Since last summer, technology support coordinator Mambuna Bojang ’96 has been learning things about his adopted hometown of Lexington that he never knew — even after living here for almost three decades.
Pioneers across Transylvania’s campus pitch in to serve their local and school communities, embodying the university’s commitment to social responsibility and its broader liberal arts mission.
From embracing their inner “Magnum, P.I.” in November for male health awareness to picking up trash off the streets during a neighborhood clean-up in March, the Transylvania men’s lacrosse team is dedicated to year-round campus and community service.
As part of Transylvania’s Creative Intelligence series event “The Stories and Myths of American Youth: Conversations with Authors of Young Adult Literature,” local middle and high school students visited campus last week for an opportunity to engage directly with Kentucky young adult fiction authors alongside Transylvania undergraduates.
Transylvania University will host the National Institutes of Health’s “All of Us Journey,” a traveling, hands-on exhibit that raises awareness about the All of Us Research Program in Lexington from May 10-13.