Troy University arboretum added to Alabama Birding Trails

The arboretum joins over 280 sites and is only the second location in Pike County to make the list.

The arboretum joins over 280 sites and is only the second location in Pike County to make the list.

Troy University’s arboretum is home to 75 acres, over eight miles of walking trails and a Champion Tree, and now it’s officially listed as a designated stop on the Alabama Birding Trails.

The Alabama Birding Trails highlight the best public locations for watching birds year-round in Alabama across eight geographic regions and over 280 stops—…

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How To Specialize in Artificial Intelligence

Earning TROY’s Master’s degree in Computer Science is one of the most effective ways to enter the AI field.

Earning TROY’s Master’s degree in Computer Science is one of the most effective ways to enter the AI field.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing the way we work — and live. From helping us solve social challenges and improving business outcomes to boosting our productivity and enhancing our creativity, the possibilities and potential of AI seem endless. 

But while recent innovations have brought AI into the spotlight, the artificial intelligence field is not new,…

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TROY names first recipient of James F. Rinehart Memorial Scholarship

Dr. James Rinehart served TROY for 20 years and was Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences before his passing in 2015.

Dr. James Rinehart served TROY for 20 years and was Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences before his passing in 2015.

Named in memory of the late Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, the first recipient of the James F. Rinehart Memorial Scholarship has been announced. 

Laura Grace Dennis, a graduate student in the Applied Mathematical Science Graduate Program from Prattville, Ala., graduated from TROY with her bachelor’s degree in secondary math education in 2022. The summer after…

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Troy University’s first mock trial team wins awards at first competition

TROY students brought home the Spirit of AMTA award and a Best Attorney award.

TROY students brought home the Spirit of AMTA award and a Best Attorney award.

Troy University’s first ever mock trial team competed at the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) Jackson Regional held Feb. 16-18 in Jackson, Mississippi, bringing home two awards.

The AMTA, the governing body of intercollegiate mock trials in the United States, hosts regional and national tournaments for mock trial teams across the country. Over 7,000 undergraduate…

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