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Physical education program a win-win for future teachers, home school students

Home school students take part in pararchute activity on the Troy Campus as a part of a physical education program developed by Lana Johnson.

Home school students take part in pararchute activity on the Troy Campus as a part of a physical education program developed by Lana Johnson.

When COVID-19 shutdowns threatened the opportunity for Troy University students to gain valuable teaching experience in the classrooms of area school systems, a faculty member came up with a creative solution that has proven to be a win-win for both her students and members of the community.

Lana Johnson, a Health and Physical Education Lecturer,…

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Faculty, students expand scope of cutting-edge feeding tube studies

TROY student Sydney Elston discusses the blended tube feeding research project with healthcare professionals in Montgomery.

TROY student Sydney Elston discusses the blended tube feeding research project with healthcare professionals in Montgomery.

Troy University’s Kinesiology and Health Promotion department has made strides in its research about natural blended tube feeding in cancer patients, with continued growth in financial support and student involvement in its newest studies.

The first study, focusing on whether substituting blended real food products was a safe alternative for patients struggling with commercial formula…

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TROY faculty on cutting edge of feeding tube research

Faculty members teamed with the Mayo Clinic for research indicating a change is coming in the products patients are fed.

Faculty members teamed with the Mayo Clinic for research indicating a change is coming in the products patients are fed.

Troy University faculty members from multiple departments are shedding new light on feeding techniques that could improve patient health.

Faculty members from TROY’s Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, and School of Nursing have spent several years studying the effects of blended tube feeding — in other words, using…

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