Professor emeritus Jack Furlong has brought his lifelong learning course — Conscious Creatures Everywhere? Reading “An Immense World” — to campus ahead of tonight’s Kenan Lecture.
Market research classes are typically theoretical — students work with simulated data sets and make presentations for imaginary clients.
Named in memory of Mary Buford Hodges Stamler, a 1925 graduate of Transylvania, the gift recognizes excellence in teaching at Kentucky’s first university.
A magician, an artist, a political scientist and a journalist walk onto a campus — rather than the setup for a punchline, this group represents the speakers currently slated for the first half of Transylvania’s Creative Intelligence series.
Transylvania students will be able to parlay their love of theater into multiple majors beginning this fall.