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Title IX: A history of advancing equity
Women at the Summit: 50 Years of Coeducation at Trinity College
Graduating seniors honor the professors
who’ve guided them
A Q&A with Sonia Cardenas
Vice president for strategic initiatives
Interdisciplinary Science Program
First-year students explore connections,
dive into research, learn ‘how science is done’
That next step
Career Development Center takes
‘holistic and personalized’ approach
Merit-based program enriches talent
and engagement at Trinity
Science as a liberal art
As a scientist by training and the president of one of the country’s top liberal arts colleges, I am equal parts bemused and frustrated that I so often hear people declare that the liberal arts are dead and STEM (that is, study focused on science, technology, engineering, and math) is the future.
STEM and the liberal arts are not mutually exclusive. In fact, at Trinity, STEM is very much at the core of the liberal arts education we provide. And that education is both grounded in history and never more relevant for our world.
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