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.
Amanda Mason Gevedon ’14, who chose to attend Transylvania for its chemistry and math programs, discovered accounting through the liberal arts curriculum. Now she’s a CPA.
By pursuing demanding dual tracks as an undergrad, TH Tran ’17 is on track to realize her mission to improve the health care system.
Museum professional Hunter Kissel ’14 is democratizing the art experience, one exhibit at a time.
Transylvania welcomes three new members to its Board of Trustees.