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Gov. Ivey recognizes TROY as leader in international education

November 21, 2019
By Andy Ellis

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey commended Troy University on Wednesday for its leadership role in international education.

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., shared the Governor’s Commendation with international students and members of the University International Programs staff on the main academic quad following “Taste of the World,” an International Education Week activity.

“We began a journey…

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TROY receives additional $2.7 million grant for plastics recycling research

November 21, 2019
By Greg Phillips

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has awarded Troy University a $2.7 million research grant to be used by the University’s Center for Materials and Manufacturing Sciences to research new methods for recycling plastics.

The four-year grant will fund instrumentation, staffing of scientists and research stipends for students.

 “The recently established Center for Materials…

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Archaeology students take part in Alabama Bicentennial celebration

November 19, 2019
By Victoria Cirilli

A recent event at Old Cahawba Archaeological Park gave Troy University archaeology students the opportunity to present to the community how history is forged through excavation and research.

Senior Vice Chancellor for Advancement Walter Givhan, who serves as president of the Alabama Historical Commission, emceed Old Cahawba State Historical Park’s celebration of Alabama’s Bicentennial on…

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