Grace Kim a rising junior at Transylvania University, will study in Seoul, South Korea, this fall as part of the International Studies Abroad program at Korea University. Because of the expanded GlobalTransy offerings, Kim will take advantage of a program tailored to her psychology major—and in the country of her choice. Not only will she…
Transylvania University has expanded its GlobalTransy semester abroad program offerings. Now, students of all majors and minors may study abroad in a program tailored to their academic needs and career goals while paying their regular tuition and keeping 100% of their institutional, federal and state scholarships and financial aid. The enlarged GlobalTransy portfolio has grown…
Two juniors from Lexington have been selected as the 2019-20 recipients of the Charles and Susan Shearer Scholarship.
During her time at Transylvania, poet Tiara Brown ’16 received both the Delcamp and the Judy Gaines Young student writing awards and gained the confidence she needed to pursue the “writing life.”
Transylvania University student Rhianna Culp has received a prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, which will help pay for her to study in the inaugural Transylvania in Ireland program this summer.
For the ninth time out of 10 years, a Transylvania University student has received the Rotary Club of Lexington’s Ollie & Dick Hurst Award for academic excellence and participation in community and campus affairs.
Transylvania University senior Aaron Martin has received the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Fellowship to pursue her master’s degree in philanthropic studies.
Transylvania University students are getting ready to embark on May term journeys that will take them to far-flung locales across the globe—from China to the Netherlands. During the four-week term, students concentrate on just one class, which is often interdisciplinary and taught by more than one professor. More than 100 students will participate in this…
A Transylvania University senior once again has been awarded a Cralle Foundation/Joan Cralle Day Fellowship from the University of Kentucky.
Professor of Religion Paul Jones, who is retiring after 33 academic years, leaves a lasting impact on the school.