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Troy University arboretum awarded $4,000 in community grants

The Magnolia and Meadow trails will soon have informational kiosks installed thanks to a new grant.

The Magnolia and Meadow trails will soon have informational kiosks installed thanks to a new grant.

Troy University’s arboretum was recently awarded $4,000 total in grants from the Wiregrass Resource, Conservation and Development Council and Walmart for continued upgrades and improvements.

Dr. Alvin Diamond, arboretum director and biology professor, said the $3,000 grant from Wiregrass RC&D will be used to re-install kiosks near the trailheads of the Magnolia Loop and Meadow Loop half-mile…

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TROY’s Center for Public Service helps to support state, local agencies

The Center for Public Service was established in 2016 and is located on the Montgomery Campus.

The Center for Public Service was established in 2016 and is located on the Montgomery Campus.

Troy University’s Center for Public Service was recently awarded a $365,000 grant from the Alabama Department of Public Health to collaborate on improving data systems, collection and analysis and use of racial, ethnic and rural health data for COVID-19 prevention and control. This latest grant is just one part of the Center’s partnerships with state…

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TROY alumna Dr. Kimarie Bugg named American Academy of Nursing Fellow

Bugg has dedicated her career to breastfeeding education and improving the infant/maternal mortality rate.

Bugg has dedicated her career to breastfeeding education and improving the infant/maternal mortality rate.

After a nursing career spanning over 43 years and counting, Troy University alum Dr. Kimarie Bugg was one of 225 inductees into the American Academy of Nursing Fellows Class of 2021.

The American Academy of Nursing’s (AAN) approximately 2,900 Fellows are nursing leaders in education, management, practice and research. Fellows represent association executives; university presidents,…

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Applications available for students seeking child care help

Pell Grant-qualified students can apply now for a subsidy to help pay for child care near TROY's Alabama campuses.

Pell Grant-qualified students can apply now for a subsidy to help pay for child care near TROY's Alabama campuses.

Troy University is now accepting applications from students for a new program aimed at easing the burden of child care cost.

Qualified students can now apply for the Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) Program, a Department of Education-funded initiative that provides subsidized child care to student-parents enrolled at all of TROY’s Alabama…

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