Biology professor Sarah Bray recently began serving as Transylvania’s associate dean for academic affairs.
A large, stainless steel halo is being installed on a downtown Lexington building as part of professors Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova’s Unlearn Fear + Hate project.
Transylvania University is bringing together cutting-edge and old-school technology — from a 3D printer to an Amish foundry — to restore a Barlow planetarium.
Eighth graders at KIPP South Fulton Academy in Atlanta have named their classroom “Transylvania University” after their teacher’s alma mater.
In addition to helping keep Transylvania’s campus safe through his job with the Department of Public Safety, Lt. Joseph Casey McClure is pastor of Buena Vista Baptist Church in Garrard County.
Two Transylvania University students and their anthropology professor have been exploring underwater shipwrecks in the Caribbean this summer.
Sophomore Lauren Kiser, who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at age 6, is mentoring a sixth grader who also has the condition — and through state and county fair pageants she’s raising awareness about the disorder.
Members of the Transylvania University community are real standouts each year during New Student Move-In Day.
Professor Bethany Jurs’ discovery of an unused psych lab coincides with this summer’s upgrade to an existing lab space across the hall.
Students in our First Year Ambassador program put the final strokes on a community art project that will not only enhance the appearance of local gardens, but give people a place to sit and enjoy them.