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TROY professor helping to create agritourism industry in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico

The central mountains of Puerto Rico has drawn the attention of TROY professor Dr. Patrick Holladay and a team of academic and civic leaders.

The central mountains of Puerto Rico has drawn the attention of TROY professor Dr. Patrick Holladay and a team of academic and civic leaders.

A Troy University Sorrell College of Business professor is helping Puerto Rican farmers become more resilient in the wake of Hurricane Maria.

With the aid of a $300,000 grant from a National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program, Dr. Patrick Holladay, an Associate Professor in the School…

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TROY lecturer teaming with ONY Biotech on life-saving COVID-19 research

Dr. Suzanne Lukjan's research into pulmonary surfactant therapy could help COVID-19 patients' recovery.

Dr. Suzanne Lukjan's research into pulmonary surfactant therapy could help COVID-19 patients' recovery.

A Troy University lecturer is working with a major biotechnology company to research ways to combat the effects of COVID-19 on patients’ lungs.

Dr. Suzanne Lukjan, a Lecturer in the Chemistry and Physics Department, is working with ONY Biotech, the manufacturer of Infasurf® (calfactant) and a leader in the creation of non-invasive neonatal therapies for…

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TROY Center for Materials and Manufacturing Sciences announces PPE, medical plastic recycling research

A medical professional wearing personal protective equipment. The Center for Materials and Manufacturing Science is researching new ways to make PPEs.

A medical professional wearing personal protective equipment. The Center for Materials and Manufacturing Science is researching new ways to make PPEs.

Troy University’s Center for Materials and Manufacturing Sciences is announcing new research aimed to bolster production of personal protective equipment (PPEs) for healthcare workers and create new avenues for recycling medical plastic waste.

The ongoing coronavirus crisis has put in stark focus the need for increased production of PPEs for medical professionals. Dr. Govind Menon, Director of…

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College of Education’s virtual Research Conference proves to be a hit with participants

Dr. Denise Green, Dean of the College of Health and Human Services, delivers the keynote address during Friday's virtual Research Conference.

Dr. Denise Green, Dean of the College of Health and Human Services, delivers the keynote address during Friday's virtual Research Conference.

Faculty and staff within Troy University’s College of Education on Friday took to heart the words of the late P.T. Barnum, “The show must go on.”

The college’s annual Research and Scholarship Conference was set to take place on the University’s Montgomery Campus on Friday before the COVID-19 coronavirus shut down events. Not deterred, however,…

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