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    Role change clears way for more doctoral programs at TROY

    News | September 08, 2023

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    TROY ranked among Money's 2023 Best Colleges

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    Troy Public Radio launches "On Leadership" with Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr.

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TROY to offer course on ‘Harry Potter’ novels in Spring 2017

In the Spring 2017 semester, TROY will offer a course focusing on J.K. Rowling's

In the Spring 2017 semester, TROY will offer a course focusing on J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter" novels.

In the spring of 2017, students will have the opportunity to take an English course that delves into the magical world of J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter.”

Taught by Dr. Noel Harold Kaylor, a professor of English, the class will take a deeper look into the series as more than a simple fantasy story.

“We are going to…

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Applying historical context makes Montgomery Bus Boycott easier to understand, Bell says

Montgomery Improvement Association leaders’ “Victory Ride” aboard a city bus in December 1955 signaled the end of the 381-day Montgomery Bus Boycott.

Montgomery Improvement Association leaders’ “Victory Ride” aboard a city bus in December 1955 signaled the end of the 381-day Montgomery Bus Boycott.

The Dec. 1, 1955 arrest of Rosa Parks for failure to relinquish her seat on a Montgomery city bus to a white male is often thought of as the spark for the Montgomery Bus Boycott. However, what took place that day at the intersections of Lee and Montgomery streets in Alabama’s capital city was likely…

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Troy University recognizes faculty, staff for grant-writing efforts

Dr. Tonya Conner, Pamela Wimbish and Dr. Cynthia Hicks, faculty members in the College of Education at Troy University’s Dothan Campus, honored.

Dr. Tonya Conner, Pamela Wimbish and Dr. Cynthia Hicks, faculty members in the College of Education at Troy University’s Dothan Campus, honored.

Three faculty members from Troy University’s College of Education, Dothan Campus, received the Chancellor’s Award of Distinction in Sponsored Programs on Dec. 2 for their project to enable teachers and families to increase literacy rates among 4-year-olds at two area pre-K programs.

The presentation was made during the University’s 25th annual Sponsored Programs Recognition Luncheon.

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Local elementary students perform Christmas songs at Dothan Campus

About 60 students from local elementary schools sang Christmas songs at Troy University's Dothan Campus on Tuesday.

About 60 students from local elementary schools sang Christmas songs at Troy University's Dothan Campus on Tuesday.

About 60 students from Dothan’s Selma Street Elementary and Highlands Elementary schools sang Christmas songs at Troy University’s Dothan Campus on Tuesday, Dec. 6 as part of the campus’ Festival of Trees week.

The students sang a few songs, then joined the audience at Sony Hall for a singalong to classic holiday hits. The children…

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