College Appoints New Dean of Faculty
Rena Fraden will also hold the titles of vice president for academic affairs and the G. Keith Funston Professor of American Literature and American Studies.
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College Celebrates Retirees and those with 25 Years of Service
A warm spring sun invited the campus community to the lawn of Smith House on May 4, where nine Trinity employees were honored for their loyalty and dedication to the College.
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Ninth Annual Auction Brings Together Child Center Families and Friends Although officially called the Trinity College Community Child Center Wine Tasting and Auction, the annual event is less about wine and more about families and friends coming together to have fun and support a good cause.
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Year-End Review of Campus Events
The 2005-06 academic year brought a variety of guest lecturers to campus as well as an array of concerts, presentations, and all manner of engaging events fill the campus calendar. ... read more
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Milestones Recognizing members of the campus
community for their years of service to Trinity
Theresa Morris, assistant professor of sociology, holds her daughter, Allison, during the College’s 7th annual Take Our Daughters to Work
Day luncheon. Allison, 2 1/2, attends the Trinity College Community
3 Questions for ...
Associate Professor of History
Professor Euraque has been appointed
director of the Honduran Institute of Anthropology and History (IHAH)
in Tegucigalpa, Honduras for two to three years, beginning July
What responsibilities will be associated with your position in Honduras?
What opportunities might become available for Trinity students as a result of this arrangement?
What are you most looking forward to about living in Honduras and what will you miss most about Trinity? read
Dario's answers ...
What they’re reading…
Liz Burns M’93 Assistant Director of Special Academic Programs
"Between book group selections, I picked up Frank McCourt’s
Teacher Man. I hadn’t read the Pulitzer Prize-winning
Angela’s Ashes or his follow up, the autobiographical
Tis, but I thought I might like this most recent memoir of McCourt’s 30-odd years as an English teacher in New York City public high schools." read more ...
The College conferred an honorary Doctor of Laws degree on former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt at Commencement, 1918. The day before, Roosevelt delivered an address “to the largest crowd of people ever assembled at one time on the campus,” estimated at 5,000.
eQuad Survey Results
We conducted eight informal
surveys this academic year, with topics ranging from
holiday greetings to Intelligent Design. Not
surprisingly, the Red Sox/Yankees question received the
greatest number of responses, while a question about
government wiretapping yielded the most lopsided
results. Among the most interesting results were that
the campus community is closely divided about the
publication of potentially offensive editorial cartoons
and that slightly more than half of respondents live in
the city of Hartford or would consider moving here.
a summary of the survey results from the 2005-06
academic year. Look for a new survey question in the
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