Troy University recognizes outstanding achievements at Dothan Honors Convocation

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Troy University's Honors Convocation was recently held at the Dothan Campus. Dr. Don Jeffrey, Dothan Campus Vice Chancellor, gave the welcome address, and the event was preceded by a reception

Jeremy Kelley of Samson won College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Student Undergraduate Award;Michael Heitzman of Enterprise won College of Education Outstanding Student Undergraduate Award;

Nicole Prater of Enterprise won College of Health and Human Services Dean's Award for Undergraduate Student;Tyler Moyd of Ozark won College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Student Undergraduate Award; People are also reading… Ashley Morris of Dothan won Sorrell College of Business Outstanding Student Undergraduate Award;Listen now and subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS Feed | Omny Studio Barbara Taylor of Dothan won Sorrell College of Business Outstanding Student Graduate Award;Phillip Chalker of Dothan won College of Communication and Fine Arts Outstanding Student Undergraduate Award;Jimmy Huynh of Dothan won College of Health and Human Services Outstanding Student...

Julia Hixson of Dothan won College of Health and Human Services Outstanding Student Undergraduate Award;Riley Senn of Dothan won College of Education Outstanding Student Graduate Award;Spence Whittaker of Dothan won College of Education Dean's Award for Graduate Student. Troy University is a public, historic, international university with 22,500 students and 154,000 alumni. Students choose TU for its quality academic programs, reasonable costs and availability of financial aid, outstanding faculty, and flexible in-class and online class offerings.

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