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Alumni Weekend 2019—April 26-28
Transylvania student receives IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy Fellowship Read More
How Cole Rucker ’85, co-founder and CEO of Paradigm Malibu, fixes broken systems Read More
Transy alumni gather in Malibu, California Read More
Worldwide adventures await Transy students taking May term travel courses Read More
‘Hey Kentucky’ to host April 24 gubernatorial debate 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 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.
Candace Cox was the recipient of the 2019 Emerging Sorority Leader Award. This award recognizes a sophomore or junior sorority member who has excelled as a leader and/or shown exceptional leadership potential within her chapter and the Transylvania University community.
Will Grasch was the recipient of the 2019 Delta Sigma Phi Insalutatus Award. This award is given to an outstanding senior who has lacked recognition for his or her contribution to Transylvania.
Gabe Stillwell was the recipient of the 2019 Order of Omega Community Impact Award. This award recognizes a Greek member who has gone above and beyond for the community.
Raaziq El-Amin was the recipient of the 2019 Delta Sigma Phi Crimson Cup award. This award is presented to the most outstanding senior based on involvement in campus activities, demonstrated leadership and scholarship and significant contributions to Transylvania.
Abby Cullen of Phi Mu was the recipient of the 2019 Chi Omega Mary Collis Vance Award. This award recognizes an outstanding graduating senior in the field of the social sciences.
Karisma Keeton of Chi Omega was the recipient of the 2019 Delta Delta Delta First Year Award. This award recognizes a first-year woman for outstanding academic achievement and co-curricular involvement.