The Troy University’s International Student Cultural Organization successfully brought students from several cultural backgrounds together by selling out of all 250 tickets for the annual ISCO Festival.
The purpose of the Festival is to bring together those from varying locations to experience culture as authentically as possible without leaving Troy, Alabama.
“The community that ISCO…
As part of International Education Week, a panel of professors and experts hosted a roundtable discussing the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
During the discussion, multiple viewpoints and sides of the conflict were explored. The conflict is a multi-faceted one, with a bloody history, fierce politics and complex military strategies coming into play.
When International Education Week begins on Sunday, Nov. 13., Troy University students will kick off a weeklong celebration.
The University, known as Alabama’s International University with more than 1,000 international students, places a premium on TROY student becoming globally competitive.
“[Diversity] helps students prepare for being a global citizen and have an open mind after…
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed a proclamation Monday morning commending Troy University for its “major leadership role” in international education.
Officially recognizing Nov. 15-19 as International Education Week, the proclamation pointed to the tremendous economic impact that international education plays both nationally and in Alabama and celebrated the role TROY plays as Alabama’s International University.