To help minimize the potential for community spread of the COVID-19 virus, we have made the decision to cancel this year’s Alumni Weekend.
In addition to researching invasive plants, Kali Mattingly ’14 investigates the nature of language in scientific literature.
Five years ago, Lyndsay Whitlock ’15 said her first real goodbye to her twin sister and set out for New York City to pursue a clinical doctorate in physical therapy at Columbia University. It would be her greatest adventure to date, something she says her 18-year-old self never would have imagined doing.
This Valentine’s Day, as we celebrate all of our #PioneerPairs, Jared and Eden Yeiser Brewington share what it has meant to build their personal and academic lives on a strong Transylvania foundation.
Prya Murad ’11, a 30-year-old immigrant who built her law career defending clients who couldn’t afford a lawyer, has been selected to deliver Transylvania’s commencement address on May 23.
Arriving on campus the inaugural year of Transy’s 100 Doors to Success mentoring program, Elizabeth Lewis began meeting regularly with Transy alumna Julie Muth Goodman ’76, now a circuit court judge, whose mentorship continued all four years. Lewis plans to graduate law school next year.
Transylvania graduate Andrew Meyer took advantage of his alma mater’s 4+1 engineering graduate school partnership with the University of Kentucky.
For Transylvania student Zaida Jones ’22, the support of a scholarship has given her confidence and enabled her to stay focused on becoming a forensic pathologist.
Transylvania University on Wednesday rededicated memorial plaques honoring Transylvanians who lost their lives in service to our country during World War I and World War II.
Transylvania’s Office of Alumni and Development on Wednesday launched an enhanced, mobile-friendly website with a fresh look.