TROY faculty performing at Carnegie Hall

Dr. Ben Crook and Dr. Heather Small will perform Dr. Carl Vollrath's music on July 15 in NYC.

Dr. Ben Crook and Dr. Heather Small will perform Dr. Carl Vollrath's music on July 15 in NYC.

Two faculty members from Troy University’s College of Communication and Fine Arts will be performing at New York City’s Carnegie Hall on July 15 in a concert featuring the works of TROY Professor Emeritus Dr. Carl Vollrath. 

Dr. Heather Small, Associate Professor of flute, and Dr. Ben Crook, Assistant Professor of piano, will be performing the first…

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TROY design students win ADDY awards at regional, national levels

Five students and alumni won regional ADDY awards with one student winning a national award.

Five students and alumni won regional ADDY awards with one student winning a national award.

After winning 27 American Advertising Awards in Troy University’s two local markets, Dothan and Montgomery, five design students’ work continued to win at the regional and national levels.

In the regional competition, now-alumni Nathan Hobbs, Howard Purvee and Zack Pappanastos won a Silver ADDY for their Stephen King Catalog commercial campaign which was created as a freelance…

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Troy University’s Will Jacks awarded fellowship by Alabama State Council on the Arts

Jacks works in his studio during a residency on the Gulf Coast this summer.

Jacks works in his studio during a residency on the Gulf Coast this summer.

Will Jacks, Assistant Professor of Art & Design at Troy University, has received a fellowship from the Alabama State Council on the Arts, along with a $5,000 grant.

ASCA fellowships are awarded to individuals working in arts education, dance, design, media/photography, music, literature, theater, visual arts and crafts. These grants recognize artistic excellence as well…

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Troy University Art and Design Chair strengthens international relations

Art & Design Chair Greg Skaggs spent 16 days in China teaching and creating new partnerships.

Art & Design Chair Greg Skaggs spent 16 days in China teaching and creating new partnerships.

Troy University Art & Design Chair Greg Skaggs has returned to TROY after 16 days at the Changzhou Institute of Technology in China teaching studio art classes, strengthening existing relations and building new ones. 

Skaggs first visited C.I.T. in 2019 and visited again in 2023. Both previous visits yielded 30 new international students coming into…

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