TROY students give back in Cuba over the holiday break

Students spent 10 days in Cuba learning Spanish at a local institute, donating supplies and assisting local farmers.

Students spent 10 days in Cuba learning Spanish at a local institute, donating supplies and assisting local farmers.

Instead of spending time with family and friends during the holiday season, a group of 15 Troy University faculty and students spent time in Cuba immersing themselves in the language and culture and finding ways to give back.

Dr. Johanna Alberich, assistant professor of Spanish in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, took 13…

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TROY students take flight as study abroad opportunities resume

Almost 250 TROY students took advantage of study abroad opportunities over the last year.

Almost 250 TROY students took advantage of study abroad opportunities over the last year.

Nearly 250 Troy University students took to the skies and traveled to 15 different countries during the 2021-2022 academic year after the resurgence of study abroad opportunities, thanks in large part to the Chancellor’s Award for Global Competitiveness (CAGC).

The Chancellor’s Award aims to foster international awareness and better assimilation of Troy University students in the worldwide…

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TROY dance students, faculty return to Pietrasanta, Italy for annual international arts festival

Ten students and two faculty members will collaborate with artists from around the world.

Ten students and two faculty members will collaborate with artists from around the world.

Troy University dance students and faculty once again have the opportunity to visit the artistic community of Pietrasanta, Italy for a two-week study abroad trip as part of the resumed Summer Arts Academy.

The trip coincides with the annual Danza in Arte a Pietrasanta (DAP) Festival, a unique international festival that combines dance and music with visual…

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TROY professor, students make discoveries at Italian excavation sites

A partnership with the University of Pisa in Italy allows TROY students to participate in archaeological digs.

A partnership with the University of Pisa in Italy allows TROY students to participate in archaeological digs.

After partnering with Italy’s University of Pisa to participate in archaeological digs, TROY anthropology/archaeology professor Dr. Stephen Carmody and his students have helped make several key discoveries in Italian history.

The partnership came about in 2019 after TROY First Lady Janice Hawkins visited Pietrasanta, a town on the coast of northern Tuscany in Italy where…

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