Changes in leadership are coming to Troy University’s Phenix City Campus and College of Education.
Effective Oct. 1, Dr. Dionne Rosser-Mims, current Dean of TROY’s College of Education, will become Vice Chancellor of the Phenix City Campus, replacing Dr. David White, who is retiring after nearly 24 years of service to the University.
Troy University’s College of Education will host a Virtual Graduate Fair June 8-12, highlighting master’s, doctoral and specialist degree programs within the college.
The event, a partnership between the College of Education and the University’s Atlanta Support Center, will feature five webinars discussing graduate programs in elementary education, counseling and psychology, and the college’s…
Founded in 1887 as a teacher’s college, Troy University has a long history of preparing teachers and equipping them with resources to help them to be successful in the classroom. Now, as the COVID-19 coronavirus has forced the closure of schools, the University’s College of Education is helping teachers adjust to teaching from a distance,…
Faculty and staff within Troy University’s College of Education on Friday took to heart the words of the late P.T. Barnum, “The show must go on.”
The college’s annual Research and Scholarship Conference was set to take place on the University’s Montgomery Campus on Friday before the COVID-19 coronavirus shut down events. Not deterred, however,…