- Beck Center closed Saturday, Sunday
The Beck Center will be closed Saturday and Sunday in recognition of Easter. We will reopen at 8 a.m. Monday. If you have any questions, please contact Kyle Dunaway at 8183.
- Kentucky Student Environmental Coalition Spring Summit
- Holiday schedule
Here is the holiday schedule
that administrative and staff offices will observe during the 2015-16 fiscal year
- Fall 2015 registration through Friday
Students can access the registration schedule and additional information here
. Review your TNet to check for any outstanding holds that may affect your ability to register. For more information, contact Michelle Rawlings
- Residence hall porch construction begins
This week, observers will notice a crane on site setting the columns for the front porch/entry of the new building. Almost all of the other work will be on the interior of the building as drywall is installed in the residence room. There will be multiple supply deliveries throughout the week. A flagger will be on site during these times for pedestrian safety. For more information, contact Marc Mathews
- Division of Fine Arts 2015-16 programming
The Division of Fine Arts has now calendared all the 2015-16 fine arts programming and reserved appropriate spaces essential to course work and program performances/productions in MFA and Little. The campus community is now encouraged to contact Devon Query at 8266 or email@example.com
to reserve spaces for fall, winter and May term events. This includes Haggin, Carrick and Little. On April 15, this invitation will be extended to the Lexington community.
- Juried Student Exhibition submissions
All students who made art this year are encouraged to submit their work for the annual Juried Student Exhibition, a two-week Morlan Gallery show opening May 1. Entry forms
and details are on the gallery website. Jurying will be on April 23 in the Shearer Art Building. Many prizes are given to works in this exhibition, including the Dean's Purchase Award and the Nana Lampton Award. For more information, contact Andrea Fisher
- 2015-16 Theater Program
In 2015-16, Transy's Theater Program will investigate cultural, psychological and physiological factors that inspire humans to create and fear monsters. In addition to a course in prosthetic makeup (Theatrical Creatures - THEA 2294-01), the program has issued an international "Call for Monologues and Short Plays" that feature non-human monsters. Students, faculty and everyone in the Transy and Lexington communities are invited to submit original monologues and short plays by May 1. For more information, contact Michael Dixon
- Register for a Transy choral ensemble
As you plan for fall 2015, consider registering for one of our three choral ensembles and joining a great community of students who enjoy expressing themselves through song. We welcome beginning and experienced singers. There is room for everyone. Placement hearings are being held Friday through April 1. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Featured job opportunity of the week
A local business seeks a person who is friendly and enjoys interacting with customers to work part-time as a cashier in a unique gift shop. The position pays $9 per hour and is near downtown Lexington. For more, please contact Jill Warfield
- Master Google Apps Series begins next week
The Master Google Apps Series begins next week with Gmail and Calendar. It starts off with Gmail on March 31 at 2:30 p.m. and then Calendar on April 2 at 12:30 p.m. More details are here
. For more information, contact Paul Dimayuga
- Biomechanics class seeks volunteers
The Biomechanics class seeks volunteers for office workstation analysis. The biomechanics students will come to your office to record how you work at your desk and make recommendations upon the completion of formal analysis. To be considered, you will need to spend more than 50 percent of work at your desk with a computer. Your participation will be especially beneficial if you have desk work-related musculoskeletal conditions. If interested, please contact Hanaki-Martin
(course instructor) ASAP.
- Check-out for students who are not in May term
Any student who is not taking a May term class will need to schedule a time to check out of their residence hall room with their RA by 6 p.m. April 17. Failure to check out properly will result in a fine. If you have any questions, please contact Ashley Gutshall
- Admissions office missing umbrellas
We are missing umbrellas! If anyone happened to borrow an umbrella from the admissions office this year, we would love to get it back! Thank you!
- Rambler seeks editors
The Rambler is seeking new editors for the 2015-16 academic year. Applicants should be strong writers who want on-the-job experience. Journalism experience is preferred but not required. Interested applicants should fill out this Google doc
and email it to email@example.com
. (Please copy and paste the document; do not respond on the Google doc.) The application deadline is April 13.
- Women's Law Enforcement Symposium
The Lexington Division of Police will host a Women's Law Enforcement Symposium on April 11 at the Training Academy. The LDP said the mission of the symposium is to "educate, inspire and empower women to become law enforcement professionals for the city of Lexington." Register
by April 6.
- Charlie Redmon named new director of physical plant
Charlie Redmon will join the Transylvania family on April 6 as our new director of physical plant. He comes to us with over 30 years experience, most recently having served as the director of physical plant for the Lexington Theological Seminary for nearly 30 years. Charlie's arrival will allow Darrell Banks to begin his role as the university's construction manager on a full-time basis. Please welcome Charlie to Transy. For more information, contact Marc Mathews
- Leading thinker on the future of technology to give commencement address
Read more about this year's commencement speaker, Homaira Akbari
. She is a leading thinker on the future of technology.
- Pioneers Reaching Out seeks student supervisors
PROs (Pioneers Reaching Out), the admissions student outreach team, seeks student supervisors for the 2015-16 school year. The search will begin with two informational sessions that will provide an overview of the position from a current supervisor. Sessions will be Sunday and Tuesday, March 24, at 5 p.m. in Cowgil 102. It is expected that future position applicants will attend one of the two sessions. Contact Sarah Guinn
- Transy gear online
Shop for Transy gear online beginning Thursday! Transy fans, faculty, staff and students will have the opportunity to begin using our new agreement with LIDS Sideline Store to buy gear for yourself, family or friends. For the grand opening Thursday, there will be $15 off any $75 purchase. Go here
- Transy Bikes! open shop hours
For the remainder of the semester, the Transy Bikes! shop will have open shop hours every Monday from 3:30 to 6 p.m. and every Thursday from 12:30 to 3 p.m. For more information, contact Michael Burns
- Pioneers Reaching Out seeks workers
PROs (Pioneers Reaching Out), the admissions student outreach team, is seeking new hires to work for the remainder of the academic year, including May term. Applicants need to be available to work two to three shifts per week (three hours a shift) and be a first-year student, sophomore or junior. Please contact Sarah Guinn
for more details and to apply.
- Sports information department seeks student workers
Students, want a way to make money while attending Transylvania athletic events? The sports information department is looking for help with the spring season. Opportunities include public address announcer, statistics and game management. For more information, contact Brandon Johnson
- Lot open behind Thomson tennis courts
The parking lot directly behind the Thomson Hall tennis courts is now open.
- Alpha Lambda Delta scholarships and fellowships deadlines
Attention Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society members, the deadlines for Alpha Lambda Delta scholarships and fellowships are approaching. Go here
for additional details and application forms. The deadline for graduate and professional school fellowships is Jan. 31; for Stemler Study Abroad Scholarships, Feb. 15, and for Trow Undergraduate Scholarships, April 1. In previous years, Transy students have been awarded funds in all three programs! For more information, contact Mike Nichols
- Thomson Hall parking restriction
Please, do not park vehicles alongside the tennis court fence at the rear of Thomson Hall. Construction crews will be driving large trucks behind Clay/Davis Hall and will need as much space as possible to pull behind the buildings. Students will be notified when this parking area is re-opened. Sorry for the inconvenience. For more information, contact Gregg Muravchick at 8118.
- Udall Foundation scholarships
The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to college sophomores and juniors for leadership, public service, and commitment to issues related to American Indian nations or the environment. If interested, go to the Udall Foundation website
for further information about the scholarship and how to apply if interested.
- 2015-16 international, national fellowship and scholarship opportunities
Information and applications for a number of international and national scholarships and fellowships are available from designated faculty representatives and program websites. Go here
for more info.