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TNotes
Campus newsletter
for students, faculty, and staff
Friday, November 21, 2014
Today/This Weekend
  • Sam Bowie philanthropy event Thursday
  • Sam Bowie, a Kentucky basketball legend, NBA player, and motivational speaker, will give a talk at 6 p.m. in the Campus Center Gym. Admission is free for Transylvania students and $5 for the public. Donations are welcome. Bowie was a first round draft pick in 1984, selected before Michael Jordan, and was on the U.S. Olympic team. All proceeds will go to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The event is presented by the brothers of Kappa Alpha Order. Invite your friends and family! For more information, contact Reza Haider.
  • Lexington Gallery Hop on Friday
  • Have a downtown walking adventure from 5 to 8 p.m. Join the Lexington Gallery Hop! Art galleries around town are open late, bursting with great art, music, and food. All for free! Start out at the Morlan Gallery to see our current exhibition and to get a walking guide. Check out the Lex Arts gallery venue guide to discover this month's specific art offerings. See you Friday! For more information, contact Andrea Fisher at 8142 or afisher@transy.edu.
Upcoming Dates
  • Spoken Word Showcase and Open Mic on Nov. 24
  • TUCitizen Poetry Collective and the Transylvanian Literary Magazine will host their first Spoken Word Showcase and Open Mic event of the year in the Morlan Art Gallery! Open Mic sign-ups begin at 7 p.m. and the showcase will start at 8! It will be a Creative Engagements credit; and there will be food, drinks, and a wonderful night of spoken word. Come out and join! For more information, contact Justin Wright.
  • Faculty, staff holiday party Dec. 4
  • President Carey cordially invites all Transylvania faculty and staff to a holiday party from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Bodley-Bullock House. Please RSVP by Dec. 1 to president@transy.edu.
  • Gatorade Pong tournament Dec. 7
  • The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee will host a Gatorade Pong tournament in cooperation with Think Your Drink at 2 p.m. to benefit Crimson Christmas. SAAC members will be in the cafeteria or Forrer Front Lobby during lunch Tuesday through Friday to accept team sign-ups for the event. Teams will be limited to two people, and the registration fee is $10. Spots are limited, so sign up early. Contact Sarah Jonas for more information.
  • Kentucky Collegiate Leadership Conference on Feb. 7
  • Transy will host the 2015 Kentucky Collegiate Leadership Conference. Built around the theme, "Building Tomorrow's Leaders Today," about 150 college students are expected to attend. We invite program proposals for interested students, faculty, and staff. Proposals are due Dec. 5. Registration details are in the proposal. For more information, contact Aaron Roberts at 3501 or aroberts@transy.edu.
In the News
For Faculty and Staff
  • Bene debit card available
  • If you enrolled in the flexible spending plan through Chard Snyder for 2015, you will receive a Bene debit card. This card can be used in place of filing a paper claim; however, you may still use the paper claim process if you prefer. If you have questions or do not receive your card, please call Human Resources at 3635 or 8291.
  • Staff Engagement Team web page
  • Wonder what the Staff Engagement Team has been talking about lately? Have you submitted an anonymous question and want to know the answer? Check out our web page for more information and to learn how you can get involved! Meeting minutes are posted two weeks after the meeting. For more information, please email the Staff Engagement Team.
  • Three Dollar Thursday
  • The first 50 staff and faculty members to ask for $3 Thursday in the cafeteria on Nov. 20 will receive the discount. If you have any questions, please email the Staff Engagement Team.
  • First generation college graduates sought as student resources
  • If you are a first generation college graduate staff member who is willing to serve as a resource for first generation students on campus, please let Serenity Wright know. We are exploring avenues of support for our first generation students on campus and would like your input. For more information, contact Wright at 8805 or swright@transy.edu.
  • Tuition Exchange applications due Dec. 12
  • Tuition Exchange applications for the 2015-16 school year are due no later than Dec. 12 in the human resources office. The application and information about the program are here, or contact Debbie Clark at 3635.
  • Protocol for severe winter weather for employees
  • With winter just around the corner, we want to remind you of Transylvania's closing policy in the event of severe weather. Read the details here.
  • Health risk assessments and biometric screenings
  • Health risk assessments and biometric screenings with Edumedics for faculty and staff will start mid-November. Watch your email and TNotes for information on scheduling your appointment. If you have questions, you may contact Debbie Clark 3635 or Jeff Mudrak 8701.
  • Engagement Workshop resources
  • Any staff members who would like resources from the Engagement Workshop can visit here to see links and get more information. To find out more about the Staff Engagement Team and how you can get involved, visit here or contact set@transy.edu.
Community Service
  • Coat drive for The Nest: Center for Women, Children, and Families
  • We are seeking donations for a coat drive that will benefit The Nest: Center for Women, Children, and Families. New or lightly used children's or adult coats are needed to for The Nest to distribute to families in the Lexington community. A box to collect the coats is in Forrer Front Lobby, and donations will be taken until Dec. 10. For more information contact, Sylina Jett at or Paige Caudill.
  • Carnegie Center seeks tutors
  • Interested in volunteering? Need service hours? The Carnegie Center in downtown Lexington is recruiting tutors to work with students in grades K-12. This one-on-one tutoring program has been ongoing for 20 years. Tutors choose what grade and subject to work with and tutor for an hour each week with the same student. Typically, the needs are math and reading. Tutors must attend an orientation. For more information, contact Roshni Desai at 8182 or rdesai@transy.edu.
  • Activity booths needed for Crimson Christmas
  • Want to help make Crimson Christmas special for 35 children from Big Brothers and Big Sisters? We are looking for clubs, organizations, or groups of friends to sponsor an activity booth! The event will be Dec. 6 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Groups will need to supply their own materials. More info, and sign up here and nbegin@transy.edu. Sign up no later than Nov. 25.
  • Open spots for Winter Break Alternative in New Orleans
  • Interesting in joining other students for the Winter Break Alternative experience in New Orleans? We still have two spots open. Please contact the group leader, aefrees16@transy.edu immediately to sign up!
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters seeks volunteers
  • Do you want to help start something big? Big Brothers Big Sisters needs you. This agency provides children facing adversity with strong one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Volunteers are matched with a child of similar interest, personalities, and preferences. We ask for a one-year commitment and to visit with the Little at least three times a month. For more information, contact Ashley Gutshall at 8131 or agutshall@transy.edu.
  • Track and field team collecting shoes for Gambian children
  • The track and field team will collect used shoes for children in the West African country of Gambia until Dec. 5. Please put any shoes you would like to donate in the bins located in Front Lobby, Thomson Lobby, Clayvis Lobby, and the Beck Center. All kinds of shoes are welcome, although old athletic shoes and sandals are most useful. For more information, contact Elizabeth Hardt.
  • Susan G. Komen chapter producing a community profile
  • The Susan G. Komen Lexington chapter would like you to take part in the Community Profile Population Survey. Please take a moment of your time to help them in their work. For more information, contact Bob Brown.
Recognition
  • McEuen delivers paper at Southern Historical Association meeting
  • History professor Melissa McEuen delivered a paper titled "Mentoring Women" at the 80th annual meeting of the Southern Historical Association in Atlanta, Nov. 13-16. McEuen spoke on behalf of the 750-member Southern Association for Women Historians, where she serves as chair of the Mentoring Committee. For more information, contact Melissa A. McEuen at 8212 or mmceuen@transy.edu.
  • Kentucky Academy of Science Centennial Meeting winners
  • Congratulations to Jared Brewer, Alexis Carey, and Mikki Wilburn for placing in the KAS poster competition in Lexington Nov. 14-15. Jared Brewer placed first in Microbiology, Mikki Wilburn placed first in Physics and Astronomy, and Alexis Carey place third in Cellular and Molecular Biology. Great job! For more information, contact Charlotte Taraba at 8228 or ctaraba@transy.edu.
  • Whiddon to present research at conference
  • Scott Whiddon, Writing Center director/WRC program director, has been accepted to present research at the upcoming Southeast Writing Center Association Conference. This project, which is a collaboration with Russell Carpenter and the NOEL Studio at EKU, examines forms of assessment in course-embedded peer-to-peer writing support programs. This project began as a collaboration with faculty members Avery Tompkins, Bethany Packard, and Kirk Abraham. For further information, please contact Becky Mills at the Writing Center.
  • Roberts awarded Student Affairs New Professional of the Year Award
  • Aaron Roberts, assistant director of student involvement and leadership, was recently awarded the College Personnel Association of Kentucky Student Affairs New Professional of the Year Award. Congratulations to Aaron and thank you for all your hard work with our students. For more information, contact Shane McKee.
  • Fosl article to be published in journal
  • Peter Fosl has had an article, "Cavell and Hume on Skepticism, Natural Doubt, and the Recovery of the Ordinary," accepted for publication in Conversations: The Journal of Cavell Studies. It will appear there in 2015. For more information, contact Shamara Huguely at 8114 or sburton@transy.edu.
  • Academic Team sweeps tournament
  • Congratulations to the Transylvania Academic Team for sweeping their first-year/sophomore-only NAQT tournament in Louisville this past weekend! The team of first-year students, Christian Wright, Megan Kamb, and Megan Graft, beat teams from JCTC, U of L, and Northern Illinois with a perfect 10-0 record. In addition, Wright and Graft each placed in the top five for individual score. For more information, contact Megan Graft.
  • Paden lecture at Spalding
  • Jeremy Paden has been invited to give a craft lecture during the Spalding University MFA residency this fall. On Saturday he will speak on "Translation as Literary Apprenticeship." For more information, contact Paden.
Clubs and Organizations
  • Interfraternity Council applications
  • Applications are being accepted for the Interfraternity Council positions of president and VP of recruitment/VP of judicial affairs. The IFC serves as the governing council for Transylvania's male fraternities. All positions seek to unite and advance the fraternity community. Contact Nash Laungani, IFC president, with any questions. The application deadline is Sunday. All applicants must interview at the IFC meeting on Nov. 24 at 5:30 p.m. in Conference Room A. New positions will begin Dec. 1. For more information, contact Nash Laungani.
International Education
  • 2015-16 semester study abroad applications
  • Applications to use scholarship and financial aid for 2015-16 semester study abroad (both fall and winter terms) are due March 6. Semester study abroad is affordable and you can transfer credit for your Transy major and/or minor. Don't miss this opportunity of a lifetime! Find out more: Semester Programs, Programs by Major, and Application Information. Also, call the study abroad office at 8124 or visit at 421 N. Broadway, second floor.
  • 2015-16 Boren Study Abroad Scholarships applications
  • Information and applications for David L. Boren/National Security Scholarships are available here. Boren Awards are for study in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Language study and a commitment to working in the field of national security for the federal government for a minimum of one year are requirements. The campus application deadline is Jan. 16. For more information, contact Kathy Simon at 8124 or ksimon@transy.edu.
  • Study Abroad Photo Contest results
  • Congratulations to the winners of the annual Study Abroad Photo Contest. First place goes to Courtney Smith for her picture taken in Myanmar; second place goes to Leah Grace for her picture in Galway, Ireland; and third place goes to Elizabeth Hardt for her picture in Senegal. Thanks to all the study abroad students who submitted photos this year and to everyone who voted! For more information, contact Frankie Kozicky at 8124 or fkozicky@transy.edu.
  • Summer Study abroad scholarships available
  • Scholarships are available for current sophomores and juniors in good academic and social standing to study in any approved summer study abroad program. A list of programs suitable for different majors is available here. Information and applications are available at the study abroad office, 421 N. Broadway, or here. Applications are due Jan. 12.
For Your Information
  • Thanksgiving break dining hours
  • The Thanksgiving break dining hours will be Monday, Nov. 24, all locations regular time; Tuesday, Forrer breakfast 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., lunch 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., closed dinner. Forrer will be closed from Nov. 26 to 7:30 a.m. Dec. 1. Starting Nov. 25: Jazzman's closed until Dec. 1 at 8 a.m.; Raf closed until Dec. 1 at 11 a.m.; and Sandella's closed until Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. Meal plans end after lunch Nov. 25 and restart Dec. 1. Cash, credit cards, and points will be the only tender accepted. For more information, contact Amanda Langlitz.
  • Seeking to fill assistant registrar position
  • We are seeking to fill the assistant registrar position. The candidate selected will play an integral role in a three-person office setting that includes the registrar and assistant registrar. Qualified candidates may submit their cover letter and resume on-line by following the staff job openings link. For more information, contact Debbie Clark at 3635 or dclark@transy.edu.
  • Final exam schedule
  • The final exam schedule for fall 2014 and the entire 2014-15 academic year is available on Inside Transy via the Course Schedule page under Academics. For more information, contact Michelle Rawlings at 8116 or registrar@transy.edu.
  • Transylvania receives $2 million gift
  • One of the most prominent buildings on our campus is set to receive a major facelift thanks, in part, to the generous donation of a 1964 alumnus. Alvin R. "Pete" and Marilyn Carpenter plan to donate $2 million as the lead gift for the renovation of the Haupt Humanities building. Read the news release.
  • Keys found in Hazelrigg
  • Keys were found Thursday in Hazelrigg 117. Stop by room 108 to pick them up.
  • Wright to take on role of acting director of campus diversity and inclusion
  • We are pleased to announced that Serenity Wright will take on the role of acting director of campus diversity and inclusion for 2014-15. She will continue to serve in her role as international student services coordinator. For more information, contact Michael Covert at 8550 or mcovert@transy.edu.
  • Group fitness limited schedule next week
  • Next week, group fitness classes will be held only on Monday. Classes will resume as scheduled after Thanksgiving break.
  • Bookstore two-day Flash Sale
  • The Transylvania Bookstore will have a two-day Flash Sale on Tuesday and Wednesday. Get 25 percent off all fleece, outerwear, cold-weather accessories, diploma frames, and auto accessories. Also, get an additional 25 percent off in-store clearance items. For more info, call 281-3570.
  • Residence hall construction update
  • The new residence hall will gain a third floor this week as exterior wall forms are added and floor planks separating the second and third floor are installed. Metal wall forms defining individual rooms are being added to the first floor. There will be significant deliveries of materials Monday through Wednesday. Flaggers will provide safety directions to pedestrians. Watch the action on the web cam. For more information, contact Marc Mathews at 8100 or mmathews@transy.edu.
  • Basketball game raffle
  • Interested in winning a $500 gift certificate to the Transylvania Bookstore? The Collin Cancer Fund for Children Endowment is offering raffle tickets leading up to the Centre vs. Transylvania men's basketball game on Wednesday to raise money for the cause. One lucky winner will be drawn at halftime of the game, but tickets can be purchased at any time from Kyle Dunaway in Beck 2025. Raffle tickets are $2 for one ticket or $5 for three. Support the cause today, and win! For more information, contact Dunaway at 8183 or Kyle Dunaway.
  • Transportation to men's basketball game vs. Centre on Wednesday
  • The athletic department in conjunction with the Crimson Crazies will take two vans of students interested in attending the men's basketball game against Centre College. Students need to sign up through Kyle Dunaway and spots will be reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you're interested in getting 'Crazie' for the Pioneers, sign up ASAP!
  • Community Engagement Through the Arts
  • Please note that Community Engagement Through the Arts, an interdisciplinary class taught by professors Gohde and Todorova in the winter semester, can now be taken for art credit as well. The class meets T 3-4:30 p.m. and W 6-8 p.m. Join us to build birdhouses and a sustainable community in our own neighborhood. For more information, contact Kremena Todorova.
  • Trans* Week of Awareness and Remembrance
  • Join the Diversity Action Council to learn, celebrate, and grieve as we explore several aspects of trans* individuals' lives. The events are: Positive Trans* Identity presentation, Nov. 18, 7 p.m. at the UK Student Center Room 111; the movie "Normal" viewing and discussion, Nov. 20, 7 p.m. at our Student Involvement and Leadership Center; and the Trans* Night of Remembrance Ceremony, Nov. 21, 7 p.m. in the Campus Center Gym. For more information, contact Zoey Peach.
  • Keep up with alumni and development: TransE-Mail
  • Stay current on the news from the alumni and development office with the latest edition of TransE-Mail, an electronic newsletter sent to 5,700 alumni every month. For more information, contact Tracy Dunn at 8512 or tdunn@transy.edu.
  • Historical markers to be briefly removed
  • This Friday the four historical markers made possible by TUSGA will be briefly taken down. The edges are going to be sanded to soften them. They will be reinstalled in the same locations as soon as possible. For more information, contact Marc Mathews at 8100 or mmathews@transy.edu.
  • New communications staff members
  • Please welcome Adam Brown, who has been hired as the lead designer, and Julie Martinez, the new assistant director of communications. Both will start Dec. 1.
  • 'Shakespeare in Mind' runs through Nov. 23
  • Performance dates for the theater department's production of "Shakespeare in Mind" will be Nov. 13, 15, 16; and Nov. 20-23. Box office hours will be Monday-Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. through Nov. 21. The Little Theater box office number is 281-3621. For more information, contact Sully White at 8623 or swhite@transy.edu.
  • No Morlan Gallery Holiday Sale this December
  • Morlan Gallery's Holiday Sale is an every-other-year event, with the next sale scheduled for December of 2016. If you are Transylvania community member who would like to participate in a holiday sale this year, consider joining the Sustainability Store on Dec. 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Forrer front lobby. Email Angela Poe for more details.
  • Residence halls closed during Thanksgiving break
  • The residence halls will be closed during Thanksgiving break starting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 25, until 10 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 30. If you need to request to stay late, come back early, or remain in the residence halls during this time, please fill out this form. For more information, contact Tristan Fretwell at 8498 or tfretwell@transy.edu.
  • IVPP seeks Stalking Awareness planning help
  • Interpersonal Violence Prevention Programming is looking for interested students, staff, and faculty to help plan events for Stalking Awareness Month in January. If you are interested in being a part of this planning committee, please contact Ashley Gutshall.
  • NSF grant to pay for summer research
  • Part of a $1.9 million National Science Foundation grant will pay for Transylvania University students to investigate microbial diversity over summer breaks at Indiana University.
  • Consider taking vocal course
  • SING@Transy! As you plan for next term, consider adding a vocal course to your schedule, and sing while you study. We have three choral ensembles (all singing in our popular Cabaret show), opera/musical theater workshop, and a voice class and lessons. There are places for folks with lots of experience and those brand new to singing. Interested? Please let us know more about you by completing this short form. For more information, contact Karen Cooksey at 3546 or kcooksey@transy.edu.
  • Show off repurposed accessories and clothing
  • In cooperation with "Shakespeare in Mind," it's time to show off your repurposed accessories! This week be sure to wear all your recycled, upcycled, and repurposed accessories and clothing. Take a pic. Put it on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #R4Runway and we'll pick a winner at random for free "Shakespeare in Mind" tickets plus dinner for two at Shakespeare and Co. For more information, contact Regan Buckler.
  • Last chance to earn CE credit for Library Workshops
  • Only 10 CE Library Workshops remain. If you want to earn CE credit, you must complete one Library Workshop before Dec. 1. More info and sign up is here. No workshops will be offered after that date (including winter term). This is the last chance for the year. For more information, contact Lisa Nichols at 8403 or lnichols@transy.edu.
  • 'Rural Women: Photography by Maxine Payne'
  • Morlan Gallery's "Rural Women: Photography by Maxine Payne" runs through Dec. 2. Through image and oral history, "Rural Women" documents the lives of women living in five distinct environments from Africa to Vietnam, including the photographer's own rural Arkansas. Payne, an award-winning photographer, has exhibited nationally, had her work published, and appeared in a TEDx talk. For more information, contact Andrea Fisher at 8142, or afisher@transy.edu.
  • TIAA-CREF consultant on campus in November
  • Paul Kelder, our local consultant from TIAA-CREF, will be on campus Nov. 6 and 20. Please call TIAA-CREF at 1-800-732-8353 to set up a meeting time. If you have any questions, you may contact Debbie Clark at 3635.
  • 2015 August Term Scholar applications available
  • August Term Scholars serve as role models and mentors to first-year students while working with a faculty member to teach a section of First Engagements. They are also responsible for leading and supervising first-year students in small group discussions, off-campus trips, and campus events during New Student Orientation and August term. Applications are available. For more information, contact Michael Covert at 8550 or mcovert@transy.edu.
  • 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.
  • Art, art history travel grants available
  • Art and Art Historians Endowed Study Travel Grants established by Rose Mary Stamler Dow '88 (Mrs. Philip) are available to students enrolled in Art or Art History Program courses with preference given to those involving May term travel. Students must be declared junior or senior students majoring in art or art history with a 3.0 GPA or higher in their major. Contact Professor Jack Girard for the application, which is due Dec. 1.
  • 2015-16 Cralle Foundation/Joan Cralle Day Fellowship at UK
  • A one-year fellowship in the amount of $15,000 plus tuition and student health insurance is available at the University of Kentucky for graduate or professional (law, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy) study for an entering student. Candidates must be nominated by Transylvania; individual applications will not be accepted. Get the details.
  • 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.
  • Parking changes
  • Click here to read about parking changes on campus. View the map here.
Career Development
  • Find an internship through Career Development
  • Securing professional experience through an internship is one of the best ways students are more employable or competitive for graduate school. Working with Career Development can help you decide what internship you should have and can assist you in preparing a professional resume. Find out what internships are available in art, communications, development, event planning, finance, government, graphic design, marketing, media, ministry, public relations, and tourism, just to name a few.
  • Graduate school application assistance
  • The Career Development Center offers assistance with all applications for graduate and professional schools. Assistance includes whether or not to apply, how to choose among programs, help with resume and personal statement writing, and answering questions about the application. Please call the office or stop in to set up an appointment with Michael Cronk, mcronk@transy.edu.
Sustainability
  • Weekly Recycling Tip #1
  • Weekly Recycling Tip #1: Do not recycle food! Organic material goes in the trash. For more information, contact Megan Graft.
  • Room, office audits reduce utility costs
  • Last year, Transylvania spent $1,325 per student on utilities. Discover how you can help reduce that number by having your office or room audited. You'll learn tips for utility conservation and landfill-bound waste reduction. Plus, you'll be entered to win your choice of lunch for two at Dudley's, a 90-minute massage at Massage Envy, a mani-pedi at Planet Salon, or $75 worth of goods or services from a Local First Lexington business. Email apoe@transy.edu to be connected with a student auditor.
  • Green Revolving Fund ideas
  • Started in 2013 with seed funding from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, the Green Revolving Loan Fund (GRLF) supports utility conservation, waste reduction, renewable energy, and education projects. Savings resulting from these projects are rolled back into the GRLF. Four projects funded in 2013-14 were fans in Beck; LED lighting in Beck; programmable thermostats in academic and administrative buildings; and electricity meters in residence halls. Submit your GRLF project ideas using this form. For more information, contact Angela Poe at 8278 or apoe@transy.edu.
May Term
  • Last Call for Drawing on Ireland
  • There will be an informal gathering for the May term 2015 "Drawing on Ireland" travel course Monday from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the Creative House. Anyone with a lingering interest in the class is welcome to attend. For more information, contact Jack Girard at 8115 or jgirard@transy.edu.
  • New course: Staging the Body Politic: Power, Gender, and Mayhem
  • The new May term course Staging the Body Politic: Power, Gender, and Mayhem (CLA/ENG 2294) will explore intersections of theater and politics in Ancient, Renaissance, and Contemporary drama. Readings may include plays by Aeschylus, Aristophanes, Seneca, Shakespeare, Racine, Brecht, Soyinka, and/or Stoppard. For more information, please contact David Kaufman or Bethany Packard.
August Term
Health and Fitness
  • Group Fitness schedule being developed
  • As we are in the process of developing our winter Group Fitness schedule, we would love to hear from you to help us create a schedule that meets your times and other preferences. Please take a moment to complete a brief three-question survey. All input is appreciated. For more information, contact Erinn McWilliams.
  • Wellness fair feedback
  • Thank you to those who attended the 13th annual wellness fair. The wellness fair's primary goal is to share practical and valuable health information with the entire Transylvania community. In hopes of constantly improving the fair, we would love to hear your feedback. Please take the time to complete this 5-minute survey to let us know how we can continue to improve our efforts. Thank you in advance for your time. For more information, contact Erinn McWilliams.
  • Flu vaccines available
  • Fight the Flu! Protect yourself; protect others; get vaccinated! Flu vaccines are available for students in the Health Center. The $20 fee for the vaccine will be applied to the student's account. Walk in hours are M,W,F 9 a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m.; Tuesday 2-7 p.m.; and Thursday 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. For more information, contact Tracy Moore at 8127, or TMoore@transy.edu.
Student Government Association
  • Crimson Affair T-Shirts available
  • Crimson Affair T-Shirts will be on sale during the following times until supplies run out: Monday, 5-7 p.m. at dinner; Tuesday, 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. in Front Lobby; Wednesday, 5-7 p.m. at dinner; and Thursday, 12:15-1:30 p.m. in Front Lobby. They are $10 each and can be paid for by cash or check. For more information please contact Ryne Hardesty.
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