Troy University’s Office of Civic Engagement recently hosted its annual Can Castle contest to help fight food insecurity.
The contest collects food cans for the campus’ Backpacks for Kids program that helps feed local children around Pike County for several months.
Each participating organization creates a castle out of the cans the group has collected.
Troy University’s Continuing Education and Outreach is presenting a training seminar on diversity and unconscious bias to all City of Dothan employees.
The classes began Thursday at the Dothan Civic Center after approval and funding from the Dothan City Commission.
“People’s past experiences, their values, their beliefs shape their thoughts,” said Laura Chambliss, Market Development…
For Marine Col. Chris Richie, Troy University’s Continuing Education & Outreach hit more than just a home run for the General “Hap” Arnold Executive Leadership Series – it was more of a grand slam.
Richie directs the program as a faculty member within the Air War College, a part of Air University at Maxwell Air…
Troy University staff members and partnering organizations are uniting local school districts and regional arts in a creative way – through a new, community-wide art project known as Bugs on Broad.
Bugs on Broad combines the imaginative talents of local elementary school children and professional artists native to the Chattahoochee Valley region. The program’s mission…