Education students gain classroom experience through Summer Spectacular

The annual camp, open to children ages 4-12, is overseen by TROY students and faculty.

The annual camp, open to children ages 4-12, is overseen by TROY students and faculty.

Troy University College of Education students are gaining valuable experience this summer with the Summer Spectacular program at the University’s Dothan Campus.

In its 26th year, the camp gives Wiregrass children ages 4 to 12 a chance for summer fun while they learn about science, technology, engineering and math.

The experience also benefits the…

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Troy University receives ACHE approval to offer a new doctoral degree, the Ph.D. in Global Leadership

Troy University has been approved by ACHE to offer a Ph.D. in Global Leadership.

Troy University has been approved by ACHE to offer a Ph.D. in Global Leadership.

Troy University has been approved by the Alabama Commission on Higher Education to offer a new doctoral degree, the Ph.D. in Global Leadership.

The degree can be completed online, offering a way for working professionals to earn a Ph.D. The program will move on to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools for final approval…

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TROY’s College of Education presents books to Valiant Cross Academy scholars

Faculty from TROY's College of Education present books to scholars at Valiant Cross Academy as a part of the Warriors for Reading initiative.

Faculty from TROY's College of Education present books to scholars at Valiant Cross Academy as a part of the Warriors for Reading initiative.

Troy University’s College of Education has equipped a new group of Montgomery school children to be “Warriors for Reading,” thanks to the donation of more than 170 books to students at Valiant Cross Academy.

The donation, which took place Friday at Valiant Cross, followed a donation drive on the University’s Montgomery Campus that saw faculty,…

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TROY donates hundreds of books to Dothan school

Dr. Kirk Davis and Kelly Springs Elementary Principal Wanda Dismukes sort through boxes of donated books.

Dr. Kirk Davis and Kelly Springs Elementary Principal Wanda Dismukes sort through boxes of donated books.

Troy University’s College of Education donated about 200 books Friday to Kelly Springs Elementary School in Dothan, enough for each of the school’s kindergartners, first graders and second graders.

Faculty, staff and students at the Dothan Campus recently collected books and money as part of Warriors for Reading, an initiative aimed at bringing reading opportunities…

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