News Stories

WorldView Speakers McDonald, Echeverria Discuss Reformation’s Impact

As part of Trinity’s WorldView series, the College was pleased to recently host two speakers who discussed the impact of the Reformation on both Reformed Protestantism and Roman Catholic viewpoints: Dr. Suzanne McDonald and Dr. Eduardo J. Echeverria ’73

The Passing of Mrs. Helen DeVos

On behalf of the Trinity Christian College community, I express condolences to Richard DeVos and the family of Helen DeVos who passed away last evening in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Trinity Hosts Inaugural Chicago Innovation Tournament

Providing business solutions to social problems—that was the goal of the first Chicago Innovation Tournament, which Trinity hosted on Oct. 7. And the goal was met and surpassed, according to Prof. John Wightkin, assistant professor of business and chair of Trinity’s business department.

Faculty News and Notes – Summer 2017

 

Trinity Christian College celebrates the gifts of our faculty. 
 

Trinity Unveils Updated Center for Curriculum and Special Education

Thanks to the generosity of visionary friends of the College and the hard work of Trinity faculty and staff, the Ed Vander Weele Curriculum Center and the Alexander De Jong Center for Special Education now share an expanded footprint on the second floor of Jennie Huizenga Memorial Library.

WorldView Speaker Josh Larsen ’96

“Movies as Prayers of Anger and Reconciliation” was the topic of the second WorldView lecture of the 2017-18 year, where Josh Larsen ’96 highlighted scenes from Spike Lee’s Oscar-nominated 1989 film “Do the Right Thing.”

Trinity Again Ranked Among Best Colleges by U.S. News

 

Trinity Christian College has been ranked 20th among Regional Colleges—Midwest by U.S. News & World Report in “Best Colleges” for 2018, continuing a years-long streak of recognition by the prestigious rankings organization.

WorldView Dr. John Inazu Discusses “Confident Pluralism”

Trinity was pleased to welcome Dr. John Inazu, Ph.D., to campus in honor of Constitution Day. Inazu spoke on the topic of his most recent book, “Confident Pluralism: Surviving and Thriving Through Deep Difference”. 

Master’s Program Ranked in Top 32 Applied Behavior Analyst Education Programs

Trinity is proud to announce that our Behavior Intervention Specialist Master’s program has been ranked as one of the 32 Top Masters in Education Programs with an Applied Behavior Analysis Emphasis (ABA) by AppliedBehaviorAnalysisEdu.org! Trinity is one of only two programs selected from the state of Illinois. 

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