Yitong Wu, an international student from Dalian, China, was the first student to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Geographic Information Sciences (GIS) at Troy University.
Wu was a student in the Surveying and Geomatics Sciences program and was the first to change her major to GIS once the program became available.
Troy University’s Center for International Languages and Cultures (CILC) is hosting the 11th annual TROY-STAR Chinese Summer Camp on campus this June.
TROY-STAR’s mission is to increase the number of Americans learning, speaking and teaching critically needed foreign languages. By offering students creative and engaging summer experiences, TROY-STAR aims to form a community of practice…
Troy University’s collection of terracotta warrior replicas was the focus of a recent episode of one of China’s most popular television shows, “The Greatest National Treasures,” which airs on nationwide Chinese network CCTV.
The segment featured interviews with Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., SGA President Nicole Jayjohn, TrojanVision News Director Brady Talbert and Chinese student…
The coronavirus’ impact has been felt all over the nation, but has hit international students particularly hard.
Kathleen Freed, the International Student Adviser at TROY, nominates international students and helps them apply for scholarships when they may be facing financial hardships.
“The Western Union Foundation offered a grant of $10,000,” Freed said. “We have nominated…