Thanks to the Confucius Institute, a group of Troy University representatives recently toured China, exploring the mutual benefits of TROY’s relationship with the country while learning and teaching along the way.
The excursion took the TROY representatives to Shanghai, Chongqing, Xi’an and Beijing, an experience that included both educational and cultural visits.
“My trip to…
Troy University was one of the first institutions to join the 1+2+1 Program, a groundbreaking partnership between American and Chinese universities that has paved the way for thousands of Chinese students to study in the U.S.
The 1+2+1 program has not only benefited the Chinese students, it has also been transformative for Troy University, said Chancellor…
Dr. William “Drew” Wagstaff, an assistant professor of international security for the Blue Horizons Program within the U.S. Air Force’s Center for Strategy and Technology at Maxwell Air Force Base, will address China’s growth and what that means for the international community during a presentation to the Alabama World Affairs Council on Feb. 12.
Troy University international students will hold a variety of public new year celebrations in the coming weeks.
The celebrations start with the annual Chinese New Year Spring Festival on Thursday, Jan. 31 at 5 p.m. in the Trojan Center ballrooms.
This year’s program includes traditional dances and performances along with Chinese food, such as fried…