Elizabeth Troy


Entrepreneurship & First-Year Integrated Core


Academic Background

  • Beth Troy earned her BA in English/Journalism and MA in History from Miami University.

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Beth Troy teaches Creativity Innovation and leads Women in Entrepreneurship initiatives for the Entrepreneurship Institute. She is a creative writing professional. As an author and sole proprietor of a publishing company, Kingsbury Publications, she published and marketed her first novel, Lu, in summer 2017, and will publish the sequel in 2019. She also brings over 15 years of years of academic teaching excellence from a range of liberal arts disciplines at universities across the United States.

Recent Publications

Honors & Awards


Beth Troy is an Entrepreneurship Business Core Instructor and leads Women in Entrepreneurship initiatives. She is a writer and published her first novel, Lu, in Summer 2017, and a communications professional with demonstrated success in advancing strategic marketing and programming efforts in entrepreneurial environments. Beth earned both master's and bachelor's degrees from Miami University in the early 2000s. Prior to her work with the Institute for Entrepreneurship, Beth worked as the Director of Communications for Oxford Bible Fellowship, an editor, and as an adjunct professor of English Composition, Grammar, Technical Writing, History and Women's Studies for a number of universities, including Miami University, Ball State University, and Lakeland Community College. In addition, she was the founder of a monthly magazine for which she built and managed a team of more than a dozen writers, editors, and graphic designers.


  • FALL 2019
  • ESP 103 AA MW 11:40AM-12:35PM 303 LWS
  • ESP 103 GA MW 8:30AM-9:25AM 303 LWS
  • ESP 103 GB MW 10:05AM-11:00AM 303 LWS
  • ESP 103 JA TR 8:30AM-9:25AM 0042 FSB
Elizabeth Troy

Contact Information

Office Hours

  • Fall 2019
  • M/W 1:00PM-4:00PM
  • T 9:30AM-11:00AM
  • Or by appointment


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