Troy University honored four faculty members their grant-writing success during the 28th annual Sponsored Programs Luncheon held earlier this month.
Dr. Alvin Diamond, Dr. Michael Woods, Dr. Cynthia Hicks and Dr. Ruth Busby were honored with the Chancellor’s Award of Distinction for Sponsored Program Success for their work.
Drs. Alvin Diamond and Michael Woods received…
A Troy University biologist and his students have joined with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and PowerSouth to study the effects of habitat change on federally-listed species of mussel.
A Troy University biologist recently identified the microscopic parasite behind a mysterious ailment ravaging the shrimp population off the coast of Georgia.
For years, Georgia’s shrimpers have watched in dismay as the shrimp population off the Atlantic coast has dwindled. As the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported, shrimpers there blamed “black gill,” an affliction that darkens…
Troy University will celebrate Homecoming the week of Nov. 3 with activities honoring this year’s theme “Trojans One and All.”
The week’s activities will culminate in the homecoming game, Saturday, Nov. 9, as the Trojans play host to Georgia Southern at 2:30 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Activities will kick off at 2:30 p.m….