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‘BBQ with Bankers’ brings together students and Alabama Bankers Association members from local banks for networking and tips

BBQ with Bankers brings together students and Alabama bankers once a semester for networking and learning.

BBQ with Bankers brings together students and Alabama bankers once a semester for networking and learning.

The Sorrell College of Business’ 360 Center hosted area bankers to talk to about 80 students in a variety of majors about the realities of the industry and its prospects for the future.

Barbeque with Bankers is a long-standing tradition in the College, having been started as part of the banking and finance program.

“This is an outstanding…

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TUPD Ticket Amnesty Day is set for Thursday April 28 in the Trojan Center Food Court

Students can have up to five $10 parking tickets voided in exchange for donations to the Campus Food Pantry.

Students can have up to five $10 parking tickets voided in exchange for donations to the Campus Food Pantry.

Students on the Troy Campus will have the chance to receive a little grace from the Troy University Police Departments on TUPD Ticket Amnesty Day.

On Thursday, April 28, most parking tickets will be voided in exchange for the donation of food and other items for the Campus Food Pantry.

George Beaudry is Chief of…

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University Police join forces with other local agencies in 911 Call Center

Non-emergency calls to the University Police Department will be answered in the Pike County 911 Call Center.

Non-emergency calls to the University Police Department will be answered in the Pike County 911 Call Center.

Faster response times and expanded service is the goal of a shift in emergency communications on campus and in Pike County.

Students, faculty and staff were notified on April 13 that non-emergency calls to the Troy University Police Department would be answered by the Pike County 911 Center. Calls will then be transferred to the…

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Sorrell Global Scholars study micro-industries high in Ecuador’s Andes Mountains

Sorrell College of Business Global Scholars Program returned to Ecuador this semester.

Sorrell College of Business Global Scholars Program returned to Ecuador this semester.

After a two-year hiatus, the Sorrell College of Business’ Sorrell Society of Global Scholars returned to Ecuador over spring break with 15 students to concentrate on global business practices and service learning.

The Global Scholars Program is an honors program within the College designed to promote global citizenship and to nurture some of the College’s…

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