Gilman Scholarship, Chancellor’s Award aids TROY student studying abroad in South Korea

Dakota Tomes is now one of 10 TROY students to receive the Gilman Scholarship.

Dakota Tomes is now one of 10 TROY students to receive the Gilman Scholarship.

Troy University sophomore Dakota Tomes is preparing to spend his spring semester studying abroad at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul, South Korea, thanks to TROY’s Chancellor’s Award for Global Competitiveness (CAGC) and the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program. 

Tomes, an anthropology major from Scottsburg, Indiana, will take flight at the end of February to…

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Troy University Alumni Association charters Anthropology Alumni Chapter

From left are: Development's Josh Marvin, Vice President Robby Elmore, President Dr. Stephen Carmody and Alumni Affairs Director Faith Byrd.

From left are: Development's Josh Marvin, Vice President Robby Elmore, President Dr. Stephen Carmody and Alumni Affairs Director Faith Byrd.

The newest Troy University alumni chapter has a clear-cut mission in mind – networking.

The Anthropology Alumni Chapter recently became the Troy University Alumni Association’s 67th chartered chapter during the Alumni Leadership Conference held on the Troy Campus.

The chapter’s President Dr. Stephen Carmody, who is Chair of TROY’s Department of Anthropology, hopes the new…

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Junior Archaeology Day teaches kids how to be an archaeologist

Students from across the Wiregrass learned about archaeology with hands-on activities.

Students from across the Wiregrass learned about archaeology with hands-on activities.

Around 50 budding young archaeologists excavated plant and pottery materials, learned how to read dirt and how those who came before us hunted during the recent Junior Archaeology Day event hosted by the Troy University Anthropology Club and the Alabama Archaeological Society at the TROY arboretum.

The event was designed to give children in kindergarten…

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Troy University hosting Junior Archaeology Day on Feb. 19

Children in kindergarten through sixth grade are invited to Junior Archaeology Day held at the TROY arboretum on Feb. 19.

Children in kindergarten through sixth grade are invited to Junior Archaeology Day held at the TROY arboretum on Feb. 19.

Troy University Anthropology and the Alabama Archaeological Society are hosting a Junior Archaeology Day on the Troy Campus for kids in kindergarten through sixth grade on Sunday, Feb. 19.

Dr. Stephen Carmody, Chair of the Anthropology, Sociology, and Criminology Department and assistant professor of anthropology, said the goal is to give children interested in archaeology…

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