Tag Archives: Dothan Campus

It Came from the Archives: July 4 in World War I-era France

August 9, 2018
By Dr. Marty Olliff

One hundred years ago, American doughboys were on the Western Front in World War I. From April 6, 1917, until the Senate passed a resolution formally ending hostilities in 1921, the U.S. was officially at war with Germany. U.S. troops, however, were only in France in significant numbers from the Spring of 1918 until Fall…

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Dothan Campus Rotaract creating stronger community ties

June 28, 2018
By Greg Phillips

Students at Troy University’s Dothan Campus are growing more connected with their local community thanks to the campus’ new Rotaract club.

The club started in the spring with the support of the Dothan Tuesday Rotary Club and Dr. Carmen Lewis, associate dean of the Sorrell College of Business at the Dothan Campus.

According to Rotary’s…

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Summer Spectacular gives future teachers experience

June 27, 2018
By Greg Phillips

For the 25th year, Troy University is giving its education students a chance at hands-on teaching through its Summer Spectacular program.

The program, which began at the Dothan Campus and has now expanded to the Phenix City and Troy campuses, features TROY students leading a hands-on summer camp for children ages 4 through 12.


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