TROY commencements in Vietnam signal ‘global advancement’ of developing relationships and expanding partnerships

TROY commencement exercises in Vietnam reveal expanding growth potentials for the University and students.

TROY commencement exercises in Vietnam reveal expanding growth potentials for the University and students.

For most graduates, commencement exercises signify the beginning of a journey, a new career and a new life, but for 150 of the newest Troy University alumni, commencement also signals global advancement.

TROY Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., is introduced to students by Dr. David Buskirk. (submitted)

In late fall, Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr.,…

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ISCO brings varying cultures together for fun-filled night of food, entertainment and fellowship

There was a lot of excitement in the Lamar P. Higgins Ballrooms for the annual International Student Cultural Organization's ISCO Festival.

There was a lot of excitement in the Lamar P. Higgins Ballrooms for the annual International Student Cultural Organization's ISCO Festival.

Infectious smiles filled the Trojan Center Ballrooms during the ISCO Festival on Thursday night. 

The event featured a variety of performances showcasing just a few of the cultures represented at TROY. Songs,dance routines and a salsa demonstration highlighted the night and showed why Troy University is considered Alabama’s international university.

ISCO Festival-goers were treated to a variety of student acts during the entertainment portion of the event. (TROY photo/Aliza Chambers)

“Let me tell you why we thought it was important to become an international university,” said Dr. Jack Hawkins Jr., Chancellor, before…

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Full schedule of activities set for International Education Week at Troy University

With Gov. Ivey are: Ye Yuan, Tamara Arystanbekova, Most Shapla Khatun, Chau Minh Cu, Komal, Sital Singh Thapa, Ritusa Kulung Rai, Elima Azizmurat Kyzy

With Gov. Ivey are: Ye Yuan, Tamara Arystanbekova, Most Shapla Khatun, Chau Minh Cu, Komal, Sital Singh Thapa, Ritusa Kulung Rai, Elima Azizmurat Kyzy

International Education Week at Troy University got under way on Thursday with a proclamation signing by Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey and an international trivia night at B. Graves on the Square in downtown Troy.

On Thursday afternoon, Gov. Ivey, flanked by international students from TROY, proclaimed Nov. 13-17 as International Education Week and commended Troy…

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Students gather to observe, promote international peace

Students gather for the International Day of Peace observance presented by ISCO and the International Arts Center.

Students gather for the International Day of Peace observance presented by ISCO and the International Arts Center.

Displaying flags from countries represented on the Troy Campus, Troy University students marched to the International Arts Center on Thursday night where they gathered to observe the United Nation’s International Day of Peace.

Established by the UN General Assembly in 1981, the International Day of Peace was created to strengthen the ideals of peace through…

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