From Costa Rica to Croatia, anthropology professor Chris Begley’s archaeological adventures have given Transylvania students real-world experience on an international scale.
Transylvania graduate gains experience globally to improve water security for populations worldwide.
One of the greatest lessons Amit Patel ’99 has learned from his travel is to become comfortable with discomfort.
One of the unique opportunities available to students in Lexington is the Sister Cities program, which facilitates partnerships including an exchange student partnership and a yearlong teaching placement at schools in one of Lexington’s four Sister Cities.
Transylvania education readies teachers to tackle issues that face American students growing up overseas.
What exactly does it mean to be a global citizen?
Comprehending how we fit into the world inevitably relates back to knowing who we are.
We operate in a global society, and our students must be prepared to function effectively in it.
Transylvania junior shares how being part of two nations and cultures gives her a special vantage point.
William Burriss ’13 grew up in a family dedicated to service. So the ideal of working for the greater good has been ingrained in him since an early age.