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Monthly Archives: October 2011

Trinity Students Take Back the Night!

October 31, 2011 - As part of our weeklong campaign against violence, Trinity students are holding a march and rally on Wednesday, November 2nd at 8pm. Come one and all for this important event. Click Take Back the Night Poster for more information. Continue reading
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Scholarships and other good programs

October 31, 2011 - IN CASE YOU KNOW OF ANYONE WHO COULD BENEFIT FROM THESE OPPORTUNITIES, PLEASE CIRCULATE   1. Wake Forest university has an opportunity for minority students to attend its MBA program for FREE, and so far, the response has been very poor.  Ple4ase pass along this opportunity to your friends, families.  This is a great school and a tremendous opportunity to attend a top graduate school.  See the details below the contract person is: Derrick S. Boone, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Marketing, Rm. 3139, Worrell Professional Center, Babcock Graduate School of Management – Wake Forest University – Winston Salem N.C.  27109-8738   … Continue reading
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The Undergraduate Training Assistance Program at DIA is accepting applications

October 28, 2011 - The Undergraduate Training Assistance Program (also known as the STOKES Educational Scholarship Program) was introduced in legislation in 1986. The program is designed to facilitate the recruitment of a small number of high-achieving, mature and committed secondary school seniors and /or college freshman and sophomores interested in a career in public service. These students will be offered tuition assistance to accredited colleges or universities, provided challenging summer work, and guaranteed a position in their field of study upon graduation in this highly competitive program. Minorities, women, and the disabled needing financial assistance to complete their undergraduate education are strongly encouraged … Continue reading
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Metro Closures this Weekend

October 26, 2011 - In order to conduct major track work during the weekend of October 28-30, Metro will be replacing trains with free shuttle buses on the Green/Yellow Line between L’Enfant Plaza and Southern Ave stations. Metro will also be single tracking on the Red Line between Dupont Circle and Judiciary Square and on the Orange Line between New Carrollton and Cheverly. GREEN/YELLOW LINE: From 10 p.m. Friday through closing on Sunday, free shuttle buses will replace Green/Yellow Line trains between L’Enfant Plaza and Southern Ave, and four stations – Waterfront-SEU, Navy Yard, Anacostia and Congress Heights – will be closed. A free … Continue reading
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Special Education Specialist Position Available

October 20, 2011 - Internal / External Job Title: Special Education Specialist Department: VSA and Accessibility Job Type: Full-Time, Regular Salary: High $40s Low $50s / Yearly Duties: The Kennedy Center seeks a special education professional to be a catalyst for improving the use of art in education and arts education for special education students and other students with disabilities in the mainstream inclusive classroom. Situated in the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the goal of the Kennedy Center’s Education Department, VSA and Accessibility, is to provide students with disabilities and students in special education with a quality arts education that … Continue reading
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HOLD THE DATE: Strategies for Understanding and Navigating the Recession

October 20, 2011 - “Strategies for Understanding and Navigating the Recession” will be held on Friday, November 11th from 1pm to 4pm (Veteran’s Day) in O’Connor Auditorium and assorted classrooms. This event is being hosted by the Trinity School of Professional Studies to both educate and inform participants about the current economic recessions. Participants will be educated about the causes and effects of the recession and receive valuable strategies and tips about how to recover and prosper in their investments, homeownership, savings, and employment. Panelists and speakers will also talk about the global impact of this crisis and the relationships of global economies on … Continue reading
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REMINDER- Term 2 Classes Start Today

October 12, 2011 - That right, classes for Term 2 start today. If you have a Term 2 Tuesday class, it will meet for the first time next week. Check out the entire academic calendar here at: http://www.trinitydc.edu/academic-affairs/academic-calendar/ Continue reading
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Upcoming SPS Events for you!

October 12, 2011 - School of Professional Studies- Fall 2011 Events (in Chronological Order) MATH Workshop: Operations with Fractions on Friday, October 14th at 6:30pm in Science 114 Students will get a crash course in what numerators and denominators are and what fractions represent. Students will learn how to multiply and divide fractions. APA Documentation Style Writing on October 25th at 6:30pm in Main 100 This workshop will teach students the essential elements of APA Documentation Style writing.  Topics covered will include: format, citation, reference list, and various style issues. Self Service 101/Registration on the Spot on Friday, November 4th at 5:30pm in Main … Continue reading
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Need help with Math? Don’t forget to attend this week’s session on Fractions

October 12, 2011 - MATH Workshop: Operations with Fractions on Friday, October 14th at 6:30pm in Science 114 Students will get a crash course in what numerators and denominators are and what fractions represent. Students will learn how to multiply and divide fractions. MATH Workshop: Determining the Slope of a line on Friday, November 18th at 6:30pm in Science 114 Students will get a presentation of the various ways to think about slope, and how to determine the slope of line when given two points on a line, the graph of a line, and the equation of a line.       Need more … Continue reading
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Your Satisfaction is Important to SPS

October 5, 2011 - SPS Students- In every academic institution, the level of student satisfaction has a direct impact on student retention. If students are excited to be there, finding their courses to be appropriately challenging,  and their professors to be very well qualified and engaging, they tend to persist and graduate from that institution. When students aren’t happy, the number of complaints, drop outs and stop outs go up.  In SPS it is important to me, and Trinity as a whole, that our students feel that they are getting the quality academic experience that they need. We provide a level of service and access in the classroom that … Continue reading
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