TROY arts programs receive over $15K in grants

Programs in the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the International Arts Center received the grants.

Programs in the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the International Arts Center received the grants.

The Alabama State Council on the Arts awarded Troy University $15,800 in support for four arts programs in the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the International Arts Center.

Carrie Jaxon, IAC Director and Curator, was awarded $3,300 in support of the IAC’s Trojan Junior Warriors Children’s Art Program. The program, which began in 2017, has become a…

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Troy Public Radio Director wins ABBY Award

Kyle Gassiott has been awarded a Judge of Merit award for his service in news reporting.

Kyle Gassiott has been awarded a Judge of Merit award for his service in news reporting.

Troy Public Radio’s Kyle Gassiott has been named a recipient of the 2024 Alabama Broadcaster’s Association “Alabama’s Best in Broadcasting” (ABBY) Judge’s Award of Merit.

The Alabama Broadcaster’s Association celebrated its 18th annual awards ceremony on Saturday, April 6 in Birmingham, Ala. Over 300 radio and television broadcasters represented stations from across the state as colleagues…

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Choral podcast “InChoir” launches through TROY Public Radio

"InChoir" dives deep into choral music, talking with composers about how they explore sound, universal texts and shared human experiences.

A collaborative effort between the College of Communication and Fine Arts and TROY Public Radio, the first episode of “InChoir,” a new podcast featuring conversations about choral music, the arts and life, has been released.

Hosted by Dr. Diane Orlofsky, TROY Professor Emerita of Music and Music Education and Graduate Coordinator/Advisor for music education, and Dr. Scott Sexton, TROY alum…

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TROY alum named Mark of Excellence National Winner for coverage of the Clotilda slave ship

Jared McBride is the second TROY grad in two years to win a Mark of Excellence Award for Troy Public Radio.

Jared McBride is the second TROY grad in two years to win a Mark of Excellence Award for Troy Public Radio.

Discussing the cultural significance of the Clotilda, the last known American slave ship, and the importance of informing the next generations of its history earned Troy University alum Jared McBride a 2022 Mark of Excellence Award from the Society of Professional Journalists.

The Mark of Excellence Award honors the best in student journalism across multiple mediums, including…

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