Troy University’s Anti-Woke Business School Program Hailed as a Success
“I have no doubt it will continue to grow as we launch another cohort next semester”
This is great news. Higher education needs more programs that are openly anti-woke.
The College Fix reports:
Anti-woke business school program flourishes at Troy University
A Troy University business school program that trains students to combat wokeness in the corporate world flourished in its first semester.
The Free Enterprise Scholars program wrapped up the first semester in the fall and it will continue to grow, according to scholars involved with the initiative.
“Thanks to the excellent programming, from guest speakers to highly-interactive reading groups, the program has made real progress and created a buzz of new student interest,” Dean Judson Edwards told The College Fix in an email.
“I have no doubt it will continue to grow as we launch another cohort next semester,” Edwards said. “Without a doubt, the program is a success.”
Professor Allen Mendenhall runs the program through the Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy.
“We had nine students complete the program in the fall,” Mendenhall said. “Those same students are enrolled in the program this spring.”
Mendenhall (pictured) also told The Fix that the program received a grant that will provide funding for more speakers and engagement events for students.
“We were blessed to receive a generous grant from the Bradley Foundation to improve our programming and diversify our speakers beginning this spring,” Mendenhall said.
“Thanks to the Bradley grant, we plan to invite members of the community to dinner with our students and speakers,” he said.
Students enrolled in the training participated in approximately a dozen activities throughout the semester, including reading groups and a speaker series, according to a program schedule provided by Mendenhall.
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