Dothan Campus librarian an internationally recognized knitter

October 26, 2016
By Greg Phillips

In the midst of the books and technology found at Troy University’s Dothan Campus library is someone with a unique talent that has brought her international acclaim.

Technical services librarian Olga Casey, a native of Ukraine, spends her free time pursuing her lifelong hobby of knitting. And she’s good – her designs have landed on…

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Lauren Cochran wins Vergil Parks McKinley Award

September 29, 2016
By Andy Ellis

Lauren Cochran, departmental secretary for First-Year Studies within the John W. Schmidt Center for Student Success at Troy University, has won the University’s Vergil Parks McKinley Award.

Cochran, who has been employed by the University since 2015, received the award from Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor, during a ceremony on Tuesday in the Hawkins-Adams-Long Hall…

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TROY professor working to clean up mercury contaminated waterways

September 6, 2016
By Greg Phillips

A Troy University professor is conducting research that may help fight mercury contamination at water bodies throughout the country.

Dr. Carrie Miller, an environmental science professor at the Troy Campus, is researching the effects of sorbents (materials used to bind contaminants) on mercury contaminated soil gathered from a contaminated creek in Oak Ridge, Tenn., where…

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