Transylvania students are part of an archaeology project tied to the Town Branch Commons walking and biking trail — it was featured in Archaeology magazine this week.
Transylvania professor Chris Begley discusses his upcoming book, “The Next Apocalypse: The Art and Science of Survival.”
Transylvania students have gotten international attention for participating in an archeological excavation that discovered a Civil War photography studio — and evidence soldiers dyed their hair for portraits.
Transylvania anthropology professor Chris Begley ’88 and his colleague Roberto Gallardo solved the mystery of a 19th-century shipwreck off the coast of El Salvador.
LEXINGTON, Ky.—Amber Noelle “Elle” Woolery, a recent graduate from Transylvania University, has been awarded the highly competitive Davies-Jackson Scholarship to study in the archaeology program at St. John’s College, Cambridge. The scholarship will cover her full fees, plus living expenses for two years as she studies for a Cambridge B.A.—the equivalent of a U.S. graduate degree. […]