Moira Hedrick ’20 is networking and learning more about Southeast Asia as an intern for an NGO based in Washington, D.C.
Transylvania University’s women’s golf team recorded the fourth-highest team grade-point average across all teams in NCAA Division III women’s golf in 2018-19.
Transylvania student Emily Nance is plugged into the technology of making art this summer.
Baseball captain and pre-med student Colton Hartig is one of three Transy sophomores who secured a place in medical school this year through the Early Assurance Program.
When biology professor James Wagner’s research subjects jump, he needs a high-speed camera to adequately capture the movement.
Forget what you think you know about campus visits — experience a one-of-a-kind event at Transylvania University’s Summerfest on July 19 or Aug. 2.
Christine Phipps ’19, who received an American Institute of Chemists Award, answers a few questions about her path to chemistry.
High school seniors can now apply to be part of Transylvania University’s Class of 2024. Admission isn’t all about test scores. Transy believes that there is more to a person than how well they perform on standardized tests. It’s why Transy became the first test-optional school in Kentucky, meaning that applicants are not required to…
Dr. Charles Ambrose, a champion of Transylvania’s Special Collections, passed away on June 29, leaving a legacy of contributions to the history of medical research.
Interim Vice President for Enrollment Johnnie Johnson recently appeared on the Get Schooled with Reeves and Ford podcast.
The fruits of Transylvania University’s May term are many — from interdisciplinary insights to wisdom gained through travel. More literal May term fruits (mostly vegetables, actually) are ripening behind Poole Residence Hall. The Garden of Transylvania class planted this produce in the spring while learning not only about gardening but also about biology, exercise science,…