Troy University breaks ground on Coleman Hall in Dothan

Jeff Coleman, president and CEO of Coleman World Group, speaks during the groundbreaking ceremony for Coleman Hall, named for his father.

Jeff Coleman, president and CEO of Coleman World Group, speaks during the groundbreaking ceremony for Coleman Hall, named for his father.

Troy University officially broke ground today on Coleman Hall, a new $3.2 million facility to be located on the University’s Dothan Campus.

The 13,400-square-foot building will be the home of the Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family Enrichment, a collaboration between the College of Health and Human Services and the College of Education.

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Educational Leadership Hall of Fame induction set for TROY alumnus

The Alabama Educational Leadership Hall of Fame is located in Hawkins Hall, home to Troy University's College of Education. (TROY photo/Clif Lusk)

The Alabama Educational Leadership Hall of Fame is located in Hawkins Hall, home to Troy University's College of Education. (TROY photo/Clif Lusk)

One of Alabama’s and the nation’s outstanding leaders in education will be inducted into the Alabama Educational Leadership Hall of Fame at Troy University.

TROY alumnus Dr. L. Earl Franks will be honored with an induction ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 15 in Jack Hawkins, Jr. Hall.

Established in 1982, the Hall of Fame is…

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College of Education professors to edit national counseling journal

College of Education professors will edit a national academic journal in counseling.

College of Education professors will edit a national academic journal in counseling.

A group of Troy University professors will form the editorial team to publish the national academic journal of the Military and Government Counseling Association.

The “Journal of Military and Government Counseling” began six years ago for the association which is one of 19 national divisions of the American Counseling Association, the most prominent international professional…

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College of Education completes life-changing study and service in Africa

TROY College of Education students and faculty visited the Buganda Parliament and met the Speaker of the Parliament, the Hon. Nelson Kawalya.

TROY College of Education students and faculty visited the Buganda Parliament and met the Speaker of the Parliament, the Hon. Nelson Kawalya.

Five students and two professors traveled to Uganda during May 10-22 to learn powerful lessons and expand global awareness and understanding.

Students on the journey include Brittany Guris, majoring in American Sign Language Interpreter Training; Tyree McIntosh, Counseling and Rehabilitation; Nakisha Thomas, Social Work; Lydia Williams, Mass Communications; and Erin Woods, Student Affairs. Professors guiding…

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