Community Learning posted by Emeline Avignon (2024)

Community Learning Course “Visual Rhetorics” Designs New Trinfo and Community Organization Logos

In the spring semester of 2020, Professor Nick Marino set out to teach his course, Visual Rhetorics, with a new Community Learning curriculum. The course teaches students about how messages are communicated through visuals, font, typography, and photography for persuasion. Students worked with two partners to create new logos using skills they learned in the course.

SINA posted

Connecting Trinity and the Neighborhood through SINA’s Homeownership Incentive Program and Walk to Work

Southside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance (SINA) promotes economic vitality and quality of life in south central Hartford through institutional partnerships with Trinity College, Hartford Hospital, and Connecticut Children’s. This month, we’re highlighting two SINA programs, the Homeownership Incentive Program (HIP) and Walk to Work program, that can help further connect the Trinity community with the surrounding neighborhood.

Liberal Arts Action Lab posted

Meet the Team with Emily and Camilo

In July, Dr. Emily Cummins joined us as the Liberal Arts Action Lab's new director. Dr. Camilo Ruiz Sanchez also joined the Lab as a postdoctoral fellow. Learn more about Emily and Camilo in this blog.

Community Learning posted by Erica Crowley

Announcing 2021-22 Community Learning Faculty Fellows (CLiFF)

Please join the Community Learning program in celebrating the Trinity College faculty who will be part of the 2021-22 Community Learning Faculty Fellows program! This program introduces faculty to community engagement pedagogy and supports them in designing a Community Learning component to be taught in an upcoming course. This year, 6 fellows will receive a stipend to participate in seven one-hour meetings during the academic year. We will discuss best practices for partnering with community organizations, hear from experienced community learning instructors, and workshop plans for their courses.

Newsletter posted

CHER June 2021 Newsletter

Over Twenty Years of Trinfo, Reflecting on the 20th Anniversary of the Learning Corridor, and more

HMTCA-Trinity Partnership posted by Gabby Nelson and Robert Cotto Jr.

Reflecting on the 20th Anniversary of the Learning Corridor

The Learning Corridor opened in 2000, just over twenty years ago. Spearheaded by the Southside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance (SINA) and Trinity College, the Learning Corridor brought together the Trinity College Boys and Girls Club and four schools - the Hartford Montessori School, Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts, Greater Hartford Academy of Math and Science, and Hartford Magnet Middle School (which would become Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy - or HMTCA - in 2011).