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Troy University’s Dr. Fred Figliano selected for AASCU’s Emerging Leaders Program

Dr. Fred Figliano, Associate Dean in the College of Education, is among leaders from 32 different AASCU institutions to be selected for the program.

Dr. Fred Figliano, Associate Dean in the College of Education, is among leaders from 32 different AASCU institutions to be selected for the program.

Dr. Fred Figliano, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Strategic Initiatives in Troy University’s College of Education, has been selected to participate in the American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ (AASCU) 2022 Emerging Leaders Program.

Dr. Figliano is among the group of academic and administrative leaders from 32 different AASCU institutions.

“I am honored…

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Troy University’s Bennett honored among 2022 class of Women Who Shape Alabama

Dr. Dee Bennett, Assistant Professor of Instructional Leadership and Administration, was among the 2022 class of honorees recognized this month.

Dr. Dee Bennett, Assistant Professor of Instructional Leadership and Administration, was among the 2022 class of honorees recognized this month.

Dr. Dee Dupree Bennett, an Assistant Professor of Instructional Leadership and Administration at Troy University’s Phenix City Campus and co-founder of SHORT the Squirrel Literacy Initiative, has been named to the 2022 Class of Women Who Shape the State of Alabama by This is Alabama.

For the past eight years, This is Alabama has honored…

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TROY and LBWCC sign agreement to help students succeed

Troy University officials and representatives from Lurleen B. Wallace Community College sign a partnership agreement on Thursday on the Troy Campus.

Troy University officials and representatives from Lurleen B. Wallace Community College sign a partnership agreement on Thursday on the Troy Campus.

Troy University and Lurleen B. Wallace Community College have inked a deal that will allow LBW students to more easily obtain a four-year degree at TROY.

The agreement provides for a collaborative and seamless concurrent enrollment and transfer process for students pursuing Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education and Collaborative Education degrees.

“We’ve had…

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