Latest News in Faculty and Student Scholarship
Thompson’s Work Appears in Munich Art Exhibit
Wednesday, 13 January 2016
Despite all our human intelligence, we have a desire for a higher entity. Associate Professor of Art and Design and Department Chair Ryan Thompson is expressing that desire through his piece “Hot Rocks,” which is part a German art gallery exhibit that opens on Jan. 14.
Brodnax discusses first African-American presidential candidate on NPR
Wednesday, 06 January 2016
When George Edwin Taylor ran for president in 1904, fewer than 2,000 people voted for him. But as the first African American to run for the nation’s highest office, his bid was an historic one--even if it is little remembered. Professor of History Dr. David Brodnax, Sr., recently helped bring Taylor’s story to a wider audience during a discussion with NPR’s Linton Weeks.
Professor of the Year Sees Order through the Lens of Faith
Wednesday, 10 June 2015
At the Commencement ceremony on May 16, Dr. David Klanderman, professor of mathematics, was awarded the title of Professor of the Year.
Professor “Takes On” a World of “Unnecessary” Quotation Marks
Thursday, 21 May 2015
Part of faculty scholarship involves sharing knowledge off campus, as professors write for various publications, present at conferences, and guest lecture.
Business Professors and Students Recognized by Future Founders CEO
Friday, 15 May 2015
More than 40 students, faculty, and staff attended the 1st Annual Entrepreneurship at Trinity Dinner on May 7 to celebrate the strides business students have made over the semester in discovering their inner entrepreneur and the ways in which they can serve the greater Trinity community.
OPUS Event Highlights Exceptional Student Scholarship - Photogallery
Tuesday, 21 April 2015
For more than a decade, Trinity has celebrated student scholarship with OPUS, an annual festival in which students present their best work from the past academic year. All students are encouraged to submit research papers, presentations, writing, art, and musical performances.
Adjunct Instructor Named Blue Island Man of the Year for 2015
Tuesday, 31 March 2015
Adjunct instructor Justin Antos was named Blue Island Man of the Year for 2015 by the Blue Island Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Craig Mattson Brings his ARCU Lecture Home
Wednesday, 25 March 2015
Dr. Craig Mattson, professor of communication arts, brought his lecture “The Rhetoric of TOMS” home to Trinity as a part of his Association of Reformed Colleges and University (ARCU) lecture tour.
Faculty Share Results of Summer Research: Photogallery
Friday, 06 February 2015
Faculty members at Trinity excel in their disciplines because they remain constant students of those disciplines. Sabbaticals, collaborative projects with students, and summer research are a few of the ways professors engage in scholarship that deepens their knowledge and enhances their teaching.
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