Congratulations Class of 2013!
Summer Adjunct Orientation
4:00pm @ O'Connor Auditorium
SPS Graduate Student Orientation
6:00pm @ Rose Parlor
EDU Student Orientation
5:00pm @ Social Hall
SPS Undergraduate Student Orientation
Trinity Offices are Closed
SPS and EDU Classes Meet
Trinity is Closed for Memorial Day Weekend (No Class Meetings)
through Monday, May 27
CAS, NHP and THEARC SEM Classes Begin
SPS/EDU Term 1 and SEM Classes Begin
Conway Nursing Scholarships
Gray skies did not dampen the spirits of the Blue Class of 2013 as more than 300 graduates and more than 2,500 guests celebrated Trinity's 110th Commencement.
Maria Gomez: Commencement Spkr
Joanne and William Conway establish nursing scholarship program at Trinity for high-achieving, low-income students who intend to enter the nursing profession. More...
Maria Gomez, Founder and CEO of Mary's Center, to Speak at Trinity's Commencement. Mary's center provides maternal and child care to more than 70,000 participants in DC.
Latest Blog Posts
President's Blog: Congratulations, Class of 2013!
Commencement Day is here! Congrats, Class of 2013!
Faculty News: Dean Brooks's interview published in Recruiting & Retaining Adult Learners
Dean Brooks's interview about how surveying adult students and their environments helps programs meet students' needs was published in the April 2013 issue.
Your feedback on the courses you took during the spring makes a real difference!
Would you encourage anyone to become a teacher?
Some think it's better to give up than get certified.
Library: Summer Movies
Nothing says “summer” like watching a classic movie. Lucky for you, Trinity makes kicking back easy. Check out our collection of DVDs and videos -- or head to one of many DC-area outdoor film screenings this summer!
Meet Nargis Jordan '11
Biology major Nargis Jordan has always wanted to be a doctor. As young as 5 years old, she remembers becoming a doctor being the only thing she has ever wanted to do. When meeting and talking to Jordan, it is immediately clear that this demure young woman has a very caring personality and a natural "bed-side manner," well-fitting characteristics for a physician.
Jordan's desire for a career in medicine matured over time. Her exploration alerted her to the areas of health care that she describes as "gray," those areas where understanding should be increased so that health care outcomes can be improved. As a result of this broadened understanding, Jordan's career goal is the integration of both research and clinical care, and her academic pursuits clearly attest to this. Read more...
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