Students in Troy University’s Global Leadership Ph.D. program had the opportunity to renew relationships and forge new bonds this weekend as they took part in the program’s second annual Immersion Weekend.
The program, which is offered exclusively online through the University’s College of Education, launched in the fall of 2020. The convenience of a program…
The Alabama Commission on Higher Education today approved an instructional role change for Troy University that will allow the University to offer additional doctoral degrees, a move that paves the way for TROY’s continued maturation as a research institution.
TROY applied in June for a change in instructional role, and following a recommendation of approval…
A Troy University doctoral student has garnered one of just five National Collegiate Athletics Association Student Research Grants.
Karina Jolly, a Sport Management Ph.D. student in the Sorrell College of Business, received the $7,500 grant aimed at stimulating research on college sports in social and behavioral science fields.
Karina Jolly, a doctoral student in Sport Management, is a 2023…
Troy University alumna Meagan Gorsuch’s message to others is to live life to the fullest and it is a message that she takes to heart every day in her own life.
Gorsuch, who received her master’s degree in Adult Education during TROY’s summer commencement on July 28, was born legally deaf and blind.