Register for the Trinity & Children’s Hospital Blood DriveJoin your student-athletes and donate blood to children in need. Look for a table in the cafeteria today to register! If you can’t make it to the cafeteria today, just click on the “REGISTER HERE” link below. Donate blood for all the little reasons! Location: Trinity Washington University, Date: April 15, 2015, Time: 10:00am to 3:00pm. To schedule an appointment: REGISTER HERE Or call (202) 476- 5437. More...
For more information about the Bloodmobile, visit here. Children’s National Medical Center, locally referred to as Children’s Hospital, is the only exclusive provider of pediatric care in the Washington, Metropolitan area. Many children in the hospital require fresh blood or special rare types of red blood cells. Red blood cells, platelets, and plasma are in constant demand for victims of accidents, cancer treatments, blood diseases, and many types of surgery. Please take a few minutes from your busy schedule and donate lifesaving blood for the patients at Children’s National. Less...
Pre-Law Program Interest MeetingFirst and second year students are invited to attend a Pre-Law Program interest meeting on Thursday, April 9th. We will meet in Music 101 at 3:00PM.
Tennis Match Today!Come Out And Support Your Tigers Today!! Trinity Tennis Vs Lancaster Bible College. Date: Today! March 30th at 3:30pm in the Trinity Tennis Courts
Student Engagement Source, Week of March 30thMonday, March 30th CAS New Student Orientation Peer Advisor Call Out, 12:00pm – 1:00pm, Rose Parlor Tuesday, March 31st CAS New Student Orientation Peer Advisor Call Out, 5:00pm – 6:00pm, Main Hall 215 Business and Economics club meeting, 3:00pm – 4:00pm, Social Hall More...
Ladies F.I.R.S.T. general meeting, 4:15pm – 5:15pm, Science Room 307 Green Class and Entrepreneurship and Marketing club Internship search session, 6:30pm, Cuvilly Hall Wednesday, April 1st Eating Disorders Awareness & Screenings, 11:00am – 1:00pm, Alumnae Dining Hall. For more information, please contact Anne Cosimano at Cosimanoa@trinitydc.edu CAS New Student Orientation Peer Advisor Call Out, 12:00pm – 1:00pm, Rose Parlor Gold Class of 2015 class meeting, 2:00pm and 4:00pm, Rose Parlor Life after Trinity: How to be a good Alumnae, 3:00pm, Rose Parlor Food Wrap-up Program. Meet at the Trinity Shuttle at 2:00 pm and return around 7:00 p.m. For more information and to sign up, please write Dr. Lynn Myrick, Campus Ministry, MyrickL@trinity.edu. If you sign up, you must be committed to going! Martha’ Table has limited slots and each volunteer is crucial to the organization’s success!! Thursday, April 2nd Creative Minds: A Look at Self-taught Women Artists facilitated by Art Enables, 12:00pm, Rose Parlor Women Student Action Coalition Meeting, 4:00pm, Social Hall Announcements REGISTER TODAY for May, Summer, and Fall 2015 Lemonade Day, Do you want to make a difference? Consider volunteering for Lemonade Day-DC (LDDC) 2015, Saturday April 11th, 2015. As a volunteer you will visit various lemonade day stands throughout the city to show to support and distribute ‘swag kits’. LDDC is a free experiential learning program that targets DC's 4th - 7th graders and teaches them about entrepreneurship and financial literacy. DC Lemonade Day empowers students to own and operate their own business, a lemonade stand! For the past few years, GWU has been working with the city to create a unique experience. You are encouraged you to watch this video and learn about all the unique aspects of the program GW School of Business Participates in Lemonade Day DC. If you are interested in volunteering, please click here. Student Club Information, Are you a leader of a returning student club or do you have an idea to start a new club on campus? Well now is your chance to apply for certification for the 2015-2016 academic year. In order for a prospective organization to receive official recognition from Trinity Washington University for the 2015-2016 academic year a Student Organization Certification Packet must be completed and submitted to the Assistant Dean for Student Engagement (Main 218) NO LATER THAN Friday, April 17th, 2015 by 4pm. Participation in on campus clubs and organizations provides students with opportunities to build connections, develop leadership skills, supplement classroom learning, explore new interests and meet new people. Clubs and organizations are open to all students, whether you live on or off campus; and to students in all schools CAS, BGC, EDU, NHP and SPS! Reunion Weekend, Friday, May 29th – Sunday, May 31st. Interested in having fun, meeting alumnae and making some money? Then consider becoming a 2015 Reunion Weekend Student Worker. Pick up an application from Main 369. Fill out the application and then return it to Main 369 no later than March 27th. Join us on March 23, 24, 25 and 26th in Alumnae Hall from 12Noon-1:00pm for Informational Meetings about Reunion Weekend. Become a Reading Partner, Can you share just one hour each week with an elementary student who is struggling to read? By becoming a reading partner and volunteering as little as one hour a week, you can help a child learn to read.Reading Partners provides an easy-to-use curriculum and on-site staff support to enable volunteers to be effective tutors. You bring your commitment and Reading Partners helps you with everything else! Please contact Campus Ministry, Lynn Myrick, 202-884-9653, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information Interested in Urban Gardening? Capital Area Food Bank (CAFB) is looking for lead gardeners to volunteer for six months. The CAFB’s Urban Demonstration Garden is a half-acre urban fruit and vegetable garden located in Northeast DC. The food bank uses the space to promote nutrition education while expanding the capacity of partner agencies to provide their clients with healthy produce. The garden demonstrates how to grow food in a variety of urban settings – from backyards to balconies – and how to stretch food budgets using low-cost vegetable gardening techniques. For more information, contact Campus Ministry, Dr. Lynn Myrick, 202-884-9653, MyrickL@trinitydc.edu, for more information. Student Leader Spotlight – Student leaders work hard to improve and strengthen our community. We know student leaders go above and beyond to balance the demands collegiate life and to lead their student organizations. Each week we will feature one student leader in the Student Engagement source. SHANTEL RYALS Organizations/Campus Involvements: Red Class President, Student Ambassador, Library Student Worker and Peer Advising. Year: Junior Major: Human Relations. Minor: Business Administration What have you learned by being a student leader? I discovered my own strength to stand for something and not be afraid to speak up for myself and my peers. I also learned that even on my roughest days, I can always find a reason to smile and think of other ways to make a difference, starting with the Trinity Community. What advice do you have for other student leaders? Always strive for greatness and never let anyone or anything deter you from your goals. Inspirational Quote: “Failure will never overtake me if my determination to succeed is strong enough”. Og Mandino Upcoming Events save the date! Thursday, April 9th, Alternative Spring Break presentation, 4:30pm – 6:30pm Saturday, April 11th, Spring Ball Beaux Arts, 8:00pm Wednesday, April 15th, Blood Drive to benefit Children’s hospital, 10:00am – 3:00pm Register here. Less...
APPLY Lambda Pi Eta Communication National Honor
APPLICATIONS Due April 1, 2015Communication National Honor Society Lambda Pi Eta (LPH) is the honor society of the National Communication Association for four-year institutions of higher education. Lambda Pi Eta represents the first letters of what Aristotle described in The Rhetoric as the three modes of persuasion: Logos, Pathos and Ethos. The official colors of Lambda Pi Eta are crimson to represent the communication discipline and silver in recognition of speech and oratory skills. The purpose of the honor society is to promote outstanding academic achievement in the communication discipline. More...
The Trinity Chapter of LambdaPiEta, the Communication National Honor Society, invites nominations for membership. To be eligible for admission: Undergraduate Students must meet the following criteria: 1. Have completed at least 60 semester hours 2. Have completed at least 12 semester hours of communication study 3. Have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 4. Have a communication studies GPA of at least 3.25 5. Are currently enrolled as a student in good standing 6. Display a commitment to the field of communication Master's Students must meet the following criteria: 1. Complete 12 hours of graduate credit-hours in communication 2. Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 for all courses taken 3. Currently be enrolled as a student in good standing 4. Display a commitment to the field of communication Lifetime Membership requires a $50 fee due upon acceptance and not later than April 6 Applications MUST be received by April 1, 2015 ONLINE. Less...
Tech Services – complete our survey & win a prizeDear Trinity Community, Technology Services is committed to providing you a superior experience that supports the teaching, learning, research and business needs for the university. To help evaluate how effective we were in 2014 and determine future needs, please take a moment to complete our Annual Satisfaction Survey (http://goo.gl/forms/gDGW9pD6X2). If you have already completed our survey – we thank you! We will review your responses after the survey closes on April 8th, 2015. If you haven’t completed it, there’s still time! By completing our survey, you will be eligible to enter a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card. There will be two lucky winners!
Registration for May, Summer, and Fall 2015 classes opens on MondayTrinity’s registration for May, Summer, and Fall 2015 classes opens on Monday, March 16! Start planning now for all the great opportunities this registration period brings. There are so many benefits to registering early, such as having your pick of great classes, choosing times that work for you, and selecting professors that know and nurture you best. More...
The courses available for May, Summer and Fall 2015 can be viewed online in Self-Service now; you can also find copies of the printed course schedule at offices across campus. With your academic plan online, you can choose your schedule with confidence, checking to see which courses remain in your major and taking them in the sequence that will ensure your success. You advisor is also looking forward to meeting with you and assisting you with planning for the upcoming semesters. Whether you are a continuing student, a returning student, a senior planning a final semester, or a graduate student working toward a professional degree, know that we’re thrilled you’re at Trinity, and we look forward to your success in May Term, Summer and Fall semesters! Less...
CAS Public Speaking ContestThe Communication Program will sponsor a public speaking contest on April 8 at 5:00 p.m. in the Rose Parlor. The contest is open to all CAS students. The theme of this year's contest is "Articulating Alternative Futures." More...
At a time of dramatic local, national and international changes the Communication Faculty want to encourage students to see old problems in new ways and articulate new visions for the future. The Communication Faculty encourages CAS students to present speeches that inform listeners about the world around them as well as persuade them to build a better future. Public Speaking Contest: Dates & Guidelines:
Parents Support GroupNew This Semester: Guest Speakers!! Trying to balance parenting, School, daycare, work, relationships, etc.? Want to meet other parents like you? Come to the Parents Support Group on Mondays 12-12:45 PM in the Health & Wellness Center 4th Floor Main. If any questions please Call Anne at 202-884-9612.
Lecture series and discussion about writing and imaginationTrinity students, You are warmly invited and encouraged to attend a wonderful, free lecture series about finding the space, freedom, peace of mind, and time to write. In this series, speakers and audience members will ask questions about why it is important to find that special place for reading and writing––even if that space is no further away than our own imaginations. All events will begin at 4:30 pm and end at 5:45 pm in the Rose Parlor. Room of One’s Own: A Lecture Series at Trinity Washington University Spring 2015... More...
How will I find a quiet place to study? How will I juggle work and family obligations, and still find the time to write? The spring 2015 “Room of One’s Own” lecture series takes its cue from Virginia Woolf’s essay by the same title, which was first given at Cambridge University in 1929. Like Woolf, invited faculty speakers will tell their own stories, share insights about the writing process, and reflect on questions about intellectual freedom for women. Wednesday, March 25th, 4:30-5:45 p.m., Rose Parlor
Free Office 365 for you!FREE Microsoft Office 365 special offer for Trinity students, faculty and staff. The industry standard in productivity software is now yours free through Trinity Washington University. Have you signed up yet? It's easy to do! Just visit http://www.trinitydc.edu/get365 and sign up right now to download Office 365 at no charge! Through our campus agreement with Microsoft, we are pleased to extend this benefit (a $79.99 value) to all current students, faculty and staff. As a member of Trinity, you have access to full versions of the latest Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher and Access on up to 5 PCs or Macs, and Office apps on other mobile devices including tablets such as iPads. But wait, there’s more! 1TB of online storage!
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