What Does an Electronic Engineering Technologist Do?

TROY's Electronics Engineering Technology degree positions you to innovate within the field and grow continuously in your career.

TROY's Electronics Engineering Technology degree positions you to innovate within the field and grow continuously in your career.

Have you ever wondered how your favorite devices work or wanted to get a deeper understanding of the technology that helps shape our lives? Electronics engineering technologists and technicians have an up-close view of everything from smartphones to security systems. They combine a passion for technology with technical expertise to improve and innovate new devices,…

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Troy University partnership with Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women receives $10K grant to support gardening, art program

The eventual goal for the program is to have gardens in women's prisons statewide.

The eventual goal for the program is to have gardens in women's prisons statewide.

Heading into its sixth year, Troy University and the Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women’s gardening and art class partnership has received a $10,000 grant from the Strickland Foundation, a non-profit organization based in Tennessee.

Now named Gardening in the Alabama Prison System (GAPS), the partnership formed in 2019 after Dr. Sharon Everhardt, Associate Dean for…

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How Hard Is a Computer Science Degree?

TROY's Computer Science program allows you to tailor your degree to your interests and career goals.

TROY's Computer Science program allows you to tailor your degree to your interests and career goals.

How Hard Is a Computer Science Degree?

Have you always been fascinated with computers and technology? Are you excited about where emerging technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) can take us? If so, a computer science degree may be an ideal area of study for you. 

Computer science is a fascinating and rewarding field with nearly…

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TROY researcher leads team in developing new lung surfactant for premature babies

The researchers are aiming to replace Infasurf with a synthetic surfactant. (Image courtesy ONY Biotech)

The researchers are aiming to replace Infasurf with a synthetic surfactant. (Image courtesy ONY Biotech)

Troy University researcher Dr. Suzanne Farver Lukjan is the lead scientist on a team helping to develop a synthetic lung surfactant used to prevent and treat respiratory distress in premature babies. 

Surfactants are substances that decrease surface tension where liquids interface with other liquids, gases or solids. In addition to their use in medicines, they…

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