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.
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
Current Trinity Washington University’s President Patricia McGuire ’74 interviews former Trinity President, Sr. Margaret Claydon ’45, and discuss the great changes that have taken place over the years at Trinity.
The last beam of the Trinity Academic Center is officially put in place on 4/29/2015. The new Trinity Washington University Academic Center opens FALL of 2016.