The application of data visualization is transforming a wide variety of professions—and our understanding of each other. It is being used to replace vertebrae, explore human relationships and translate complex realities into a single clarifying graphic. On three consecutive Thursdays beginning Jan. 24, Transylvania University will host discussions with professionals who use data visualization in…
Tim Meko, an award-winning graphic reporter who is deputy graphics director at the Washington Post, uses data, design and code to distill the most complicated information into decipherable and often stunning visuals.
When Judy Brumley graduated last May, her goal of securing a full-time position didn’t seem to take long at all. She was already working as a copywriting intern at Cornett marketing and freelancing for Smiley Pete Publishing and InStyle magazine. In no time, she became a marketing assistant for Smiley Pete. But, as her advice…
“Choosing to go to Transy has been the best decision of my life, by far. I will always give back to Transy.”
Senior art majors Samara Lyons, Sonora Schuck and Sarah Schaaf are representing Transylvania in the “State of Fine Art ” exhibition at Georgetown College.
Sarah Schaaf ’19 has been refining and developing her talents in both music and art over the past four years.
Perhaps even more important than teaching health, Lissanu shares fundamentals from her own education at Transy.
The many challenging dimensions of Les Johnson’s productivity relate directly to his liberal arts grounding at Transylvania.
“Transy was the place to help grow my abilities to execute, lead and learn the importance of knowing other people.”
The London Ferrill Garden, just down the road from Transy is a “food oasis” that provides the neighborhood with easy access to fresh produce.