Jeremy Sheffield brings a passion for serving students to Transylvania, where he began earlier this week as the new director of residence life.
Stephen Hess, a Transylvania political science professor, is being featured in the media because of his expertise on Chinese protests.
Transylvania’s Alternative Winter Break highlights the value of service in a liberal arts education — and it’s a way for students to make meaningful connections with people in another country.
James Wagner, a Transylvania biology professor, landed a cover article in the latest issue of American Entomologist.
Transylvania’s winter shutdowns — which involve the closure of most offices until after New Year’s Day — have saved the university nearly a half-million dollars on utility bills since they began eight years ago.
From Costa Rica to Croatia, anthropology professor Chris Begley’s archaeological adventures have given Transylvania students real-world experience on an international scale.
Writings of Transylvania scholars published in journals and magazines in the last three years are now on display in the university’s library.
Transylvania students have gotten international attention for participating in an archeological excavation that discovered a Civil War photography studio — and evidence soldiers dyed their hair for portraits.
Transylvania University on Wednesday rededicated memorial plaques honoring Transylvanians who lost their lives in service to our country during World War I and World War II.
William Burriss ’13 grew up in a family dedicated to service. So the ideal of working for the greater good has been ingrained in him since an early age.