Trinity students visit NYC as part of the politics of real estate course

Students visited NYC on Friday April 26 as part of the Urban Studies course The Politics of Real Estate with a community learning component. Taught by Kelter Post-Doctoral Fellow Emily Yen, the course examines the political, social, and economic dimensions of real estate in Hartford and New York. It delves into the tension between use […]

Alumna’s project for peace creates children’s robotics and coding camp in Armenia

Trinity College alumna Mariam Avagyan ’18 was welcomed back to campus recently to give a presentation about a robotics and coding camp for children that she hosted last summer in her home country of Armenia using a Davis Projects for Peace grant. The April 9 presentation was part of the Global Vantage Point Lecture Series […]

Scholars share perspectives on identity and conflict in Turkey

by Gabby Nelson Trinity College’s Center for Urban and Global Studies (CUGS) recently hosted a panel discussion on Turkey’s shift from a democratic to an autocratic regime. The March 28 event, titled “At the Crossroads: Identity and Conflict in Turkey,” served as both an academic exploration of the topic and a celebration of Trinity’s commitment […]

Urbanization, innovation, in-migration: Students travel to Shenzhen, China and surrounding cities with summer field study trip

by Gabby Nelson To view more photos from the trip, click here. The Center for Urban and Global Studies (CUGS) at Trinity College took 14 students on a field study course to the Pearl River Delta in June. This was the 11th year the Center has taken students to China and surrounding countries to study […]