A pair of students from Troy University’s Student Support Services at the Dothan Campus recently brought home honors in the very first collegiate Freedom Speaks competition presented by PACE, Inc.
Zakia Walton, a graduate student in Rehabilitation Counseling, placed third and Sara Haywood, a senior majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies, placed fourth.
Standing for Proclaiming America’s…
A group of Troy University doctoral students have traveled to London to get a first-hand experience of leadership on the global stage.
The students are a part of the first three cohorts of the University’s online Global Leadership Ph.D. program, which was launched in 2020 in TROY’s College of Education.
The group is attending the…
The workplace has seen unprecedented change in recent years, thanks to the pandemic and to changing cultural attitudes. From introducing remote working, literally overnight, to millions of once office-bound workers to employees re-imagining what the workplace should look like — and voting with their feet when management doesn’t comply — businesses have had to adopt…
A Troy University FarmHouse Fraternity member was one of just 12 undergraduates in the country to be invited to attend the national organization’s Power of 7 Seminar.
Dalton Cates, a junior marketing major from Leeds, was selected by the national fraternity to spend spring break in Washington, D.C. at the historic Mayflower Hotel…