Faculty posted by Andrew J. Concatelli

Q&A: Documentary by Visiting Assistant Professor of Film Studies Jeff Bemiss Airing on PBS

‘Missing in Brooks County,’ a documentary co-directed by Visiting Assistant Professor of Film Studies Jeff Bemiss, premieres on PBS’s Independent Lens on January 31. As part of Trinity’s Film Studies Program since 2013, Bemiss teaches film production, screenwriting, and editing. In this Q&A, Bemiss discusses his filmmaking experiences and how he uses them to teach Trinity students.

Hartford posted by Marshall Montner ’23

Trinity Community Reflects on the Creative Process after CT Forum’s ‘Creative Minds’ Discussion

Members of the Trinity College community recently attended The Connecticut Forum’s “Creative Minds” program, featuring a panel discussion with actor Nick Offerman, musician Jeff Tweedy, and poet Tracy K. Smith. Trinity is an education partner of The Connecticut Forum, which is presented on stage at the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Hartford.

Faculty posted by Marshall Montner ’23

Q&A: New Neuroscience Faculty Member Helping Students Discover Their Own ‘Light Bulb Moments’

Assistant Professor of Neuroscience Sally Bernardina Seraphin, who joined the Trinity faculty in 2020 and was appointed to a tenure-track position in 2021, wants to inspire her students. “I’m really excited to be part of undergraduate students’ ‘light bulb moments,’” she said. “There’s nothing like seeing an individual finally have all of their studies culminate in a revelation about the universe.”

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Trinity Names Deans’ Scholars for the Class of 2024

Thirty students in the Class of 2024 have earned the designation of Deans’ Scholars, recognizing outstanding academic achievement in their first year at Trinity. Students remain Deans’ Scholars through the end of their sophomore year.

Faculty posted by Kate Whitman ’23

New Faculty Member Chandranil Chakraborttii: ‘Computer Science Has a Spot in Every Major’

Assistant Professor of Computer Science Chandranil Chakraborttii, who joined the Trinity College faculty in fall 2021, says computer science can be applied to many different fields. “It allows students to think logically, which will help them in their areas of expertise,” he said. Chakraborttii is using his research and industry connections to teach students about artificial intelligence and storage systems.