Awards and Honors
On January 18, The Chamber Orchestra of
Boston premiered Sicilienne for string orchestra by Chapel
Composer-in-Residence, Robert Edward Smith. The work was commissioned
by the orchestra for the occasion. The concert, conducted by David
Feltner, took place at the New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall.
This year mark the 25th anniversary of Smith’s appointment as
composer-in-residence at Trinity.
Vice President of Community Relations Kevin
Sullivan has been chosen to receive the 2004 State Legislator of the
Year Award by the American Psychological Association (APA). The award
will be given in recognition of Sullivan’s strong leadership and
advocacy for mental health services for the citizens of Connecticut
and presented at an awards luncheon during the APA State Leadership
Conference in Washington, D.C, on March 14.
Professor of English Paul Lauter received a
Fulbright Scholar grant for his 2003 summer lecture program at Moscow
State University in Russia, according to the United States Department
of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.
Lauter spent part of June and July of 2003 teaching in the seminar for
Russian faculty and graduate students entitled “Reading Everyday Life
in America and in Russia: Semiotics of Culture and Intercultural
Communication.” Lauter’s subject concerned working-class literature
and everyday life.
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