People all across the world are discovering how they can still be active citizens, from inside their homes or six feet apart.
This article by professors Kurt Gohde and Kremena Todorova is part of a series by the Transylvania community on the theme of our academic year: Resilience.
Resilience represents a recovery from the shock of unexpected hardship. We mean hopeful action as opposed to passive resignation.
One thing we can do right now — we can share, our talents, our time and our common spirit.
Our best shot at rendering what is fine and good in the world resilient as we move through the arduous gauntlet into which this pandemic has driven us lies in large measure with the widespread adoption of what we do here at Transylvania every day.