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Studying depression in fish and humans: Julian Pittman, a professor at the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences at Troy University in Alabama, is working to develop new medications to treat depression, with the help of tiny zebrafish.

Fish Depression Is Not a Joke

Fish Depression Is Not a Joke HEATHER MURPHY Fish can get depressed just like you and that could make them a good model organism for studying depression in people.

The City of Troy was recently ranked among the top 25 fastest growing cities in Alabama and, according to Mayor Jason Reeves, Troy University has had a great impact on that growth.

The City of Troy was recently ranked among the top 25 fastest growing cities in Alabama and, according to Mayor Jason Reeves, Troy University has had a great impact on that growth.

TROY’s Interpreter Training Program will host “An Evening with Sean Berdy,” which will include a motivational speech, musical performance and meet and greet. Berdy, an actor most known for his role as Emmett in Freeform’s (ABC Family) award-winning drama “Switched at Birth,” will visit Troy University on Sept. 28.

TROY’s Interpreter Training Program will host “An Evening with Sean Berdy,” which will include a motivational speech, on Sept.

Troy University graduate nursing student Kimarie Bugg was recently rewarded with a more than $1 million grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation for her organization, Reaching Our Sisters Everywhere (ROSE). ROSE is dedicated to addressing the breastfeeding disparity among people of color nationwide through education programs, advocacy and other efforts.

TROY graduate nursing student Kimarie Bugg founded Reaching Our Sisters Everywhere to address the breastfeeding disparity among people of color nationwide.

TROY students rally for Higher Ed funding

TROY students rally for Higher Ed funding

Troy University First Lady Janice Hawkins’ appointment to the board of directors of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival may serve as a starting point for a closer relationship between the University and one of the state’s leading arts organizations.

Troy University First Lady Janice Hawkins’ appointment to the board of directors of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival may serve as a starting point for a closer relationship between the University and one of the state’s leading arts organizations.

Troy University will host a series of events examining the Holocaust at both its Troy and Montgomery campuses, including a roundtable discussion and a lecture by a Holocaust survivor, Riva Hirsch. The events begin on Monday, Nov. 13

Troy University will host a series of events examining the Holocaust at both its Troy and Montgomery campuses, including a roundtable discussion and a lecture by a Holocaust survivor, Riva Hirsch. The events begin on Monday, Nov.

Renowned Alabama sculptor Bruce Larsen is bringing an exhibit to Troy University’s International Arts Center.

Renowned Alabama sculptor Bruce Larsen is bringing an exhibit to Troy University’s International Arts Center.

Troy University's 2017 Homecoming Court announced

The 2017 Troy University Junior and Senior Homecoming Courts were revealed Wednesday night.

Troy University student and cancer survivor now fighting for others

Troy University student Jada Thornton has conquered bone cancer and has chosen to give back to those in the situation she was once in.

Planetarium witnesses growth in excitement as Monday’s total eclipse nears

Planetarium witnesses growth in excitement as Monday’s total eclipse nears

Rebecca "Becky" Watson of Birmingham has been named as associate vice chancellor for development at Troy University.

Rebecca "Becky" Watson of Birmingham has been named as associate vice chancellor for development at Troy University.

Mary Beth Moore, Miss Troy University, is among the 48 contestants competing for the crown of Miss Alabama on the campus of Samford University in Birmingham. The winner of Miss Alabama will be announced on June 10, 2017.

Mary Beth Moore, Miss Troy University, is among the 48 contestants competing for the crown of Miss Alabama on the campus of Samford University in Birmingham. The winner of Miss Alabama will be announced on June

Thirty-four students with disabilities from throughout the state will descend upon Troy University June 4-8 for the 19th Alabama Governor’s Youth Leadership Forum (YLF).  The five-day annual event, sponsored by the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services and hosted by Troy University, helps shape high school students with disabilities through sessions on self-esteem, self-advocacy, career choice, independent living options and leadership.

Alabama Governor’s Youth Leadership Forum returns to Troy University

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