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    University dedicates Gerald O. Dial Hall

    News | October 26, 2020

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    Lucy Pu crowned Homecoming Queen

    News | October 24, 2020

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    Dothan nursing program unveils new simulator

    News | October 22, 2020

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The Career-Boosting Impact of a Graduate Degree

Dr. Lance Tatum, Senior Vice Chancellor Academic for Affairs, presents a

Dr. Lance Tatum, Senior Vice Chancellor Academic for Affairs, presents a "master hood" to a TROY Graduate School student during commencement.

A graduate degree can open up many career opportunities. The Graduate School at TROY makes it easier than ever to invest in your career and in yourself.

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Trojans remember Sim Byrd, the ‘Joe Namath’ of small-college football

Sim Byrd died at the age of 75 on Nov. 18. He was the quarterback of the 1968 NAIA National Championship Troy Red Wave team.

Sim Byrd died at the age of 75 on Nov. 18. He was the quarterback of the 1968 NAIA National Championship Troy Red Wave team.

Hall of Fame and National Champion Troy quarterback Sim Byrd passed away Wednesday, Nov. 18; he was 75 years old.

One of Troy’s first modern day All-Americans, Byrd led the then Red Wave to the 1968 NAIA National Championship behind passing numbers that were way ahead of his time. In Troy’s semifinal and championship game…

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TROY BEST Robotics to host virtual competition

The event features high school and middle school students competing.

The event features high school and middle school students competing.

For the third year, Troy University is sponsoring the Troy University BEST (Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) Robotics hub competition.  

The TROY BEST Robotics competition is an event designed to inspire students in southeast Alabama to pursue careers in technology, science and engineering through participation in competitive programs.

The competition is a virtual and…

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Troy University to celebrate GIS Day 2020 on Wednesday

Geospatial Informatics, a rapidly growing and in-demand field, is a scientific framework for gathering, analyzing and interpreting geographic data.

Geospatial Informatics, a rapidly growing and in-demand field, is a scientific framework for gathering, analyzing and interpreting geographic data.

Troy University’s Department of Geospatial Informatics will celebrate GIS Day on Wednesday, Nov. 18, with a free webinar and information table located on the academic quad outside of the Math and Science Complex on the Troy Campus.

GIS is a scientific framework for gathering, analyzing and interpreting geographic data. A rapidly growing field, GIS…

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