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Professor’s new book features art from TROY colleague

The book by Dr. Allen Jones focuses on a misunderstood medieval figure, Gregory of Tours.

The book by Dr. Allen Jones focuses on a misunderstood medieval figure, Gregory of Tours.

After years of work and decades of research, Dr. Allen Jones has a new book on the shelves that features cover art from a Troy University colleague.

“Death and Afterlife in the Pages of Gregory of Tours” is the second book authored by Jones, Chair of the History and Philosophy Department at TROY, and sheds…

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Alumna garners award as first-time book author

TROY alumna Chellie Phillips has won accolades for her book,

TROY alumna Chellie Phillips has won accolades for her book, "When in Doubt, Delete It!" (submitted)

TROY alumna Chellie W. Phillips recently won a 2019 Author Academy Award in the category of Self-Help for her book, “When In Doubt, Delete It!”

Phillips, a 1991 graduate of the Hall School of Journalism, received the award at the recent Author Academy Awards ceremony held at the Hilton Columbus/Polaris, in Columbus, Ohio.

As a first-time…

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Alumnus author David Mallach dedicates latest novel to TROY Chancellor

Troy University alumnus David Mallach delivers the keynote address during the  Fall 2014 commencement at the Troy Campus.

Troy University alumnus David Mallach delivers the keynote address during the Fall 2014 commencement at the Troy Campus.

Author and Troy University alumnus David A. Mallach is dedicating his latest novel, a thriller about groundbreaking science, to TROY’s groundbreaking chancellor, Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr.

Mallach is a Managing Director of Investments for Merrill Lynch and is also the author of seven “financial thrillers” set amidst the backdrop of finance, politics and geopolitical intrigue….

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TROY initiative saving students money on books

Troy University has developed and implemented an initiative aimed at saving students money on textbooks through Open Educational Resources.

Troy University has developed and implemented an initiative aimed at saving students money on textbooks through Open Educational Resources.

It’s no secret that textbooks are expensive.

That’s why Troy University is looking for ways to save students money by using low-cost and no-cost educational resources in the classroom.

A work group of faculty and administrators has spent more than a year developing a plan for using Open Educational Resources, which include textbooks and other…

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