A Global College

Through identification and study of relevant global demographic trends and projections, the Global College subcommittee will develop a plan that aligns Trinity’s strengths and assets with the needs and interests of a rapidly changing world.  The plan will seek to position Trinity as a global leader in providing education and disseminating knowledge in new, collaborative, and cost-efficient ways around the world, with a particular focus on urban centers.  The subcommittee’s work will span study away programs, curriculum, relevant scholarly centers, recruitment and support of globally-engaged faculty,  international recruitment of students , and engagement and partnerships beyond our home in Hartford.  Critical questions include:  What is distinct about Trinity’s global engagement?  How can we enhance Trinity’s unique global/urban connection?

Update — February 2017

An executive summary and draft report is available to read. Please share your feedback with the Commission  using our online form

 

Members

Tim Cresswell*

Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty

Anne Lambright*

Charles A. Dana Research Professor of Language and Culture Studies

Zayde Antrim

Associate Professor of History and International Studies

Lukman Arsalan

Senior Associate Director, International Admissions and Student​ Success

Xiangming Chen

Paul E. Raether Distinguished Professor of Global Urban Studies and Sociology and Dean and Director of the Center for Urban and Global Studies​

Alison Draper

Director, Science Center

Eleanor Emerson

Acting Director, Office of Study Away

Isaac Kamola

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Reo Matsuzaki

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Jett McAlister

Associate Director, Career Development Center

Gretchen Orschiedt

Director of Principal Gifts and International Advancement

Elizabeth Patino ’19


Consuelo Pedro ’15

Trinsition Fellow

Ann Reuman

Senior Associate Dean of Students

Evan Scollard ’17


Karla Spurlock-Evans

Dean, Multicultural Affairs

Nicholas Woolley

Assistant Professor of Economics

*co-chair
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