posted by Jack Dougherty

Ed Studies Class of ’23 May Senior Thesis Presentations

Six Educational Studies majors from the Class of 2023 publicly presented their research at our May senior thesis presentations event. Seven other senior majors previously presented their work at the December event.

posted by Jack Dougherty

Advice from Educational Studies Alumni

Ten alumni from the Educational Studies Program recent gave video interviews to publicly share their stories and advice to help build stronger connections with current Trinity students.

posted by Stefanie Wong

New Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Elise Castillo

The Educational Studies Program at Trinity College is pleased to announce that Elise Castillo has been hired as our newest tenure-track Assistant Professor, effective September 2021.

posted by Stefanie Wong and Jack Dougherty

Anti-Racist Educational Resources

A letter to students and alumni of the Educational Studies Program at Trinity College, from Professors Stefanie Wong and Jack Dougherty: During these recent days of protest against police brutality, we have heard from some of you who are seeking resources about anti-racist education...

posted by Elise Castillo

“What Kind of Progressive Education?” Lecture by Castillo

Dr. Elise Castillo, the Ann Plato Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Educational Studies Program and the Public Policy & Law Program at Trinity College in 2019-20, presents her lecture on video, titled "What Kind of Progressive Education: The Case of Charter Schools.

posted by Jack Dougherty

Anthony Jack, author of The Privileged Poor, to speak

Anthony Jack, Assistant Professor of Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and author of a best-selling new book, The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges Are Failing Disadvantaged Students, will speak on Thursday, September 26th, 2019 at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.