Jeremy Sheffield brings a passion for serving students to Transylvania, where he began earlier this week as the new director of residence life.
Stephen Hess, a Transylvania political science professor, is being featured in the media because of his expertise on Chinese protests.
James Wagner, a Transylvania biology professor, landed a cover article in the latest issue of American Entomologist.
This Transy tradition allows students a moment of stress-free time during finals week, as well as a time to share with friends, faculty and staff as the semester comes to a close.
Anthony Mead recently began as director of Transylvania’s Morlan Gallery, where he plans to showcase locally created works along with those from national and international artists.
Instructor Daniel Bennett discusses the ambitious set he and students are building for Transylvania Theater’s production of “Picnic.”
Richard Taylor, who is a Kenan Visiting Writer at Transylvania University and a former Kentucky poet laureate, has won a Kentucky Historical Society Publication Award for his book “Elkhorn: Evolution of a Kentucky Landscape.”
Transylvania University will welcome virtuoso classical accordionist Mihoko Goto to campus Wednesday for a Japanese-American Crossover concert.
The Transylvania University community delights in the tale of Constantine Samuel Rafinesque — the drama, the curse, the crypt. And with his 236th birthday being today, and this year being the bicentenary of his arrival on campus, let’s take the opportunity to reflect on the ardent, multi-dimensional fellow behind the caricature.
Transylvania University on Oct. 22 will participate in a nationwide day of readings from recipients of the longest running poetry award in the country — Yale Series of Younger Poets.