Physics Above and Beyond
Biedron ’94 Returns to Campus to Discuss Creation and Collaboration
As humans, it is our nature to try to separate out Creation. But according to Sandra Biedron ’94, research professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of New Mexico, “There is only one model of the universe.”
Mark Your Calendars for OPUS 2022
OPUS, Trinity’s annual festival of student scholarship, is taking place on Wednesday, April 20. The word “opus” is Latin for work. Whether it’s the arts and humanities, natural and applied sciences, or social sciences, students from all disciplines can present their work or attend this annual celebratory conference.
98 Percent of the Class of 2021 Are Employed or in Grad School
According to data from Trinity’s Cooper Center for Vocation and Career Development, 97.7 percent of the graduates in the Class of 2021 are employed or in graduate school. That far surpasses the nationwide average of 82.4 percent.
Congratulations to Fall 2021 Dean’s List Students
The Dean’s List is Trinity Christian College’s highest academic honor. Congratulations to all our undergraduate students who met this distinction for the Fall 2021 semester.
Cooperativity Club Presents Discussion on Physics
Trinity’s Cooperativity Club Presents its first discussion of the semester: “Seeking Reconciliation Between Personal Freedom and the Laws of Physics.” Assistant Professor of Physics Heng-Yu Chen, Ph.D., will speak.
U.S. News Names Trinity a Top 20 School
The life-changing value of a Trinity education has once again been recognized by U.S. New and World Report, which named Trinity to several of its “best” lists for 2022, including among the Top 20 Regional Colleges Midwest and #15 for social mobility.
Trinity Ranked Among Top 25 of Best Colleges
Continuing a years-long tradition of excellence and recognition, Trinity Christian College has been named among the “Best Midwestern Regional Colleges” by U.S. News & World Report for 2021. Trinity was also named a “Best Value” college and a “Top Performer on Social Mobility.”
Roose and Vander Weele Receive Emeritus Status
As part of Trinity’s commencement ceremonies on May 4, Provost Aaron Kuecker Ph.D., honored the emeritations of two faculty members: Thomas R. Roose, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics and Science Education; and Michael Vander Weele, Ph.D., Professor of English.
Trinity’s CESAG Co-Hosts Documentary Viewing
Trinity’s CESAG and the Climate Witness Project hosts a special viewing of National Geographic’s “Before the Flood.”
Campus Ecological Stewardship Advisory Group (CESAG)
The Campus Ecological Stewardship Advisory Group (CESAG), formed in 2007, is composed of students, faculty, and staff, seeking to improve Trinity’s campus ecological stewardship.