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School of Accountancy named in honor of Enterprise native William H. Carr of Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC

Troy University has named its School of Accountancy in honor of William H. Carr of Enterprise.

Troy University has named its School of Accountancy in honor of William H. Carr of Enterprise.

Troy University’s Sorrell College of Business has named its School of Accountancy in honor of Enterprise native William Carr, founder and managing partner of the accounting firm of Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC.

Carr was honored Thursday, Sept. 8 during the School’s Accountancy Day festivities on the Troy Campus, where the School’s name was officially…

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New faculty members join Troy University for 2022-2023 Academic Year

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor, delivers remarks during the Faculty/Staff Convocation held on Friday on the Troy Campus.

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor, delivers remarks during the Faculty/Staff Convocation held on Friday on the Troy Campus.

Troy University is welcoming new faculty members for the 2022-2023 academic year in each of its five colleges.

New faculty members in the College of Arts and Sciences are:

Orna Bradley-Swanson, Professor of Military Science, Army ROTC;Dr. Thuy Trang Dinh, Lecturer, Mathematics;Dr. Molli Newman, Assistant Professor, Biology;Dr. Gabrielle Purcell, Lecturer, Anthropology; and,Dr. Adam Rutkowski, Assistant…

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Johnson Center launches new program aimed at ending ‘wokeism’ in the corporate world

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Troy University’s Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy in the Sorrell College of Business sets it sight on “woke business” with a new Free Enterprise Scholars program launching this fall.

“The Free Enterprise Scholars program in the Johnson Center is unique among academic opportunities at universities because of its bold embrace of free market…

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Entrepreneurship Summer Camp teaches basics of business, awards TROY scholarship to competition winner

Emily Stokes was the winner of the business plan competition and $2,000 TROY scholarship.

Emily Stokes was the winner of the business plan competition and $2,000 TROY scholarship.

Six high school students spent a week at the IDEA Bank’s first Entrepreneurship Summer Camp to learn the basics of business planning. The event culminated in a business plan competition with the winner receiving a $2,000 Harrel McKinney Entrepreneur Endowed Scholarship to Troy University. 

From July 11-15, students learned the principles of business planning, financial…

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