After working for theater programs throughout the country—from the Utah Shakespeare Festival to The Juilliard School in New York City—Micah Daniel Bennett soon will return to the Bluegrass as the newest addition to Transylvania University’s theater program. Bennett, who was raised in central Kentucky and attended Eastern Kentucky University, will begin this fall as instructor…
Professor of Physics Jamie Day illuminates Transy Theater’s upcoming play about the stars.
Courtney Smith’s zeal for travel rivals her mission to inspire the same curiosity in others. She wants everyone to share in those life-altering opportunities that can only happen abroad.
Transylvania English professor Maurice Manning is featured in the Feburary/March issue of Garden & Gun magazine.
Transylvania President Seamus Carey announced that Professor of Political Science Michael Cairo has accepted the position of interim Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the University.
Emily Miller says she’s excited to provide support to Transy’s community—to be there for individuals on their spiritual journeys, but also to offer opportunities for students and the institution to recognize and understand the beliefs of a diverse student body.
Transylvania will begin a national search for a Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the University immediately with the goal of filling the position before the start of the 2019-20 academic year.
The London Ferrill Garden, just down the road from Transy is a “food oasis” that provides the neighborhood with easy access to fresh produce.
The Kentucky Council for the Social Studies recently chose Transylvania professors Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova for its inaugural Georgia Davis Powers Award.
The annual Kentucky Book Festival returns to Lexington this November and Transylvania professor Jeremy Paden is one of four authors helping kick off the event.