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Troy University partnering with two Dothan child care centers

Education faculty at the Dothan Campus will be providing teaching assistance to two local child care centers.

Education faculty at the Dothan Campus will be providing teaching assistance to two local child care centers.

Troy University is partnering with two Dothan child care centers to help 4-year-olds better transition into kindergarten.

Project Pre-K to K Transition will provide teaching assistance to Eastside Childcare Learning Center, located on Columbia Highway, and Pal-A-Roos Daycare, located on Hodgesville Road, starting Sept. 12.

“The Pre-K to K Transition Project was formed from recognizing…

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Troy University Surveying and Geomatics Sciences program wins national recognition

 

Troy University’s Surveying and Geomatics Sciences program is one of 10 in the nation to be honored with the Surveying Education Award by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES).

The award, which includes a $10,000 prize, recognizes programs that best reflect the organization’s mission to advance licensure for engineers and surveyors…

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Secretary Merrill urges students to overcome obstacles to achieve success

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill  delivers the keynote address to TROY graduates on Friday, July 22, at the Troy Campus.

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill delivers the keynote address to TROY graduates on Friday, July 22, at the Troy Campus.

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill challenged graduates at Troy University to be prepared to overcome roadblocks to success and live a life of service to others.

His remarks came during the University’s summer commencement exercises Friday in Trojan Arena, where about 500 students participated in the ceremony representing 21 U.S. states and seven countries…

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TROY students help make major archeological find in Israel

Savanna Moore was one of five Troy University students who took part in the Leon Levy Expedition in Ashkelon, Israel, this summer.

Savanna Moore was one of five Troy University students who took part in the Leon Levy Expedition in Ashkelon, Israel, this summer.

Five Troy University students were part of an archaeological expedition that recently announced a major find in Ashkelon, Israel, that may provide clues to a Biblical mystery.

The Leon Levy Expedition, a 30-year excavation of Ashkelon, recently announced the discovery of what its archeologists believe to be the world’s first discovered Philistine cemetery.

The discovery…

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