Outcomes posted by Andrew J. Concatelli

Checking in with Alumni from the Class of 2021

Within six months of graduating from Trinity, 97 percent of alumni from the Class of 2021 said they had achieved their goals of employment, graduate studies, volunteer service, and other fulfilling pursuits. Here, six alumni check in about where they are now and how Trinity helped them get there.

Hartford posted by Kate Whitman '23

Community Learning Research Fellows Partner with Hartford Organizations on Real-World Issues

Trinity students in the Community Learning Research Fellows program partner each year with local organizations on research work that goes beyond the classroom. Jane Dunbar ’23 and Sulemaan Khalid ’23 worked with Hartford Land Bank, a non-profit that stewards the rehabilitation of vacant, abandoned, tax-delinquent, or distressed properties in the city.

Academics posted by Kate Whitman ’23

Following Political Science Course, Trinity Student Publishes Research on Authoritarianism and Military Support

Trinity College student Darya (Dasha) Maliauskaya ’22 recently published a paper in the Inquiries Journal about authoritarian leaders and military support. Based on a midterm assignment from the political science course, “Authoritarianism,” the research explores how autocrats use power, coercion, and loyalty to influence the military into supporting the regime during mass uprisings.

Faculty posted by Andrew J. Concatelli

Fellowship Grant will Support Completion of Faculty Member’s First Book

Trinity College Assistant Professor of American Studies Juliet Nebolon has been awarded a 2022 fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS). The fellowship grant will support Nebolon during the coming academic year as she completes her first book.