What exactly does it mean to be a global citizen?
Lora Bofill ’94 and Mariju Bofill ’99 learned from their parents to ask what they could do for others and they chose Transylvania University as the place to build their futures.
The following feature article appears in the Spring/Summer 2019 issue of Third + Broadway magazine, scheduled for delivery in June. Mark Sirianno ’19 remembers his eureka moment. Alone in the lab one evening, a few years into his work with Associate Professor of Biology Paul Duffin, he opened the incubator and found that the Neisseria sicca…
Transylvania’s Writing Center is a campus hub of creativity and mentorship located in the library’s Academic Center for Excellence.
Transylvania exemplifies the very best of liberal education by guiding the attention of students to the richness of the world and encouraging them to stake their claim on the future tense.
Perhaps even more important than teaching health, Lissanu shares fundamentals from her own education at Transy.
The many challenging dimensions of Les Johnson’s productivity relate directly to his liberal arts grounding at Transylvania.
“Transy was the place to help grow my abilities to execute, lead and learn the importance of knowing other people.”
As technology evolves at a dizzying pace in the 21st century, the liberal arts have had to reckon with what it means to be a free thinker and a problem solver.
For the Class of 2022, the most diverse in Transylvania’s history, their emergence from an often homogeneous past to a multi-dimensional present, from what was to what can be, is already reshaping their understanding of each other and themselves.