Being able to have in-person learning during COVID-19 requires the efforts of the entire campus community. But each discipline has its own essential worker, and the chemistry lab has Brandon Bailey ’19.
Retiring after nearly 30 years with the Lexington Fire Department, Chief Kristin Chilton ’90 recalls how something as simple as taking an elective in her senior year could lead to an opportunity that changed her life and the course of a community institution.
For a Ph.D. candidate studying public policy, all pathways to the University of Southern California and the Harvard Kennedy School lead back to “where the magic happens.”
Adam English ’06 shares how “the culture of how you learn and how you’re challenged at Transy sets you up for the challenges you’ll meet when you get into the real world.”
Alumnus Bobby Puckett ’13 keeps his Kentucky origins top of mind as he chooses to work within the system rather than simply rail against it.