After graduating with a degree…

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