The effects of COVID-19 continue to be felt everywhere in the world, but those effects are especially potent for healthcare workers.
Since the coronavirus became a global pandemic, hospitals and clinics have been filled with patients, some suffering from the virus and others dealing with other conditions or stresses that may be related to it.
Members of Troy University’s John M. Long School of Music haven’t let the coronavirus stop them and their students from performing.
While in-person concerts aren’t happening due to COVID-19, several faculty members and their students have used technology to create stunning virtual performances.
The Symphony Band, Concert Chorale and Frequency have all crafted collaborative pieces…
A Troy University lecturer is working with a major biotechnology company to research ways to combat the effects of COVID-19 on patients’ lungs.
Dr. Suzanne Lukjan, a Lecturer in the Chemistry and Physics Department, is working with ONY Biotech, the manufacturer of Infasurf® (calfactant) and a leader in the creation of non-invasive neonatal therapies for…
For the first time, all summer courses at Troy University will be offered online rather than on campus, and registration starts Wednesday, April 15.
The move to combine the summer semester and Term 5 University-wide due to the effects of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is an unprecedented example of TROY’s position as a pioneer in…