Transylvania’s flexible approach to learning and teaching in the coronavirus era will be evident when the 2020-21 academic year kicks off later this month. Professors have recently notified students about fall term class modalities — i.e., ways they’ll deliver instruction: in person, remotely or a hybrid of the two.
It was a daunting proposition for recent Transy grad Christine Lee, changing majors to computer science and pursuing a field that, as she says, has historically “been a field of men.” But Lee has plenty of experience being a leader and a pioneer.
As a summer intern with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, Michael Kline ’21 joins a collaboration of scientists from around the nation whose work in nuclear physics seeks to understand the mysterious relationship between matter and antimatter.
Transylvania is expanding its Digital Liberal Arts initiative to give students an edge in a world increasingly dependent on new technologies.
While the pandemic has pretty much ground any globetrotting to a halt, three Transylvania students look forward to taking advantage of a prestigious scholarship that will financially support their studying abroad — once it’s safe.