Five Troy University students were part of an archaeological expedition that recently announced a major find in Ashkelon, Israel, that may provide clues to a Biblical mystery.
The Leon Levy Expedition, a 30-year excavation of Ashkelon, recently announced the discovery of what its archeologists believe to be the world’s first discovered Philistine cemetery.
Troy University students will have a chance this fall to learn about history in a rather unconventional manner: by playing games.
Dr. Scout Blum, a professor in the University’s Department of History and Philosophy, will teach History Through Games, a hands-on interactive course that marries popular board, roleplaying and video games with a history curriculum.
A recently awarded $500,000 grant from the Daniel Foundation will help fund Troy University’s construction of a park that will serve as a cultural arts centerpiece for the community.
Located between the Troy University Chancellor’s home and McKinley Drive, the Janice Hawkins Cultural Arts Park will be a botanical showplace as well as a center…
A new advertising campaign, which launched in June, celebrates Troy University Montgomery’s continued and growing commitment to the River Region.
The campaign, developed by Chemistry Atlanta, features two television commercials as well as print, digital and outdoor advertisements. Building on the University’s ongoing Trojan Warrior Spirit campaign, the new advertisements focus on Troy University Montgomery…