Lineup includes presentations on football, religion, marketing, and food insecurityRead More
Grissom’s legacy spans 58 years at Trinity UniversityRead More
Bonnie Bassler to speak on “Tiny Conspiracies: Cell-to-Cell Communication in Bacteria"Read More
Clippers assistant coach among trifecta of Trinity basketball brothers
Daughter of refugees paves career path that encompasses the worlds of journalism and architectural design
Florence Nguyen Tang '01, B.A. Communication
Recent grad makes a difference for teens with the College Advising Corps, plans on psychology career
Brandon Smalls '17, B.S. Neuroscience and Psychology
Mitch Hagney '13 is an agricultural advocate out to improve the food we eat, keeping it healthier and home-grown.
Nia Clements, first-year student, is searching for a cure for gastric cancer.
Company recruited more than 12 engineering students from local universities
Nina Totenberg, NPR’s Supreme Court correspondent, will discuss the effect the Supreme Court has on the people of the U.S.
This series brings a distinguished array of outstanding leaders in the fields of art, music, drama, communication, literature, art history and aesthetics to the University.
Lineup includes presentations on football, religion, marketing, and food insecurity
In Austria, Trinity choir brings a fresh voice to classical masterpieces
Annual giving challenge aims for 1,869 gifts in 1,869 minutes
Grissom’s legacy spans 58 years at Trinity University
Bonnie Bassler to speak on “Tiny Conspiracies: Cell-to-Cell Communication in Bacteria"
Trinity’s 1869 Scholars program pairs students with alumni mentors
New benefit allows 12 weeks of full-time paid leave
Trinity CELCS job fairs connect students with corporate opportunities
Stumberg Competition awards $35,000 total to Quick Sip Coffee, PATCH
Author Ana Castillo to offer a reading from her memoir