Youth Business Summit to bring more than 200 to Dothan Campus

April 25, 2017
By Greg Phillips

More than 200 people representing nine area high schools are expected to attend the first Troy University Youth Business Summit on May 4 at the Dothan Campus.

The day-long event is designed to enlighten high school students about careers in business, engage them in business workshops, enable them to network with business professionals, and to…

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Dr. Margaret Gnoinska receives Troy University’s Ingalls Award

April 24, 2017
By Andy Ellis

Dr. Margaret K. Gnoinska, associate professor in Troy University’s Division of History and Philosophy, is the recipient of the University’s 2017 Ingalls Award for Excellence in Classroom Teaching.

Gnoinska received the award during the University’s annual Honors Convocation held in the Claudia Crosby Theater on the Troy Campus.

The Ingalls Award is given annually to…

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Cassandra King receives Troy University’s Hall-Waters Prize

April 21, 2017
By Andy Ellis

Cassandra King, author of five novels including the critically acclaimed “Moonrise,” has received Troy University’s Hall-Waters Prize.

Presented during a luncheon on Friday at the International Arts Center on the Troy Campus, the Hall-Waters Prize recognizes an individual who has made significant contributions to Southern heritage and culture in history, literature or the arts. The…

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