Three faculty members from Troy University’s College of Education, Dothan Campus, received the Chancellor’s Award of Distinction in Sponsored Programs on Dec. 2 for their project to enable teachers and families to increase literacy rates among 4-year-olds at two area pre-K programs.
The presentation was made during the University’s 25th annual Sponsored Programs Recognition Luncheon.
Dr. Royce H. “Hank” Dasinger has been named dean of the College of Education at Troy University.
Dr. Dasinger has more than 30 years of experience in education and training and currently serves as president of Ingram State Technical College, the state’s only educational institution providing postsecondary career and technical education only to incarcerated adults…
George B. Beasley of Fort Payne, Kathy S. Campbell of Tuskegee and Sarah Fanning of Huntsville will be inducted into the Alabama Educational Leadership Hall of Fame at Troy University during a ceremony on Nov. 18.
The ceremony is set for 10:30 a.m. and will take place in Jack Hawkins, Jr. Hall on the Troy…
Troy University is partnering with two Dothan child care centers to help 4-year-olds better transition into kindergarten.
Project Pre-K to K Transition will provide teaching assistance to Eastside Childcare Learning Center, located on Columbia Highway, and Pal-A-Roos Daycare, located on Hodgesville Road, starting Sept. 12.
“The Pre-K to K Transition Project was formed from recognizing…