A Liberal Arts College, A Pair of Friendship Cities, and a Dragon Boat Race

by Xiangming Chen, Paul E. Raether Distinguished Professor of Global Urban Studies and Sociology      As a premier liberal arts college in a city, Trinity College has taken full advantage of its location and curricular assets in building linked local-global programming. This effort has been greatly facilitated by a little-known but special relationship between Hartford […]

Summer Research Grants From CUGS

CUGS awards a number of student research and engagement grants each year. Check out the full list of 2019 awardees below: “I used my research grant to look at the survival strategies utilized by residents of de-industrialized towns like Kolar, the interpersonal dynamics industrialization has altered within the family unit, and the role proximal urban […]

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 […]