TROY graduate student describes and names a new species of mud dragon

TROY graduate student Madison Kennedy found enough specimens of a new species of mud dragon to formally describe it.

TROY graduate student Madison Kennedy found enough specimens of a new species of mud dragon to formally describe it.

While conducting research for her master’s thesis, Troy University graduate student Madison Kennedy found a new kind of mud dragon and named it in memory of her late brother.

A mud dragon is a microscopic creature in the phylum Kinorhyncha that lives on the bottom of the ocean. She saw that a few of the…

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Environmental Education organization honors TROY’s Farrell for dedicated service

EEAA Board President Toni Bruner presents Dr. Shirley J. Farrell with the Soaring High Award for her dedicated service to the organization.

EEAA Board President Toni Bruner presents Dr. Shirley J. Farrell with the Soaring High Award for her dedicated service to the organization.

The Environmental Education Association of Alabama (EEAA) recently paid tribute to Troy University Assistant Professor Dr. Shirley J. Farrell for her years of dedicated service to the organization.

Dr. Farrell was awarded the “Soaring High Award,” in recognition of service to the organization that has gone above and beyond what is required. The award was…

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