Commencement and Reunion Photos
Summer Professional Development
(No Class Meetings)
CAS, SPS and NHP SEM Classes End
Tribute to Sr. Margaret Claydon
This summer Trinity is offering short-term, intensive, graduate-level courses for teachers, counselors, and administrators. There is still time to register! Save $50! More...
During the Reunion Liturgy President McGuire gave a special tribute to Sr. Margaret Claydon and the Sisters of Notre Dame. Visit Sr. Margaret Claydon's tribute page.
Latest Blog Posts
President's Blog: 50 Years Later: Confronting the Moral Crisis of Discrimination
50 years after President Kennedy addressed the moral problem of race discrimination, this society still must confront racism and prejudice.
Faculty News: McNair-Lee profiled in Education Week
Dowan McNair-Lee, Adjunct Professor of Education and Trinity alumna (M.Ed. '07), was recently profiled in a series of articles in Education Week.
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In It to Win It
What risks can teachers invest in to see rewards in their classrooms?
Library: Alumni Weekend in the Library
The library received a generous donation from one of our alumnae on the occasion of her 50th class reunion!
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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