Max Norteman ’23 is one of many Trinity students conducting research on campus this summer. His research project with Benjamin C. Carbonetti—director of the Human Rights Program and lecturer in human rights—investigates the environmental impacts of United Nations peacekeeping projects.
In a perfect convergence of his Trinity College majors in neuroscience and German, Nic Zacharewski ’23 is spending his summer as a brain cancer research intern at a lab in Heidelberg, Germany, and writing about the experience in a blog.
The audience is invited to bring lawn chairs, blankets, and picnics to Trinity’s Main Quad every Wednesday in July, as they enjoy the music of the 49-bell Plumb Memorial Carillon, one of approximately 200 such instruments in North America.
Vernon Social will transform into the Cornelia Parsons ’80 Center, the new home of the Career and Life Design Center, formerly the Center for Student Success and Career Development, and is anticipated to become a hub of student-centered activity.
The Trinity College Board of Trustees has approved the promotions to the position of associate professor with tenure of Molly Helt, Peter Kyle, Timothy Landry, and Robert Outten. The Board also voted to appoint Priscilla Meléndez as full professor with tenure.
President Joanne Berger-Sweeney has announced the appointment of four new trustees to the Trinity College Board of Trustees. They are: LaTanya Langley ’97, H’17; Jamie Tracey Szal ’06; William G. Thomas III ’86, P’20; and James Yu ’87. In addition, Lisa Bisaccia ’78 took over as chair of the board. They began their terms on July 1, 2021.
When Associate Professor of Psychology David A. Reuman retired following the end of the spring 2021 semester, his daughter Lillian Reuman surprised him with a book called ‘Professor Reuman’s Lasting Lessons.’ The compilation included 40 written contributions from David’s former students, colleagues, and family members.