For Natalie Hendrix ’17, a product development scientist for a personal care company in Lehi, Utah, clarification began unexpectedly as a first-year chemistry student taking a required writing class as part of her liberal arts curriculum at Transylvania.
Omar Bojang ’22 recently participated in the STRONG Summer Research Program at the UK Markey Cancer Center. He hopes to attend medical school and then practice medicine in West Africa, which his family once called home.
Transylvania students are conducting cutting-edge research this summer thanks to a National Science Foundation grant to boost Kentucky’s manufacturing capabilities.
Transylvania professor Bob Rosenberg recently received a $70,000 American Chemical Society grant that will give his students hands-on lab experience while they get paid.
Being able to have in-person learning during COVID-19 requires the efforts of the entire campus community. But each discipline has its own essential worker, and the chemistry lab has Brandon Bailey ’19.