Dr. Timothy Buckner named winner of 2024 Jules and Frances Landry Award

"The Barber of Natchez Reconsidered" will be published this fall.

Dr. Timothy Buckner, professor of history at Troy University, has been named the recipient of the Jules and Frances Landry Award for 2024 for his upcoming book on the life of a free man of color in the 19th Century.

“The Barber of Natchez Reconsidered: William Johnson and Black Masculinity in the Antebellum South” follows…

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TROY professor’s historical board game links academics and gaming

Rising Waters is a multi-player game focused on the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 and the Jim Crow south.

Rising Waters is a multi-player game focused on the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 and the Jim Crow south.

Troy University history professor Dr. Scout Blum has merged game playing and academics with her newest creation, a board game called Rising Waters, which aims to give students a better understanding of one of the most destructive disasters in US history and the themes of racism and perseverance.

Rising Waters is a multi-player board game centered around…

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Troy University recognizes employees for years of service during quarterly awards ceremony

Buddy Starling, Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management, and Biology Professor Dr. Alvin Diamond were honored for 35 years of service.

Buddy Starling, Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management, and Biology Professor Dr. Alvin Diamond were honored for 35 years of service.

Troy University honored employees for their years of service to the University during the quarterly awards ceremony held recently at the Troy Campus, including two employees who have served for 35 years.

Buddy Starling, Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management, and Biology Professor Alvin Diamond were both recognized for 35 years of service during the…

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Phenix City Campus faculty, staff bring joy to Christmas season for families in need

Faculty and staff at the Phenix City Campus contributed more than 300 gifts for 10 families in their annual

Faculty and staff at the Phenix City Campus contributed more than 300 gifts for 10 families in their annual "Adopt-a-Family" event.

It was a cold and cloudy day in Phenix City, but one would not know that based off the smiles and cheer at the Troy University Riverfront Campus.

On Dec. 13, the staff and faculty participated in the annual “Adopt-A-Family” event that has taken place for more than 15 years. The event is a way…

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