Dr. Natalia M. Petrzela, associate professor of history at The New School in New York City, will discuss the legacy of writer, educator and politician Dr. Maxwell Rafferty and the impact it has for education in the 21st century on Nov. 18 at Troy University.
The lecture, “Education at the Crossroads: Understanding Max Rafferty and…
Adventurer, author and motivational speaker Erik Weihenmayer, who, in 2001, became the first blind person to reach the summit of Mt. Everest, will bring his “No Barriers” message to Troy University on Oct. 16 for the annual Helen Keller Lecture.
The free lecture is set for 10 a.m. in the Claudia Crosby Theater in Smith…
Applications will be accepted starting Jan. 2, 2020, for Troy University’s new doctoral program, the Ph.D. in Global Leadership.
The program received final approval in September from The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, clearing the way for enrollment to begin with an anticipated start date of Fall 2020 for the first…
Andrew Onimus was a dean’s list student, a captain of the track team and a defensive back on the football team at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa. But, in 2014 during his senior year in college, Onimus was something else as well – suicidal.
Onimus’ struggles began with anxiety, battling panic attacks and depression….