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Wednesday, Feb. 27, at 7:30 p.m.
Transylvania to revive gardens that benefit pollinators, prevent soil erosion Read More
Edit-a-thon to expand presence of women in liberal arts on Wikipedia Read More
History of Transylvania’s Kissing Tree not your typical sappy Valentine’s story Read More
Transylvania Nu Rho Psi members raise consciousness about humble glial cells Read More
Liberal arts + technology gives Transy grad skills needed for high-tech success 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.
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Fall 2018 Dean's List
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Grayson Briggs has been selected by Lexington's Sister Cities Commission to do a summer internship in the Calvados region of France
Transy students Mya Bowen, Michael Clore and Thomas Shellenberg have been selected to participate in the competitive UKStar program, a 10-week laboratory traineeship funded by the National Institute of Health.
Rebecca Howard presented a paper at the 50th anniversary meeting of the Anthropologists and Sociologists of Kentucky at Thomas More College. Howard's paper, titled "The Need for Post-Release Opioid Abuse Recovery," won second place in the student paper competition.
Harry Hazelwood has been selected as this year's recipient of the Ollie 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 English major Jennifer Pinto will fill one of just two internship positions offered by Sigma Tau Delta, the International English Honors Society, for its journal publications, The Review and The Rectangle.
Sarah Ashley '18 is the lone recipient of the 2018-19 Cralle Foundation/Joan Cralle Day Fellowship from the University of Kentucky.