Remote Urban Studies Courses Prioritized Engaged Learning

While some urban studies courses were in-person this semester, including those taught by Garth Myers and David Lukens, others took place in a remote format. Professors Jonathan Elukin, Laura Delgado, and Julie Gamble elected to host their courses virtually. Engagement with the community and using the city as a classroom are key features of urban […]

Senior Spotlight: Lillia Schmidt ’21

Over the next few weeks, CUGS will be celebrating members of the class of 2021 who have left a mark on Trinity College and those around them. We’ll be posting interviews with selected seniors as our Senior Spotlight series. Meet Lillia Schmidt ’21, an Urban Studies and Art History double major from Wilmington, Delaware! How […]

Senior spotlight: Samia Khoder ’21

Over the next few weeks, CUGS will be celebrating members of the class of 2021 who have left a mark on Trinity College and those around them. We’ll be posting interviews with selected seniors as our Senior Spotlight series. Meet Samia Khoder ’21, a senior Urban Studies major from Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil. “I cannot […]

Laura Delgado, 2020-21 Kelter Postdoctoral Fellow in Urban Studies

Laura Delgado is an urban planner and the current Kelter Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Urban and Global Studies. Her research speaks to the enduring problems of inequality and segregation in the United States and the critical role that local organizations can play to address these problems. Her academic and professional interests include community-based […]

Trinity Launches Graduate Certificate in Urban Planning

The graduate studies program at Trinity College, in partnership with the urban studies program, masters in public policy program, and Center for Urban and Global Studies, will launch a graduate certificate in urban planning for the fall 2020 semester. This program will be the first graduate program in urban planning in Connecticut. In a field […]