STEM: Science and Math

Women Excel in Science and Math at Trinity

At Trinity, students are taught by top-notch faculty, engaged in hands-on research at the undergraduate level and learn in new, state-of-the-art labs in the Payden Academic Center.

Trinity STEM scholars present their research at national conferences, are selected for highly competitive and prestigious research internships at the National Institutes of Health, Children’s National Medical Center, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Exceptional Research Opportunity Program and major research universities.

Trinity’s ExCEL program (Experience x Confidence Equals Leadership), supported by a $1 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, to increase the retention and success of students pursuing science majors, with a focus on women of color, women from low income areas and first generation students.

Programs Include

Programs in science and math are offered through the College of Arts and Sciences, Trinity’s women’s college, which empowers women and builds leadership skills.

Biochemistry, B.S.

Biology, B.S.

Chemistry, B.S.

Forensic Science, B.S.

Mathematics, B.S.

Track Record of Success

In addition to alumnae enjoying successful careers in STEM, more recent Trinity graduates are continuing their studies at Cornell, Georgetown, Virginia Tech, Ohio State, Baylor, New York University and many other highly regarded schools.