Trinity College’s newly enrolled Class of 2023, numbering 618 students, will bring exceptional academic strength and diversity to campus, including the largest-ever cohort of first-generation students. The yield rate for the class—the percentage of accepted students who choose to enroll—was up slightly to 31 percent, the highest in at least a decade.
Trinity College Hobart Professor of Classical Languages Gary Reger has been selected for a Fulbright award to Australia, where he will spend four months studying deserts at the University of Western Australia in Perth.
Teams representing seven countries gathered at Trinity to compete in the college’s 26th International Fire Fighting Home Robot Contest, which advances robot technology and knowledge by using robotics as an educational tool.
Startupbootcamp has announced the launch of its new MedTech Accelerator in Hartford, with Trinity College as one of its founding partners. The MedTech Accelerator has been established to attract new talent and technology to Hartford, and will provide entrepreneurs with the support, resources, and industry and investor connections they need to help grow their business. The program will include a special emphasis on digital health.
On Saturday, May 4, 2019, the American Association of University Women’s Connecticut Chapter will host its sixth annual Tech Savvy Conference at Trinity. The conference is open to sixth- through ninth-grade girls who want to learn about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), as well as their parents and educators.
For his achievements in advancing STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and STEM education, Trinity Professor of Engineering John Mertens will be recognized by the Connecticut Science Center as its 2019 STEM Achievement Award Individual Honoree.
Trinity College alumna Mariam Avagyan ’18 was welcomed back to campus to give a presentation about a robotics and coding camp for children that she hosted last summer in her home country of Armenia using a Davis Projects for Peace grant.