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Troy University recognizes faculty, staff for grant writing success

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor, presents the 2018 Chancellor's Award of Distinction in Sponsored Programs to Dr. Govind Menon.

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor, presents the 2018 Chancellor's Award of Distinction in Sponsored Programs to Dr. Govind Menon.

Dr. Govind Menon, director of Troy University’s School of Science and Technology, was honored on Wednesday with the Chancellor’s Award of Distinction in Sponsored Programs for his successful grant-writing efforts in 2018.

The presentation was made during the University’s 27th annual Sponsored Programs Recognition Luncheon on the Troy Campus.

Dr. Menon received a $3.2 million…

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Italian Senator tells graduates their journey is just beginning

Italian Sen. Massimo Mallegni delivered the commencement address to Troy Campus graduates on Friday at Trojan Arena.

Italian Sen. Massimo Mallegni delivered the commencement address to Troy Campus graduates on Friday at Trojan Arena.

Italian Sen. Massimo Mallegni told Troy University graduates on Friday that their commencement ceremony did not represent an ending but rather a beginning of their journey.

Nearly 700 graduates from 22 different states and 13 nations received their diplomas during the ceremony inside Trojan Arena on the Troy Campus.

“I am honored to be a…

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Administrative changes coming for Troy University

Dr. Earl Ingram, shown here at the 2018 Odyssey Convocation, is retiring after 31 years of service to Troy University.

Dr. Earl Ingram, shown here at the 2018 Odyssey Convocation, is retiring after 31 years of service to Troy University.

Dr. Earl Ingram, Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at Troy University, will retire effective Jan. 1, after 31 years of service to the University. He will be honored with a retirement reception on Thursday.

Dr. Lance Tatum, who previously served as vice chancellor of the University’s Montgomery Campus, will take over the role on…

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Still work to be done as Alabama celebrates inaugural Rosa Parks Day

Participants in Saturday's Rosa Parks Day activities walk arm-in-arm down Montgomery Street toward TROY's Rosa Parks Museum.

Participants in Saturday's Rosa Parks Day activities walk arm-in-arm down Montgomery Street toward TROY's Rosa Parks Museum.

As the State of Alabama celebrated the inaugural Rosa Parks Day on Saturday, many leaders agreed that while the woman known as the “Mother of the Civil Rights Movement” would likely be pleased with progress that has been made, they admitted there is work to be done.

Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum joined St. Paul…

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