Trinity alumni, family, and friends stepped up to support students, faculty, and the college as a whole during an especially difficult year. Generous gifts contributed to the Student Emergency and Equity Fund, enabled Trinity to meet financial aid needs of students, and made the college’s first Giving Week a success.
Though their in-person 50th Reunion was postponed, the Class of 1970 is being honored through a digital exhibit created for the Watkinson Library Virtual Museum. The collection showcases the experiences that members of the class went through while at Trinity during a time of change and unrest.
Dream Camp at Trinity College continued this summer with remote learning and programs to support the most critical needs of participating families. To combat the food insecurity experienced by many campers, Dream Camp teamed up with a cooking show host to introduce the Dream Camp Relief Meals Initiative.
Trinity’s alumni network plays a critical role in supporting new graduates in a difficult job market brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. The college’s Center for Student Success and Career Development is leveraging the power of the Trinity community through the Bantam Career Network and the new 2020 Connect program.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Trinity College students from around the world have taken on remote summer internships in a variety of disciplines to further their academic interests and explore their possible career goals.
Pioneering the study of brain injuries experienced by survivors of domestic violence, faculty and students in the ReMIND Lab at Trinity College are bringing attention to the effects of domestic abuse that are invisible to the eye.
Trinity College Assistant Professor of Chemistry Lindsey Hanson and five of her students challenged the barriers created by the COVID-19 pandemic this summer by conducting research together while in five different countries across three continents.