The brothers of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity were proud to welcome Dr. Bernard Harris, the first African American to perform a spacewalk, to their third annual Scholarship Breakfast.
Harris completed his spacewalk in February of 1995 while on the first flight of the joint Russian-American Space Program. He was the physician for each of the…
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…
When Brittney Taylor entered the Trojan Center ballroom, she wasn’t expecting her outlook on life to change.
But Taylor, one of about 60 Troy University senior nursing students who took part in a poverty simulation Tuesday morning, learned valuable lessons over the course of just a few hours.
“I learned not to be as judgmental,”…
Troy University is helping Troy Elementary School students build new outdoor classrooms.
The University and the Office of Civic Engagement applied for a Youth Service America MLK Day of Service Impact Grant on behalf of Troy Elementary School, which has been awarded $1,500 to improve its outdoor classroom space.
For this project, the Office of…