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Many of Trinity's physics and astronomy graduates pursue advanced degrees with the intention of becoming professional physicists or astronomers. Some go on to teach or work in industry immediately after graduation as engineers, analysts, and educators.
Trinity is proud of the achievements of its alumni and likes to keep up with their work, life and ongoing educational experiences. If you graduated with a physics and astronomy degree, feel free to Physics [at] trinity.edu (contact the department) and let us know what you've been up to. To see a complete list of alumni please visit the alumni page on inside.Trinity.
In recent years, we have had a steady stream of talented physics majors who have made substantial commitments to high school teaching or, in fact, chosen high school teaching for their careers. We are always excited to hear of new students with interest in teaching careers, and we encourage students to consider a career in physics teaching, for which there is strong national demand.
Abbey Drake '11
Noyce Scholarship; Future Educator Award; Master of Arts in Teaching at Trinity
Nick Polito '10
Noyce Scholarship; Future Educator Award; completed Master of Arts in Teaching at Trinity in 2011.