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Federal grant will aid Troy University in training, placing Community Health Workers

Left to right are: Dr. Wade Forehand, Dr. Javier Boyas, Dr. John Garner and Ghandi Daniels.

Left to right are: Dr. Wade Forehand, Dr. Javier Boyas, Dr. John Garner and Ghandi Daniels.

A $3 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will enable Troy University’s College of Health and Human Services to develop and administer a certificate program to train Community Health Workers.

The three-year grant will be administered through the University’s School of Nursing and…

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U.S. Department of Education extends funding for TROY’s Upward Bound program

As a part of their summer program, TROY Upward Bound participants visited Kennedy Space Center.

As a part of their summer program, TROY Upward Bound participants visited Kennedy Space Center.

Troy University’s TRIO-Upward Bound program, which helps students succeed in high school and navigate the transition to college, has been renewed for five years through funding from the U.S. Department of Education.

Upward Bound, which has been in operation at TROY since 1992, provides academic, counseling, social, and recreational activities designed to build the academic…

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TROY’s School of Nursing receives renewed funding for Nurse Faculty Loan Program

The Nurse Faculty Loan Program seeks to increase the number of qualified nursing faculty.

The Nurse Faculty Loan Program seeks to increase the number of qualified nursing faculty.

A Troy University School of Nursing program aimed at increasing the number of qualified nursing faculty in Alabama has for the third straight year received funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The Nurse Faculty Loan Program provides funding to accredited schools of nursing to…

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Grant helps fund STEM-related supplies, curriculum

The College of Education's STEM lab helps prepare future teachers to integrate STEM into their classrooms curriculum.

The College of Education's STEM lab helps prepare future teachers to integrate STEM into their classrooms curriculum.

A grant from the Choctawhatchee, Pea and Yellow Rivers Watershed Management Authority is helping Troy University’s Department of Teacher Education prepare future teachers to educate future generations about important topics such as water quality and conservation, the impacts of pollution and protection of wildlife habitats.

Grant funds are helping to buy supplies and curriculum for…

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