Trinity College has partnered with Stanford University to launch a new book talk series, Academic Innovation for the Public Good, which will foster discussion about how to make higher education’s future more equitable and accessible. You may access the books featured in the series through our new virtual collection. The books are also on display in the library (Atrium Shelves - Level A).
As we approach the anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, we invite you to explore the library’s Tulsa mini collection. The collection includes books, scholarly articles, news sources, court cases and reports, oral histories, podcasts, films, images, interactive maps, links to Tulsa centered museums and archives, and other primary source materials that capture Greenwood before, during, and after the massacre and situate the attack in a broader sociohistorical context.
Faculty members and students conducting research in economics, mathematics, and political science and public policy and law are among those with projects involving different aspects of the COVID pandemic.
The Trinity organization H2OPE, founded by Ace McAlister ’20, completed its first well in June 2021 and looks forward to continuing to expand clean water access in rural Ethiopia and, eventually, throughout Africa.
From Student to Staff Member
Meet several young alumni who have returned to Trinity as staff members and learn a bit more about them and their ties to the college.
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