Tag Archives: Dothan Campus

A greeting from the new Dothan Campus library director

August 24, 2017
By Elizabeth Dill

I’d like to welcome you all to the Troy University Dothan Campus library and Wiregrass Archives! Like all of the Troy University Libraries — Troy, Montgomery or Online — we’re here to advance the instructional, research and public service missions of the University. I invite you to take advantage of our services and partner with…

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Professor’s new book shines light on Progressive Era middle class

July 25, 2017
By Greg Phillips

A new book by a Troy University professor shows the growing influence of the middle class in Alabama during the Progressive Era of U.S. history.

“Getting Out of the Mud: The Alabama Good Roads Movement and Highway Administration, 1898-1928” by Dr. Marty Olliff uses the Good Roads Movement as a lens through which to view…

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Local teachers excited to learn at Wiregrass leadership academy

July 19, 2017
By Greg Phillips

At times, the teachers resembled their own students during the third day of the Wiregrass Math, Science and Technology Leadership Academy at Troy University’s Dothan Campus.

As Dothan Police Cpl. Jeremy Conner led one of his bomb squad robots into the Harrison Room of Malone Hall, the dozens of area teachers couldn’t hide their childlike…

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