Former Lexington Mayor Jim Gray on Thursday drew from his personal and political experiences when he spoke at Transylvania University’s Academic Convocation on the 2019-20 campus theme of resilience. The annual ceremony — which includes a student awards presentation — kicks off the academic year.
Transylvania anthropology professor Chris Begley ’88 and his colleague Roberto Gallardo solved the mystery of a 19th-century shipwreck off the coast of El Salvador.
Cambridge professor James Warren will deliver Transylvania University’s 2019 Collis Lecture on the moral psychology of regret in ancient philosophy on Sept. 25
Transylvania junior Savannah Lambert’s experiences in Germany have made her want to share her passion for international education.
On Thursday, Sept. 19, Transylvania University students will get a taste of all the opportunities they have to see the world as they study, research and work abroad to expand their horizons and gain valuable experience as global citizens.
Professor of Spanish Jeremy Paden discusses the value of mentoring new faculty members.
As Transylvania’s new school year gets underway today, the university welcomes five new faculty members to campus. These educators from a variety of fields — from religion to theater — bring a wealth of scholarship and experience to Transylvania.
Biology professor Sarah Bray recently began serving as Transylvania’s associate dean for academic affairs.
Collan Henderson ’19, who received an American Institute of Chemists Award at Transy, has secured a full ride and stipend to pursue a Ph.D. in chemistry.
Two Transylvania University students and their anthropology professor have been exploring underwater shipwrecks in the Caribbean this summer.