Dr. Christopher D.H. Row, ‘91, is the Curator of the Trinity College Chapel. He advises the College on the Chapel’s ongoing conservation, and guides the completion of the Chapel’s unfinished decorative scheme in accordance with the designs and intentions of its architects. Dr. Row is a 1991 Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Trinity College, with a double-major in Music and Art History (with Honors in Art History). He also served as Organ Scholar of the College. In 1999, Dr. Row earned his Ph.D. in art and architectural history from Harvard University in mediaeval and Gothic Revival art and architecture, with a dissertation on Philip Hubert Frohman, architect of the Trinity College Chapel and the Washington National Cathedral. He also holds a Master of Divinity degree from Harvard Divinity School, which was earned in 2002. Dr. Row was a teacher, coach, and chaplain at Groton School in Massachusetts, and he currently coaches squash and rowing, and teaches in the History Department, at The Episcopal Academy in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.