Changes in leadership are coming to Troy University’s Phenix City Campus and College of Education.
Effective Oct. 1, Dr. Dionne Rosser-Mims, current Dean of TROY’s College of Education, will become Vice Chancellor of the Phenix City Campus, replacing Dr. David White, who is retiring after nearly 24 years of service to the University.
A Troy University Sorrell College of Business professor is helping Puerto Rican farmers become more resilient in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
With the aid of a $300,000 grant from a National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program, Dr. Patrick Holladay, an Associate Professor in the School…
World-renowned artist Fred “Nall” Hollis is bringing what is considered his most valuable and important series of art to Troy University’s International Arts Center.
“Alice in Wonderland,” an art series created by the Troy, Alabama-born artist from 1977 through 1979, will open to the public on Oct. 8 at the IAC.
The series, inspired…
Alumni and students in the metro Atlanta area can look toward TROY for a place to meet, work and network in the University’s support center in Alpharetta.
“Our office is a café-style space that gives students the opportunity to learn in a fun educational environment,” said Staci Hutto, the Atlanta Area Coordinator.
Hutto said the…