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Troy University breaks ground on two new buildings on Troy Campus

Troy University officials break ground on a new Health Sciences Building that will bear the name Jones Hall.

Troy University officials break ground on a new Health Sciences Building that will bear the name Jones Hall.

Troy University has broken ground for two new buildings on the Troy Campus – a center for research in the area of polymers and polymer recycling and a health sciences building that will bear the name of a TROY alumnus.

TROY officials gathered on Saturday to break ground on a new building that will house…

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Troy University partners with the National Hemp Growers Cooperative to research use of hemp fibers in developing biodegradable plastics

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor, and Nick Walters, managing partner, signed the agreement Thursday on behalf of the two organizations.

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor, and Nick Walters, managing partner, signed the agreement Thursday on behalf of the two organizations.

Troy University’s Center for Materials and Manufacturing Sciences and the National Hemp Growers Cooperative have officially joined forces to further research the development of biodegradable plastics by using hemp fibers.

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor of Troy University, and Nick Walters, Managing Partner of the NHGC, signed the Memorandum of Understanding on the Troy Campus Thursday morning.

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Work underway to restore Troy University arboretum

With the help of community members, TROY professors and students, the goal is to restore the arboretum as an educational resource.

With the help of community members, TROY professors and students, the goal is to restore the arboretum as an educational resource.

A group of Troy University professors and students and community volunteers have recently undertaken a massive project—restoring the 75-acre arboretum back to its glory days.

Located on TROY’s campus, the arboretum encompasses seven and a half miles of nature trails, including two self-guided walks with labeled stops, over 500 identified plant species, a pond, an…

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TROY’s Rosser-Mims earns recognition for ongoing research in area of women in leadership

Dr. Dionne Rosser-Mims, Vice Chancellor of the Phenix City Campus, has been honored for her research on women in leadership.

Dr. Dionne Rosser-Mims, Vice Chancellor of the Phenix City Campus, has been honored for her research on women in leadership.

Dr. Dionne Rosser-Mims, Vice Chancellor of Troy University’s Phenix City Campus, has been honored for outstanding scholarship by The Women and Leadership Member Community of the International Leadership Association.

Dr. Rosser-Mims received the organization’s Outstanding Scholarship for Established Scholar award, which recognizes published work by a seasoned scholar that has advanced the understanding of women…

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