Join Camilla for anecdotal insight and her personal experience in selling products from Trinity’s campus to the world at large for the past 20 years. A Trinity Entrepreneurial Network (TEN) Roundtable Discussion.
A talk on the benefits of living a life based on the soft, persistent voice that waits to be heard inside of all of us and how listening to this voice, and following its (your) directives, is the real revolution
Now that you have that great idea, how do you turn it into a business? What are the essential steps needed to turn your idea into action? This conversation is especially geared to those with limited resources but plenty of grit and determination.
Whatever your life’s work, you can inspire others – colleagues, clients, volunteers, a potential employer or even a hoped-for recruit – by engaging them with compelling stories. We dove into the fun and power of strategic communications, with a spotlight on how to uncover and share our most powerful stories.
Listen to the conversation with Stephanie Ritz ’90, the Trinity alumna who serves as a partner at William Morris Endeavor, the world’s longest-running talent agency, and President Berger-Sweeney. Please note that this recording has some sound issues.
Learn about the career paths of Johanna Doherty ’06, McKenzie Jones ’15, and Peace Kabari ’20 and hear their perspective and advice on what it takes to succeed as a woman in the field of finance. Moderated by Julie Gionfriddo ’96, M’05 adn Delaney Markham ’23.
Panelists discuss their experiences building and maintaining a brand in their respective industries. Paul Sullivan ’95, New York Times columnist and host of Trinity College podcast Beyond the Summit, moderates the conversation with Chief Executive Officer of Food Banks Canada Chris Hatch ’80, CEO of Burst and Producer of the acclaimed film Willie Bryant McBride ’88, P’20, and Peloton Instructor and In-Arena Co-Host of the NY Liberty + Reebok Athlete Jess Sims ’10.
Watching this recording and find out the answers to some common questions about memory: Could you memorize a phone book? Does memory fail as we age? Can you rely on eyewitness testimony? Can memories be manipulated? Are there different kinds of memories and where are they stored in the brain?
Professor Renny Fulco, director of the Trinity College Public Policy and Law Program, sits down with civil rights and employment attorney Lisa Banks ’90 for a conversation about her career. They discuss key legal issues of the day like the “Me Too” movement, whistleblower retaliation, Title IX, and more.
Trinity College Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid Adrienne Amador Oddi moderates a panel featuring Dartmouth College Vice Provost and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid Lee Coffin ’85, College and Career Planning Manager at the Office of Postsecondary Readiness at the NYC Department of Education Zee Santiago ’09, and Suffield Academy Director of College Counseling and Leadership Ann Newman Selvitelli ’91.
President Joanne Berger-Sweeney moderates a panel of Trinity College leaders: Vice President for Student Success and Enrollment Joe DiChristina, Director of Athletics and Chair of Physical Education Drew Galbraith, and Associate Dean for Curriculum and Associate Professor of Theater and Dance Mitchell Polin ’96. Together, they will reflect on the college’s response to the most recent, unprecedented academic year and share their thoughts about the upcoming year.
Women's Leadership Council's Amy Katz ’79, Senior Executive Producer, Voice of America;
Sarah Cody ’95, Anchor and Reporter, WTNH-TV & WCTX-TV;
Charity Elder ’00, Former Head of Yahoo News Video and Podcast; and
Helen Ubiñas M’09, Columnist, Philadelphia Daily News/Philadelphia Inquirer/Philly.com
A Celebration of 50 Years of the Trinity College Rome Campus! From the Ancient Roman Substratum to Present-day Squats: An interdisciplinary and plurisecular walk around our neighborhood on the Aventine Hill led by Trinity College Rome Campus faculty and with an introduction by Professor Dario Del Puppo.
Listen to Terrie Rouse-Rosario ’74, Yarel Silverio Marshall ’96, and Taniqua Huguley ’15, M’17 discuss about the role of leadership in the lives of women across three generations. Presented by the Women's Leadership Council.
Part of the Spring 2021 FRC Lecture Series. ARCHES is an interdisciplinary investigation of how Americans form and change their views about who deserves what in the health realm. She shares key findings, including how perspective-taking exercises can increase support for equity and how COVID-19 pandemic affects views.
President Joanne Berger-Sweeney hosted a virtual conversation with Chief Justice McCormack, to discuss her perspective on achieving equal justice under law, educating future lawyers, and finding success in her career. The Chief Justice also reflected on what it's like to share Trinity connections within her family, and offer her thoughts on how the liberal arts have informed her life since leaving Trinity.
From his unique position as a member of both the Trinity College campus community and Connecticut State Government, Jason Rojas M’12 will discuss Trinity and Hartford, and the promise and challenges of their partnership.
Part of the Sprin 2021 FRC Lecture Series. Pablo Delano discusses the trajectory of his project The Museum of the Old Colony, with an emphasis on work completed during the period of the Dana Research Professorship. The Museum of the Old Colony is a conceptual art installation that examines the complex and fraught history of U.S. colonialism, paternalism, and exploitation in Puerto Rico.
Lee Clayton Roper ’80, cooking instructor and author of the award-winning cookbook series A Well-Seasoned Kitchen® shares ideas, tips and recipes for creating a delicious and stress-free cocktail gathering.
The second event in our celebration of 50 years of the Trinity College Rome Campus featuring Livio Pestilli, professor emeritus and former director of Trinity College Rome Campus (1979-2016), and hosted by faculty emeriti Borden Painter Jr. ’58, H’95 and Henry DePhillips P’82, ’83, ’88.
Watch the inaugural virtual event celebrating 50 years of Trinity’s beloved Rome campus. Hear from a few current faculty, students, and staff for this first session which aims to welcome you back to campus and give you an overview of what it is like to study with Trinity in Rome today.
Professor Stefanie Chambers discusses the historic election of Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, the factors that explain Omar’s historic victory, and how her distinctive experiences, as a young, hijab-wearing, Black, immigrant woman have shaped her leadership and affected her experience. Chambers also connects her research to the 2020 elections and the achievements made by other women of color in elective office.
With panelists, Cheryl Greenberg, Paul E. Raether Distinguished Professor of History at Trinity College; Susannah Heschel ’73, H’10, Eli M. Black Professor of Jewish Studies at Dartmouth College and Trinity College Trustee; and Kevin J. McMahon, John R. Reitemeyer Professor of Political Science at Trinity College.
A conversation with Kristine Belson ’86, the Trinity alumna who heads the animation studio that brought the world the Academy Award®-winning feature “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” and this year’s Oscar®-winning animated short “Hair Love.”
The Vaccine Pipeline: Developing Safe and Efficacious Vaccines to Protect Against Some of our World’s Most Serious Threats By Kari Sweeney Efferon '03, Associate Director at Pfizer. Presented by the Trinity Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies (TIIS).
Adrienne Amador Oddi, dean of admissions and financial aid, opens Virtual Admissions 101 with insights into the college admissions process. Q&A moderated by Student Admissions Associate Olivia Painchaud ’21.
The second iteration of this showcase! The evening features performances by Austin Tewksbury ’13, Marc Alexis ’14, Marisa Tornello ’15, and John Moran ’15, followed by a Q+A hosted by Professor Eric Galm.
A conversation to help those living in more Democratic Blue states to understand the political situation on the ground in more Republican Red states. Trinity’s Kevin McMahon (Political Science) moderates the discussion with Pearson Cross (University of Louisiana, Lafayette) and Randall Adkins (University of Nebraska, Omaha).
A conversation with Professors Garth Myers and Sean Fitzpatrick, and moderated by Professor Abby Williamson, about how political structures in the United States disadvantage its urban centers. Presented by Trinity-ALL.
John Selders and Professor Davarian Baldwin discuss the role of protest in shaping American cities and an examination of the way protests have been documented over time. Co-sponsored with the Wadsworth Atheneum and the Amistad Center for Art & Culture.
With their eye on Trinity College’s upcoming bicentennial, five retired Trinity College faculty discuss what they found most memorable about teaching at Trinity and the strengths that will carry the college into the future.
A symposium celebrating the African American reception and interpretation of Dante’s epic poem, the Divine Comedy, featuring: Dennis Looney, Carl Phillips, Sherman Irby, and Cornel West; Introduction by Matthew Collins and moderated by Dario Del Puppo (Chair, Barbieri Endowment for Italian Culture).
A conversation with Adrienne Amador Oddi, dean of admissions and financial aid and Julia Naclerio '08, M'20, associate director of college counseling at the King School, about the impact of the global pandemic on the college admissions process and their thoughts on what the future of college admissions holds.
Performances by Malcom Moon ’15, Malibongwe Thwala ’17, Mattea Sario '17, Brandon Serafino ’14, and Steve Syz ’17! Followed by a Q+A hosted by Eric Galm to help connect alumni with current musical students, and learn about their experiences beyond Trinity as emerging artists.
Join Athletic Director Drew Galbraith, Emily Garner, head women’s basketball coach, Matthew Greason ’03, M’10, head men’s golf coach and head men’s ice hockey coach, and Kevin MacDermott, head men’s rowing coach as they discuss how they tackle recruiting and identify future Bantams.
Andrew Aydin ’06 discusses his journey from the Liberal Arts to director and policy advisor to Congressman John Lewis, as well as co-authoring the #1 NYT Bestselling graphic novel trilogy MARCH, the first comics work ever to win the National Book Award.
Three alumni discuss how they have used their liberal arts education to make groundbreaking change. Hear how their work building and leading mission-driven organizations makes an impact in their communities.
On August 27, the Trinity College athletic community got together for a conversation highlighting successes of last year, a brief overview of the upcoming academic year, and an update on the Athletics Campaign.
Presented by the Trinity Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies (TIIS) and the Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life, four Trinity professors discussed the novel from their respective fields.
Sponsored by the Women's Leadership Council, Professor Renny Fulco and Brooke LePage ’19 discussed the obstacles and consequences in creating one set of clear national policies to control the pandemic in the U.S.
David Chang ’99, founder and chef of Momofuku, and Danny Meyer ’80, P’20, founder and CEO of the Union Square Hospitality Group, discussed the the challenges that the hospitality and restaurant industry are facing on June 11. The presentation was moderated by John Molner ’85, co-founder and CEO of KCM Media.
On May 27, Matthew Prince ’96, CEO and Co-founder of Cloudflare, and Joanne Berger-Sweeney, President and Trinity College Professor of Neuroscience, led a conversation on the intersection of technology and privacy.
On May 1, five Trinity alumni came together virtually to offer their perspective on the future of professional sports in the U.S. and abroad, and share their stories about how they used their liberal arts education to achieve their professional goals.