Troy University Arboretum awarded $25,000 grant for continued upgrades

Hyundai officials visited the arboretum Friday to tour the facility and present the grant.

Hyundai officials visited the arboretum Friday to tour the facility and present the grant.

Troy University’s arboretum has been awarded a $25,000 grant from Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama’s (HMMA) Charitable Giving Program for continued upgrades to the arboretum grounds.

Dr. Alvin Diamond, biology professor and arboretum director, said the funds will be used to replace the bridge to the island in Mullis Pond, clear fallen trees, purchase and install a floating…

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TROY awarded $161K National Science Foundation grant

Dr. Raj Vinnakota's research could set the stage for new technological advancements

Dr. Raj Vinnakota's research could set the stage for new technological advancements

Troy University professors continually make advancements in their respective fields, most recently with Dr. Raj Vinnakota’s acceptance of a $161,597 grant from the National Science Foundation to further research building a device that would allow for faster data recording and processing at the photon level. Faster speeds would allow for improvements in optical computing and…

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Math Night brings together 47 families for collaboration, mathematics

Family Math Night proved to be a tremendous success, attracting 47 families from Troy City and Pike County schools.

Family Math Night proved to be a tremendous success, attracting 47 families from Troy City and Pike County schools.

Troy University’s first-ever Family Math Night brought together 47 families for a night of community, collaboration and mathematics.

Held March 15 at the University’s Extended Learning Center, the event was a joint effort of the University’s Department of Teacher Education and TROY’s Alabama Math Science and Technology Initiative (AMSTI) with the aim of equipping parents…

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Troy University professors receive NOAA RESTORE Science Program grant

Living shorelines, like the one near Bayfront Park, are the focus of a NOAA RESTORE grant received by  Dr. Chris Boyd and Dr. Xutong Niu.

Living shorelines, like the one near Bayfront Park, are the focus of a NOAA RESTORE grant received by Dr. Chris Boyd and Dr. Xutong Niu.

Troy University researchers have been awarded a two-year, $519,853 grant from the NOAA RESTORE Science Program that will identify where living shorelines are the most appropriate erosion control solution to protect tidal shorelines at various sites along the Gulf of Mexico.

Dr. Chris Boyd of TROY’s Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences is the lead…

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