White House photographers to headline M. Stanton Evans Journalism Symposium

This year's event is part of a two-week Career Development series.

This year's event is part of a two-week Career Development series.

White House photographers Ralph Alswang and Paul Morse are set to headline this year’s annual, but expanded, M. Stanton Evans Journalism Symposium on March 23.

Partnering with the Department of Art and Design, the M. Stanton Evans Journalism Symposium is just one of many events planned as a career development series that culminates in an…

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TROY debuts new music industry degree with Nashville concert

TROY celebrated its new MBA in Music Industry at 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville in March.

TROY celebrated its new MBA in Music Industry at 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville in March.

With the music and sights of Nashville serving as the backdrop in an iconic music venue, Troy University announced its newest academic program, the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Music Industry, and celebrated the launch of the Master of Business Administration in Music Industry degree.

It is the first music industry-related undergraduate business program in…

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Arnold named Director of Development for CCFA

Alumnus Rachel Joe Arnold is now serving as Director of Development for the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

Alumnus Rachel Joe Arnold is now serving as Director of Development for the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

Troy University Alumnus Rachel Joe Arnold has joined the Office of Development as Director of Development for the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the International Arts Center.

Arnold is a two-time TROY graduate with a 2019 bachelor’s degree in graphic design and a 2021 master’s degree in strategic communication. She previously worked as…

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Students compete to showcase their professional design abilities at the IDEA Bank

A class competition has resulted in a new display of student work at the IDEA Bank. (TROY photo/Aliza Chambers)

A class competition has resulted in a new display of student work at the IDEA Bank. (TROY photo/Aliza Chambers)

A competition to teach students to create functional and business-worthy designs for professional settings has resulted in 17 of 100 submissions being selected for display at Troy University’s IDEA Bank.

The “IDEAtion X Gallery” showcases the work of Troy University art and design students. (TROY photo/Aliza Chambers)

The “IDEAtion X Gallery” is a result of…

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