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.
Corinne Cannon ’99, ’03, Founder and Executive Director of the DC Diaper Bank delivered the 2016 Sower’s Seed Lecture on October 20, at Trinity Washington University. She was introduced by Trinity scholar-athlete Brenda Alonso.
On June 4, 2016, Trinity Washington University dedicated the Payden Academic Center, home to the sciences, nursing, and many other academic programs. Thank you to all of our generous benefactors.
Trinity Washington University Commencement Keynote by Dr. Jane Dammen McAuliffe ’66, Director of National and International Outreach at Library of Congress; May 21, 2016 at the Trinity Center. Washington DC.
D.C. Congressional Delegate, Eleanor Holmes-Norton Hosted her Women of Excellence symposium at Trinity Washington University with a panel that included Gina F. Adams, Senior Vice President for Government Affairs at the FedEx Corporation, Nakeisha Neal Jones, Executive Director of Public Allies DC, and Laila Linares, Surge Fleet Life Cycle Manager at the Department of Navy’s Military Sealift Command. The Symposium took place on March 14, 2016 at 11:00 am in Social Hall at Trinity Washington University
The TIAA Institute honored Trinity President Patricia McGuire on March 14, 2016, presenting her with the 2016 TIAA Institute Hesburgh Award for Leadership Excellence, which recognizes outstanding leadership in higher education. The award is named in honor of the great educator and humanitarian, the late Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh. The award was presented at ACE2016, the American Council on Education’s 98th Annual Meeting, in San Francisco.
The Trinity Academic Center’s Construction is drawing to a close. In our third time lapse, we revisit the entire construction process in less than one minute!
Trinity graduate Pinkie Dent Mayfield ’96, vice president of corporate affairs and special assistant to the chairman at Graham Holdings Company (formerly The Washington Post Company), was the keynote speaker at Trinity Washington University’s Winter Graduation on Friday, January 8, 2016. She was awarded an honorary doctor of laws for her achievements in corporate life and philanthropy in Washington and for her devotion to her alma mater. She shared her journey to success, reflecting on her challenges and motivations and offering her guidance to Trinity’s newest graduates.