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    TROY Breaks Ground on New Buildings

    News | November 21, 2022

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    Training Community Health Workers

    News | October 26, 2022

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    ISCO Festival Celebrates World Cultures

    News | November 29, 2022

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    New Center for Student Success

    News | November 15, 2022

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Berry family charitable trust will support students with adaptive needs

From left to right: Bryan Berry, Jayne Berry, Brad Blount, Lauren Cole, Dendy Mosely, Liz Berry and Allison Hughes.

From left to right: Bryan Berry, Jayne Berry, Brad Blount, Lauren Cole, Dendy Mosely, Liz Berry and Allison Hughes.

When it came time for Jayne Berry to look for colleges, she and her family knew they were looking for somewhere special. Diagnosed with a learning disability in the 7th grade, Jayne was looking for a school that was the right size and with the right support system to help her succeed. 

After considering several…

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Astronaut Dr. Bernard Harris gives keynote address at annual Kappa Alpha Psi Scholarship Breakfast

Harris spoke about the importance of introducing black students to STEM fields at an early age.

Harris spoke about the importance of introducing black students to STEM fields at an early age.

The brothers of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity were proud to welcome Dr. Bernard Harris, the first African American to perform a spacewalk, to their third annual Scholarship Breakfast. 

Harris completed his spacewalk in February of 1995 while on the first flight of the joint Russian-American Space Program. He was the physician for each of the…

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IAC opens exhibit focusing on the people and landscapes of the Black Belt

A reception in the International Arts Center formally opened an exhibit focusing on the people and landscapes of Alabama’s Black Belt.

A reception in the International Arts Center formally opened an exhibit focusing on the people and landscapes of Alabama’s Black Belt.

A reception in the International Arts Center formally opened an exhibit focusing on the people and landscapes of Alabama’s Black Belt.

“Promise of Living/The Tender Land” is a collection of photographs by Jerry Siegel that spans two decades of art that depicts life and landscapes of the Black Belt regions of the South.  

Selma native…

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TROY alumna wins regional Emmy for continuing news coverage after Orlando tragedy

Amanda Dukes won her second Emmy in December 2022.

Amanda Dukes won her second Emmy in December 2022.

Troy University alumna Amanda Dukes and her colleagues at WESH 2 News in Orlando, Florida, were recently awarded a regional Emmy for their coverage of a local tragedy that made international headlines and spurred potential legislative changes in the state of Florida. 

Dukes, along with Anika Hope, Greg Fox, Marlei Martinez and Kelsi Thorud, was…

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