DNP student receives $1.1 million grant for breastfeeding education program

May 9, 2017
By Matt Clower

Six years ago, Troy University graduate nursing student Kimarie Bugg took a moment of professional setback and turned it into an opportunity for even greater success.

As a nurse in Atlanta, Bugg spent more than 20 years doing groundbreaking work supporting breastfeeding education, including starting the first lactation program in the state at Grady Hospital….

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Burton, other theatre students bringing history to life at Rosa Parks Museum

May 4, 2017
By Andy Ellis

When Adira Burton steps onto the stage in the auditorium of Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum, she hangs up her coat and hat and transports her audience back in time.

Taking a seat at a desk, Burton opens an envelope and begins to read a letter penned by a child to the Mother of the…

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POPulus puts music industry students in the spotlight

May 1, 2017
By Greg Phillips

Hip-hop, hard rock and country aren’t musical genres typically associated with university bands.

But a group of Troy University students, under the guidance of faculty member Robert Smith, is not only writing and recording within those genres, but performing at area festivals and even releasing albums.

POPulus is TROY’s pop music ensemble, which gives students…

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