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Shawn Olstein ’22 Receives Fulbright Award to Teach English in Taiwan

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.

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Trinity Announces Launch of Center for Entrepreneurship

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.”

Trinity Community posted by Andrew J. Concatelli

Trinity’s 199th Academic Year Opens with President’s Convocation and Matriculation

“Welcome to the new academic year and, for many of you, to the formal beginning to your life as a member of the Trinity College family,” Trinity President Joanne Berger-Sweeney said to the crowd gathered on the Main Quad on September 1. “Students, parents, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends, we are all part of the Bantam family.”

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Trinity College Welcomes Class of 2026 and New Students to Community

Joining the Trinity College community this week are 575 members of the Class of 2026, in addition to 27 transfer students and 5 new Individualized Degree Program students. The members of the Class of 2026 will make history in four years when they graduate at the college’s 200th Commencement.

Announcement posted by Sammi Bray ’25 and Andrew J. Concatelli

Trinity College Welcomes 14 New Tenure-Track Faculty Members

Fourteen tenure-track faculty members began new appointments at Trinity College on July 1, 2022. Eight of these new faculty members were hired through the college’s Special Opportunity Hiring (SOH) initiative, which was launched last year to help increase faculty diversity.

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Magazine Names Trinity Faculty and Projects as ‘Game Changers’ in Studying Connecticut History

The nonprofit history magazine Connecticut Explored has included Trinity faculty members and projects among its new list of “Game Changers” advancing the study, interpretation, and dissemination of Connecticut history. The honorees include Charles A. Dana Professor of Fine Arts Pablo Delano and a project led by Professor of Educational Studies Jack Dougherty.

Academics posted by Andrew J. Concatelli

‘From Frozen Precipitation to Sunburns’ in Utah: Environmental Science Trip Embraces Experiential Learning

An experiential learning trip through the parks, canyons, and waterways of Utah this summer gave Trinity students a memorable new perspective on environmental science. Eleven students and three faculty members spent 10 days paddling, hiking, camping in the desert and on riverbanks, and learning about the natural world all around them.