TROY professor’s first legal thriller novel is released

Dr. Allen Mendenhall's new novel was published in November. (TROY photo)

Dr. Allen Mendenhall's new novel was published in November. (TROY photo)

Johnson Center for Political Economy Director Dr. Allen Mendenhall has recently released his first novel, “A Glooming Peace this Morning” through Livingston Press.

The Southern fiction novel is a journey through the tumultuous 1970’s, where an illicit romance collides with a breathtaking legal drama.

Set in the fictional Southern town of Andalusia, the book unveils…

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From Malawi to Alabama, TROY alum finds success as an Economist

Martha Njolomole graduated in 2019 with a masters degree before beginning her career in Minnesota.

Martha Njolomole graduated in 2019 with a masters degree before beginning her career in Minnesota.

Martha Njolomole, a 2017 and 2019 graduate of Troy University from Malawi, has built a successful career as an economist in Minnesota where she draws daily from the concepts she learned as a student at TROY’s Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy. 

After a 30-hour journey, Njolomole arrived in Troy in 2013 with two other…

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MJC’s Allen Mendenhall awarded Freedom and Opportunity Prize from the Heritage Foundation

Dr. Allen Mendenhall has been recognized by The Heritage Foundation for achievements in academics.

Dr. Allen Mendenhall has been recognized by The Heritage Foundation for achievements in academics.

The Heritage Foundation has recognized Sorrell College of Business Associate Dean Dr. Allen Mendenhall as one of its 12 Freedom and Opportunity Academic Prize recipients.

“For Dr. Mendenhall to receive such a distinguished honor from the Heritage Foundation truly validates the relevance and impact of his work. I am very happy to see him recognized…

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Sorrell Alumnus Chad Jones shares insights with business school students

Sorrell College alumnus Chad Jones talks leadership, banking and relationships with students.

Sorrell College alumnus Chad Jones talks leadership, banking and relationships with students.

Sorrell College of Business alumnus Chad Jones, president and CEO of First Bank of Alabama, challenged students to take on the “journey” of leadership and build relationships.

“My time at Troy University was the beginning of my path towards leadership,” he said. “Leadership is a journey, not a destination.”

Jones, a Talladega native, has a…

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