Along the Walk

concert
Professor Gerald Moshell, fifth from right, takes the stage in the Austin Arts Center’s Goodwin Theater during a farewell concert held in September 2017 that marked the start of his 41st and final academic year at the college. Moshell welcomed scores of former students at the event, which featured alumni soloists including keyboardist Christopher Houlihan ’09, John Rose Organist-and-Directorship Distinguished Chair of Chapel Music; soprano Liesl Odenweller ’88; mezzo-soprano Meg Kiley Smith ’09; tenor Patrick Greene ’07; and baritone Michael Ersevim ’91. For more photos from the concert, please visit our Flickr gallery. For more on Moshell and other faculty members who are retiring this year, please see Seven faculty members retiring.

Letters

Sweet 17

Standing with students, leading with love

Recent Publications

NIH grant for virus research

Around Hartford

Study on health equity

New site coming soon

Bantams’ team doc retires

Great start to J-Start

Seven faculty members retiring

Fulbright for Bauer

Alumna shares INK

Trinity Treasure

$800K Mellon grant

NSF funding for Williams

Trinity earns reaccreditation

Bantams in Balance

Features

coverHelping Connecticut homeowners
Trinity scientists and students address crumbling concrete foundations

Changing lives
With Eight Million Stories, Marvin Pierre ’06 guides previously incarcerated youth

After the storms
Campus community lends support to Puerto Rico

Focus on indigenous studies
What the arrival of Hilary Wyss means for Trinity

Concussions
Tackling head injuries from several angles

The critical role of financial aid
Affordability, access, and the enduring strength of the college

Endnote

College Town, Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

Trinity College President Joanne Berger-Sweeney

Joanne Berger-Sweeney
Photo by Al Ferreira

Recent headlines about Hartford have shared some great news:

“Indian Tech Firm to Hire 1,000 at Planned $21M Hartford Hub”
“Stanley Black & Decker Bringing New Facility to Hartford”
“Hartford Ranks Sixth in Percentage of Millennials with College Degrees”

As they say throughout our city, Hartford Has It! Trinity College has always been in Hartford, of course—its first campus was on land where the state Capitol now stands. Today we aim to be even more meaningfully of Hartford, to connect the classroom and the community more deeply and productively, providing a truly distinctive liberal arts education in one of the most socioeconomically, culturally, and ethnically diverse cities in the country and serving as an engine of innovation and creativity in the region. Continue reading “Endnote”