Academics posted by Andrew J. Concatelli

Trinity Student Publishes High School Lesson Plan about Zoning Policy

A lesson plan designed by urban studies major Victoria Asfalg ’23 will help Connecticut educators teach high school students about the history and impacts of zoning policy. The plan was published by Teach It, a Connecticut Humanities program that provides the state’s teachers with instructional resources focusing on local history.

Academics posted

Trinity and Partners Clear Path for Refugees

Trinity College partnered with seven peer institutions to create a pathway to U.S. higher education for students displaced by war and crises. The Global Student Haven Initiative was launched in response to the war in Ukraine and the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.

Academics posted by Kristen Cole

‘Nutrition: Food and Fads’ is a Staple Among J-Term Courses

With a few exceptions, Alison J. Draper has been teaching her course "Nutrition: Food and Fads" during January Term at Trinity College for nearly a decade. The course is more dependable than the fads, which have gone from South Beach and Atkins diets to superfoods during that time. What's the recipe for nutrition success? Read on.

Hartford posted by Kristen Cole

New Fuel Cell is Another Step Toward Carbon Neutrality

Trinity College continues to build its stable of clean power sources, adding a second fuel cell with a small physical footprint to a rich portfolio of sources that also includes solar energy.

Trinity Community posted by Kate Whitman ’23

New Coloring Book Features Trinity Student Artwork and Archival Treasures

This year’s “Color Our Collections” coloring book is giving the Trinity community a way to explore the library’s archival treasures through interactive art. #ColorOurCollections is a national movement to connect people with library collections through coloring.  

Outcomes posted by Kristen Cole

Trinity President Says Partnerships With Other Colleges Benefit All

President Joanne Berger-Sweeney joined four other Connecticut college and university presidents Friday in Boston to discuss the benefits of partnerships. The event was part of the annual meeting of the New England Commission of Higher Education.