Associate Professor of Computer Science Ewa Syta will work with Trinity students and a University of Connecticut collaborator on a four-year research project focused on strengthening internet communications safeguards.
The research on the red-eared slider turtle was based on a senior thesis that Eleanor Tate ’21 wrote during her time at Trinity under the mentorship of Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Biology Amber L. Pitt.
In an article from September 23, 2022, “They Took ‘No’ for an Answer: School’s Persistence Pays Off as Receiver DeVante Reid Drinks in Full College Experience and Chases Another Title,” the Courant chronicles how Reid was recruited to Trinity and the subsequent successes he’s had both on and off the field.
The Hartford Medical Society’s historical collection of books, journals, and artifacts dating back to the 1500s has returned to the Watkinson Library at Trinity College, having previously been housed there from 1893 to 1898. The collection includes more than 30,000 volumes, 100 archival collections, and 550 medical instruments.
Trinity’s Center for Caribbean Studies helped to organize the raising of the flags of Central American countries at the Connecticut State Capitol in Hartford. This was part of the college’s larger efforts to raise awareness of Central American culture, history, and immigrant experiences.
The landmark partnership will support high achieving, low-income students enrolling at Trinity. “This initiative will change lives,” said Trinity President Joanne Berger-Sweeney. “It will open doors to individuals who may have thought that an outstanding liberal arts education was out of reach.”
Andrew J. Concatelli and Kate Whitman '23
Recent Trinity College graduate Shawn Olstein ’22 will spend the next year teaching English to students in Taiwan through the Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship program. Olstein said that Trinity helped position him to receive this honor from Fulbright. “If you want to go on to a graduate degree or get a fellowship, Trinity is a great place to go,” he said.
The new Center for Entrepreneurship will support student, faculty, and alumni interests. Dean of the Faculty and Vice President for Academic Affairs Sonia Cardenas said, “The Center for Entrepreneurship will provide any liberal arts major, not just those interested in business or start-ups, with the confidence and know-how to turn ideas into action.”