Troy University’s IDEA Bank in downtown Troy opened its doors on Friday to organizers and communicators for its nonprofit summit.
Lynne George, the Director of the IDEA Bank, said that the all-day workshop was intended to provide education, resources and networking specific to nonprofit organizations.
“We’re going over a few specific topics,” George said. “Specifically,…
Troy University has broken ground for two new buildings on the Troy Campus – a center for research in the area of polymers and polymer recycling and a health sciences building that will bear the name of a TROY alumnus.
TROY officials gathered on Saturday to break ground on a new building that will house…
A book discussion with author H.H. Leonards will highlight Rosa Parks Day activities at Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum on Dec. 1.
In 2018, the Alabama Legislature unanimously approved a bill declaring Dec. 1 as Rosa Parks Day in the state. Dec. 1 marks the anniversary of Parks’ historic 1955 arrest after she refused to…
As part of International Education Week, a panel of professors and experts hosted a roundtable discussing the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
During the discussion, multiple viewpoints and sides of the conflict were explored. The conflict is a multi-faceted one, with a bloody history, fierce politics and complex military strategies coming into play.