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Davarian Baldwin’s Vast Scholarship on Display in Hartford, Around the World

When Davarian Baldwin, Paul E. Raether Distinguished Professor of American Studies, joined Trinity’s faculty in 2009, he saw the tremendous value of the College’s Hartford location as a source of scholarship and as an ideal setting for a liberal arts education. ​“It’s about getting students out beyond the campus walls,” he said. “Doing work, talking […]

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Pablo Delano’s Hartford Seen Exhibit Puts Capital City on Display

After teaching at Trinity for a decade, Pablo Delano, professor of fine arts, decided to focus seriously on a project he began tentatively much earlier: photographing the built environment of Connecticut’s capital city. The result is an exhibit called Hartford Seen, on display at the Connecticut Historical Society through mid-March. Additionally, the Connecticut Historical Society […]

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Trinity, Community Grow Closer through the Arts

Committed to using the arts as a means to build bridges between communities, Pablo Delano, professor of fine arts, invited internationally-recognized luthier William Cumpiano to teach a stringed instrument-building workshop open to Trinity students and the general public from Hartford and beyond. Nine students participated in the week-long workshop, which took place in Trinity’s Wiggins […]

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Joan Hedrick to appear in PBS documentary

In 1982, a Trinity student wrote a senior research paper chock-full of quotes by Harriet Beecher Stowe, an abolitionist who fought to end slavery through her most famous novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin. The professor who read that paper was Joan Hedrick, Charles A. Dana Professor of History, and the paper would turn out to have […]

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Joan Morrison leads Initiative to improve Hartford Parks

During the fall planting season, the City of Hartford took advantage of a $70,000 challenge grant that they received earlier this year from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Migratory Bird Program’s Urban Conservation Treaty for Migratory Birds. The grant, acquired under the stewardship of Professor of Biology Joan Morrison, is being used to improve […]

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Ralph Morelli receives $902,000 NSF Grant

Computer Science Professor Ralph Morelli has been awarded a $902,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to promote the use of a mobile Computer Science Principles curriculum (Mobile CSP) in Connecticut public schools. Beginning in Hartford, high school teachers will be trained to teach computer science courses in schools that don’t currently offer them. The […]

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