In true liberal arts fashion, William A. “Alex” Wilson, pursued two disparate interests as an undergraduate at Transylvania — biology and music. Both continue to influence his life to this day.
Recent graduate Taylen Henry credits her Transylvania education — along with some intense emergency room work (natural disaster intense) — with teaching her how to be adaptable, problem-solve and stay calm under pressure.
Mary Rose “Rosi” French ’06 found her path facilitating leadership groups that have become a part of the culture of U.S. Bank.
Transylvania offers innovative courses that over the years have prepared Pioneers like Cindy Campbell Nairn ’69 for future challenges.
Carmel Jones ’93, who developed an interest in business as an undergraduate at Transylvania, has been appointed president of the CHI Saint Joseph Medical Group.