Kimberly Peacock of Pine Mountain, Ga., endured something no parent ever wants to go through. During Peacock’s second semester as a graduate nursing student at TROY, her 20-year-old son passed away.
The devastating loss nearly made Peacock withdraw from the program. However, with the help of family and her professors at the Phenix City Campus,…
A Troy University alum has been named to one of the top education positions in the country.
Dr. Earl Franks was recently named executive director of the National Association of Elementary School Principals, the nation’s largest association of elementary and middle school principals.
Franks, who received Bachelor of Music Education, Master of Science in Education…
In response to the expanding, global epidemic of poaching, a group of TROY alumni have created an organization to help park rangers and wildlife reserves protect themselves and endangered animals.
Wildlife Aviation Group, founded by Bryan Wallace (’87) and John Schaper (’86), aims to become the leading provider of aerial conservation services, defending endangered wildlife and…
Two decades ago, Aaron Gartlan was a student looking for help at Troy University’s Dothan Campus.
He felt lost and aimless as an undergraduate, so he sought tutoring and academic counseling.
What he found, though, was something more lasting: support.
“I had been feeling I was lost in the shuffle of failures and mistakes and…