For more than 16 years, Troy University’s Dr. Halil Akbas worked in law enforcement in his native Turkey. There, he managed national and international projects relating to immigration, human trafficking and border security.
After being seriously injured during a terrorist attack in Turkey, he learned first-hand the risks police officers and agents face in the…
Troy University’s College of Communication and Fine Arts presents its annual Sounds of the Season holiday celebration on Tuesday, Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. in Claudia Crosby Theater.
This year’s show, titled “On the Air,” invites guests to enjoy an evening of nostalgic music and lighthearted entertainment as the Troy University Jazz Band performs big…
Troy University has announced the hiring of Associate Vice Chancellors for Marketing and Communication and Enrollment Management.
Dr. Blake Bedsole has been named Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management, while Leslie Scrushy, a TROY alumna, will serve as Associate Vice Chancellor for Marketing and Communication. Both positions will become effective Jan. 1.
In addition, the…
The first National Peanut Festival occurred in Dothan, Alabama, on November 10-12, 1938. Most of us recall that first festival for hosting Dr. George Washington Carver’s address, “Great Creator, What is a Peanut and Why Do You Make It?”
Dr. George Washington Carver speaks to the inaugural National Peanut Festival, from “Alabama Magazine”, Nov. 21, 1938….