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.
An immersive video installation by Transylvania University professor Zoé Strecker will be on public display for the first time starting Tuesday in the school’s Morlan Gallery.
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.
Meet Tevin Monroe, Transylvania’s new coordinator of civic engagement.
Biology professor Sarah Bray recently began serving as Transylvania’s associate dean for academic affairs.
A large, stainless steel halo is being installed on a downtown Lexington building as part of professors Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova’s Unlearn Fear + Hate project.
In addition to helping keep Transylvania’s campus safe through his job with the Department of Public Safety, Lt. Joseph Casey McClure is pastor of Buena Vista Baptist Church in Garrard County.
Two Transylvania University students and their anthropology professor have been exploring underwater shipwrecks in the Caribbean this summer.
Matthew Roden has been chosen as the head coach for the Transylvania track and field and cross country teams.