Charlene has been able to find numerous internship experiences throughout her Trinity career. These experiences have prepared her to take on her next challenge: graduate school and her science career!
Sadhana has a front row seat to history. That’s because, as an editorial intern for The American Prospect, the newsroom for one of America’s most respected publications is her classroom. Learn more about how internships go hand-in-hand with your Trinity experience.
Trinity Washington University students, staff and faculty gathered on November 9, 2016, to discuss the outcome of the historic election which saw the loss of Hillary Clinton — the first woman ever nominated to run for president from a major party — to her Republican rival, Donald Trump.
The Chronicle of Higher Education visited Trinity on Wednesday, November 9, to capture reactions to the stunning results of the election from Trinity students and staff, who were gathered in Main Hall expressing their feelings during planned events.
It’s more important than ever for women to seek out careers in science, technology, engineering and math fields. With it’s Clare Boothe Luce scholarship for women in STEM, Trinity is leading the way!
Saturday, September 26, 2015. On Cap and Gown Weekend, members of the senior class who had earned 92 credits or more wore their caps and gowns for the first time and were officially recognized by Trinity as seniors. This important campus tradition dates back to when the very first class to graduate from Trinity, the Red Class of 1904, gathered in fall 1903.
Trinity Commencement Address by Patty Q. Stonesifer, President and CEO, Martha’s Table; Founding CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, May 16th, 2015: GRIT Will Keep You Moving – AUDACITY Gets You SOARING