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Porter moves forward to the next leg of his journey with TROY

Diane and Curt Porter pose with Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor, during retirement reception, celebrating Dr. Porter's years of full-time service.

Diane and Curt Porter pose with Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor, during retirement reception, celebrating Dr. Porter's years of full-time service.

Dr. Curt Porter sat back in his chair, his index fingers propped against his chin and his eyes peering toward the ceiling of his Hawkins Hall office.

“It’s been a good trip,” he said after a few moments of thoughtful silence.

Porter was honored on Jan. 31 with a retirement reception, celebrating his departure from…

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TROY alumnus, journalist to speak at annual journalism symposium

Craig Pittman, a 1981 TROY graduate, writes for the Tampa Bay Times and has published four books. He will address TROY students on Feb. 19.

Craig Pittman, a 1981 TROY graduate, writes for the Tampa Bay Times and has published four books. He will address TROY students on Feb. 19.

Craig Pittman, a Florida environmental journalist, investigative reporter and author who is a Troy graduate, will speak Feb. 19 at Troy University’s annual journalism symposium.

Pittman’s topic will be “How to Be the Most Destructive Force on Campus: The truth may set you free, but don’t expect everyone to like it.” It is a reference…

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Teaching Excellence Fellows Program deemed successful start to long-term exchange partnership

Dr. Earl Ingram, Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, addresses the closing ceremony of the Teaching Excellence Fellows Program.

Dr. Earl Ingram, Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, addresses the closing ceremony of the Teaching Excellence Fellows Program.

When the closing ceremony for the Teaching Excellence Fellows Program ended on Thursday, none of the participants seemed in any hurry to leave the room.

The 13-week program, which began in November, brought 26 faculty members from Chongqing Normal University, the Chinese partner university to TROY’s Confucius Institute, to the Troy Campus to study educational…

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Grant enables Troy University professors to launch suicide prevention program

A grant is funding a suicide prevention program led by Drs. Kanessa Doss, Sherrionda Crawford and Shelley Reed.

A grant is funding a suicide prevention program led by Drs. Kanessa Doss, Sherrionda Crawford and Shelley Reed.

Three Troy University professors are working to raise awareness about suicide risk factors and provide resources to aid in its prevention thanks to a grant from the Alabama Department of Public Health and its Bureau of Health Promotion and Chronic Disease through a cooperative agreement with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Dr….

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