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TROY professor helping to create agritourism industry in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico

The central mountains of Puerto Rico has drawn the attention of TROY professor Dr. Patrick Holladay and a team of academic and civic leaders.

The central mountains of Puerto Rico has drawn the attention of TROY professor Dr. Patrick Holladay and a team of academic and civic leaders.

A Troy University Sorrell College of Business professor is helping Puerto Rican farmers become more resilient in the wake of Hurricane Maria.

With the aid of a $300,000 grant from a National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program, Dr. Patrick Holladay, an Associate Professor in the School…

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Students, faculty adjusting to virtual environment

Dance adjunct instructor Buffy Lusk communicates is holding virtual tap classes. (TROY phot0/Clif Lusk)

Dance adjunct instructor Buffy Lusk communicates is holding virtual tap classes. (TROY phot0/Clif Lusk)

Robert Earl Stewart has taught adjunct longer than many full-time faculty members have had their stripes – almost 20 years.

With the COVID-19 outbreak, however, Stewart, a distinguished lecturer of finance and professor emeritus in the Sorrell College of Business, has made a successful transition to the online delivery of instruction for his students. He…

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Montgomery mayor to keynote Troy University commencement

Spring Commencement for the Troy Campus is Friday, May 10. (TROY photo/Clif Lusk)
 

Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange will offer the keynote address at Troy University’s commencement exercises on Friday at the Troy Campus.

Nearly 1,000 students will have their degrees officially conferred in the 10 a.m. ceremonies, which require a free ticket for admission. This spring’s commencement marks one of the University’s largest graduation ceremonies, and the largest…

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Success predicated on planning, perserverance

TROY's Sorrell College of Business will house its IDEA Bank in the former Regions Bank building on the Square in downtown Troy.

TROY's Sorrell College of Business will house its IDEA Bank in the former Regions Bank building on the Square in downtown Troy.

Sorrell College of Business students need to have a plan of action in order to succeed, and one TROY alumnus has donated funds to help team students with business mentors to accomplish that mission.

Dr. Harrel McKinney, a 1962 graduate, founded Alabama Reference Laboratories, Inc. in 1972. In 2003, he was named the Distinguished Leadership…

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