Troy University Herbarium to expand capacity thanks to National Science Foundation grant

A grant from the National Science Foundation will enable the Troy University Herbarium to double its current capacity of its plant collection.

A grant from the National Science Foundation will enable the Troy University Herbarium to double its current capacity of its plant collection.

A National Science Foundation grant received by Troy University’s Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences will double the capacity of the University’s herbarium.

Dr. Alvin Diamond, associate professor of biology, and Dr. Michael Woods, professor of biology, received the $195,359 grant for their project, “Alabama’s Biodiversity Heritage: Expanding and Promoting Access and Use of…

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Annual MathFest set for this weekend on Troy Campus

TROY MathFest, which will be held in Hawkins Hall, provides undergraduate students the opportunity to share their research.

TROY MathFest, which will be held in Hawkins Hall, provides undergraduate students the opportunity to share their research.

Troy University’s Department of Mathematics will present the 12th annual TROY MathFest, a conference that enables undergraduate students to share their research, on April 6-7 on the Troy Campus.

The event, which will take place in Hawkins Hall, is made possible through the support of the National Science Foundation, Pi Mu Epsilon national mathematics honor…

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Troy University takes part in effort to diversify STEM workforce within Alabama’s Black Belt

Troy University is taking part in a project to engage minority students in the STEM disciplines thanks to a National Science Foundation grant.

Troy University is taking part in a project to engage minority students in the STEM disciplines thanks to a National Science Foundation grant.

Troy University is among an alliance of eight colleges and universities involved in a 5-year project to diversify the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce within Alabama’s Black Belt Region.

The Greater Alabama Black Belt Region Alliance, funded through a $379,400 grant from the National Science Foundation’s Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP)…

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Grant program seeks to increases STEM opportunities for students with disabilities

Troy University professor, Dr. Zhiyong Wang, is taking part in a project designed to increase STEM opportunities for students with disabilities.

Troy University professor, Dr. Zhiyong Wang, is taking part in a project designed to increase STEM opportunities for students with disabilities.

A Troy University professor is taking part in a project aimed at increasing opportunities for people with disabilities in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines.

Dr. Zhiyong Wang, assistant professor and associate chair of the Department of Chemistry and Physics, is working with Dr. Overtoun Jenda of Auburn University on the project, the Southeast…

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