Troy University awarded passport grant to aid in study abroad opportunities

Thanks to IIE, up to 25 TROY students will be eligible for their first passport.

Thanks to IIE, up to 25 TROY students will be eligible for their first passport.

Troy University is one of 51 institutions selected by the Institute of International Education (IIE) to receive an IIE American Passport Project grant that will enable up to 25 TROY students to obtain their first U.S. passport and open the pathway to study abroad. 

The American Passport Project seeks to reach diverse student populations and institutions that…

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TROY grant writers secure $32M in grants during 2022-2023 year

TROY faculty and staff were recognized during the annual Grant Writers Luncheon held Dec. 6.

TROY faculty and staff were recognized during the annual Grant Writers Luncheon held Dec. 6.

Troy University grant writers were recognized during the 32nd annual Sponsored Programs Grant Writers Luncheon held Dec. 6 in the Trojan Center Ballrooms. In the last year, TROY faculty and staff secured $32 million in grants with an additional $11 million still pending. 

The record-breaking total comes just months after TROY was reclassified as a doctoral institution by…

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TROY aquatic biologists search for freshwater mussels in local rivers

The researchers found multiple species of freshwater mussels in the lower Tallapoosa River.

The researchers found multiple species of freshwater mussels in the lower Tallapoosa River.

Researchers in Troy University’s Department of Biological and Environmental Science recently wrapped up exploring areas of the lower Tallapoosa River in search of three endangered freshwater mussel species in connection with a $54,769 grant from the State of Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. 

The areas searched stretched from the Thurlow Dam in Tallassee, Ala., to…

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Troy University professor gets grant to develop an economic research center at Soran University

The Sorrell College of Business is located in John Robert Lewis Hall on the Troy Campus. (TROY photo/Mark Moseley)
 

Dr. John Dove, a professor of economics at Troy University, has received a grant to work in conjunction with Soran University to establish an economic research center. 

Dr. John Dove

Soran University is a public institution located in the Kurdistan region of Iraq. The grant will allow Troy University to train individuals at Soran and…

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