Hayle Hall, a sophomore at Transylvania University, is a recipient of the U.S. Department of State’s Critical Language Scholarship.
Three sophomore student leaders are learning about the power of collaboration on Transy’s campus.
Jonathan Neal’s activism as a high school student in Louisville, Kentucky, drew the interest of church and community leaders, television stations, local and national award givers and even a campaign manager who encouraged him to consider a possible run for mayor. Neal had developed a reputation for speaking truth to power and for advocating on…
A postdoctoral fellow at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Jessica Marie Konen ’10 is researching immunotherapy in the treatment of lung cancer. We asked her to tell us about her research and how it relates to her time at Transy. Where did you grow up and why did you choose Transy? I grew up…
In his short time at Transy, Sameer Ahmed has discovered how easily one opportunity leads to the next as faculty, administrators and students get to know him.
Moira Hedrick’s essay, “The Airport,” and Hayle Hall’s poem, “The Eclipse,” will be published in April’s Juhe Supplement, a publication that showcases Chinese writings from this year’s competition.
In his short time at Transylvania, Seth Wyatt has stepped up and into the opportunities presented to him, developing as a leader while serving and advocating for the larger community.
The education that Ana Aguilar received from Transy not only helped her achieve her goal of attending medical school, but also made her a more well-rounded person.
Slone says that Transy revealed to him how a liberal arts education works and how “all-encompassing” it is. Instead of focusing on just philosophy or theater or math, “it’s how all of those things integrate and work together,” he explains.
Jason Hobson, who grew up in Pikeville, says his ability to succeed in the tech field is the result of a combination of skills and experiences he gained at Transy.