Transylvania’s new academic dean, Sarah Rebecca “Becky” Thomas, began this week. Her background in technology and the liberal arts will help prepare students for the jobs of the 21st century.
Leslie Ribovich, a religion professor at Transylvania, is one of 10 academics and writers from across the nation selected to participate in the Young Scholars in American Religion Program.
Transylvania celebrates the careers of retiring faculty members Judy Jones and Lisa Contreras.
We miss our students! That’s the message Transylvania’s Staff Engagement Team wanted to share with the Pioneer community.
The Digital Liberal Arts initiative moves to the front of the class during COVID-19, providing faculty and students with the infrastructure for creative approaches to remote learning.
Chemistry professor Kyle Schnitzenbaumer’s research centers on understanding the structure-property relationships of colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals.
HigherEdJobs this week featured Transylvania University’s director of spirituality and religious life in an article about what it’s like to work in campus religious service.
Maurice Manning, a Transylvania English professor and writer-in-residence, recently shared five poems written during the current shutdown as part of “A New Decameron,” an online project inspired by a 14th-century response to the plague.
Chemistry professors show how the Transylvania community pulled together to take teaching online.
Transylvania professor Sharon Brown recently talked about athletics and physical fitness for a Champions of Active Women podcast.