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Flex format expands onto Troy Campus for Fall Semester, beyond

Flex classes are a hybrid of online and in-class learning, and Troy University is now including the Troy Campus in its list of class locations.

Flex classes are a hybrid of online and in-class learning, and Troy University is now including the Troy Campus in its list of class locations.

Since its inception in 2021, over 1,000 students at Troy University have taken advantage of the new Flex courses being offered at the Phenix City, Montgomery and Dothan campuses, and now the Troy Campus.

Flex classes are a hybrid of online and in-class learning. Classes offered in the Flex format hold regular in-class sessions, and each…

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Johnson Center launches new program aimed at ending ‘wokeism’ in the corporate world

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Troy University’s Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy in the Sorrell College of Business sets it sight on “woke business” with a new Free Enterprise Scholars program launching this fall.

“The Free Enterprise Scholars program in the Johnson Center is unique among academic opportunities at universities because of its bold embrace of free market…

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Former Intel Vice President Michael Maibach visits the Sorrell College of Business

Former Intel Vice President Michael Maibach presented
 

Michael Maibach visited the Sorrell College of Business on January 24 to deliver a lecture titled “Confessions of a Corporate Lobbyist.” The lecture was sponsored by the Manuel H. Johnson for Political Economy.

Maibach, currently a Distinguished Fellow at Save Our States, enjoyed a long career as a corporate executive. He was President of the…

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Johnson Center conference examines reopening the economy after COVID

The Manuel Johnson Center for Political Economy hosted a conference in Birmingham recently that drew experts from around the country. (TROY photo)
 

The Sorrell College of Business’ Manley Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University hosted “Reopening the Economy in the Age of COVID” in Birmingham Feb. 25.

“The coronavirus pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges to businesses not just in Alabama and the Southeast, but across the world.  Business leaders have struggled to protect the health and…

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