The Transylvania community has pulled together to prepare for remote learning beginning today and lasting through the end of the academic year.
After extensive conversations with campus leadership, we have decided to move to remote instruction for the remainder of the academic year and provide May term instruction remotely only for seniors who require credits to graduate in May.
Transylvania’s national search for its next vice president for academic affairs and dean of the university is continuing through videoconferencing.
Transylvania recently hosted an event to help address a lack of gender equality on the world’s most popular reference website.
Taylor Insley, a senior writing, rhetoric, and communication major at Transylvania, has received the school’s 2020 Judy Gaines Young Student Writing Award.
A newly published novel translated by Transylvania professor Veronica Dean-Thacker picks up where Miguel de Cervantes left off in the early 1600s with the end of “Don Quixote.”
Growing up in Lexington, Diaka Savané ’20 remembers playing on the steps of Old Morrison as a little girl. Each year, during the Mayfest Arts Fair in Gratz Park, she’d find her way back to the entrancing space. She had no idea that her future lay beneath her feet.
In addition to researching invasive plants, Kali Mattingly ’14 investigates the nature of language in scientific literature.
Transylvania’s Center for Academic and Professional Enrichment prepares Pioneers for the opportunities that await them on campus and after graduation.
Transylvania students and faculty are developing a new projection mapping studio in the Digital Arts Technology Lab. This technology involves projecting an image or display onto a “mapped” location that’s part of an object or surface.