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2019 Patriotic Concert
July 3, 8 p.m. Old Morrison Lawn
Transylvania community, family, friends celebrate graduation of 229 students Saturday Read More
Transylvania community offers advice to new graduates Read More
Transylvania alumnus, trustee John Norton Williams Jr. named interim president Read More
Transylvania setting stage for Saturday commencement; watch live on Facebook Read More
Alltech Fun Run brightens Monday morning at Transylvania Read More
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Take a look at some of the ways Transy graduates have found fulfilling lives and careers.
Take a look at how one French major became the CEO of a biotech company.
She was offered a job during her Senior Seminar presentation.
Teachers invested in her—now she's paying it forward.
In the heart of a cityfull of opportunities
Junior Sarah Hall has been selected as this year's recipient of the Ollie and Dick Hurst Award. The award is presented to a university student who has demonstrated academic excellence as well as participation in campus and community affairs.
Junior Meredith Mason has received a 2019-20 Shearer Scholarship for full tuition in her senior year at Transylvania.
Senior Mary Wallace has been awarded a Cralle Foundation/Joan Cralle Day Fellowship from the University of Kentucky. The award comes with a tuition scholarship and $15,000 stipend.
Senior Aaron Martin has received the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Fellowship to pursue her master's degree in philanthropic studies.
First-year student Rhianna Culp has received a prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, which will help pay for her to study in the inaugural Transylvania in Ireland program this summer.
Junior Diaka Savane has received a Shearer Scholarship for full tuition during her senior year at Transylvania.
Junior Ashleigh King presented her paper titled "Stand By Your Man: The Political Spouse During a Scandal" at the Interdisciplinary Conference in Women's and Gender Studies on March 27 at Middle Tennessee State University.
Jessi Samuel presented her senior thesis "Who Volunteers? A Multi-Motivational Concept in Nature" at the annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association in Cincinnati this past Saturday.