Two Transylvania University seniors have won extremely competitive Fulbright grants to serve as English teaching assistants abroad.
A Transylvania alumna discovered her interest in environmental health through the study of biology, Spanish and travel to Ecuador. Now a Ph.D. candidate at Emory University, she’s been chosen for the Agents of Change in Environmental Health program and named a “next-generation environmental health leader.”
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.
Courtney Smith, Transylvania’s director of global and intercultural engagement, has been recognized as the region’s outstanding new professional in the international education field.
Transylvania’s Office of Global and Intercultural Engagement is bringing International Education Week to campus from Nov. 16-20 with a full schedule of virtual events, social media takeovers, special international-themed meals in the Great Hall and information on future study abroad opportunities.