Tyler Rankin ’06 was recently appointed as Southeastern regional director of the North American Falconers Association.
Folusho Falade, who recently began as the school’s newest biology professor, brings with him not only a wealth of experience in researching infectious diseases, but also a passion for teaching others about them.
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.
Sophie Schwab ’11 likes to tell her students that biology is her first love. Convincing them of its relevance in every facet of their lives is, perhaps, her second. Within the first several years of teaching, she has received two student-nominated awards, one from Barnes & Noble, the other from Fayette County Schools.
A surgeon in residence shares just how much she relies on the humanities part of her liberal arts education from Transy.