The following grants were awarded recently.

  • Ireland Rowan ’23 received a CT Space Grant a Battery Thermal Test and Analysis Project.
  • The National Institutes of Health funded Professor Laura Holt’s Preventing Prescription Stimulant Diversion and Medication Misuse Via a Web-Based Simulation Intervention.
  • Assistant Professor Lindsey Hanson received National Science Foundation funding for Optical Studies of Pseudoelastic Nanoparticle Deformation.
  • The Foundation for Psychocultural Research provided funding to Professor Sally Seraphin for two projects: Thinking Republic: A Digital Platform for Enhanced Interdisciplinary, and Turtle or Hare: A Mathematical Model of Alternative Developmental Strategies for Optimal Fitness in Safe or Uncertain Socioecological Conditions.
  • Hannah Zukowski ’21 received a NASA Space Grant for System Design and Spectral Analysis of Turbulence in Blood Flow for Aortic Valve Stenosis.
  • Professor Sally Seraphin received a book development grant from the Princeton University Press for Liberation Biology: A Path for Addressing the Brain and Bodily Effects of Economic, Social, and Environmental Injustice.
  • Professor Isaac Kamola received a fellowship from University of California’s National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement to support his project, Faculty First Responders.
  • The Hilla von Rebay Foundation supported the Fifth-Year Fellows program of the Studio Art Department.
  • The Marie and John Zimmermann Fund awarded a grant to fund the Jones-Zimmermann Academic Mentoring Program.
  • The Davis Educational Foundation made a Presidential Grant for Alternative Academic Delivery supporting the purchase of physics equipment.
  • The Rathmann Family Foundation support the Friends of Softball and the Friends of Baseball.
  • The Henry Luce Foundation supported the Primus Project.
  • The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded a grant to support the Women of Color Convening.
  • The Enterprise Holdings Foundation, Elizabeth M. Landon and Harriette M. Landon Charitable Foundation, Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, Foundation for Life, Farmington Bank Community Foundation, Stanley D. and Hinda N. Fisher Fund, and the SBM Charitable Foundation all awarded grants to support Dream Camp at Trinity College.
  • Scholarships for Illinois Residents, Inc. awarded scholarships to students from Illinois currently attending the college.
  • The Mastercard Foundation awarded a grant to support scholarships for students from Africa.
  • The Davis UWC Scholars Program supported scholarships and Trinity College’s participation in the Projects for Peace.
  • The Taylor Educational Foundation supported scholarships at the college.
  • The Maccabee Task Force Foundation supported Hillel programs.
  • The Institute of International Education sponsored a rescue scholar at the college.
  • Hybrid Pathways supported a computer science networking program and internships for women.
  • The Greater Hartford Arts Council supported the Hip Hop Festival.
  • The Tanaka Memorial Foundation supported international research and engagement.