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It was such great experience! The tour around the grounds of Trinity was amazing, our guide was a 3rd Yr student of Trinity, who was so witty, funny, knowledgeable and passionate – it was an absolute pleasure to listen to him. The Book of Kells itself and the Old Library were not guided but breathtaking all the same.

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This was a must see on my Dublin visit having read plenty of Sally Rooney and Tana French where the college plays a role. The guided tour from a student, Connor, was excellent. As a third year student he was very knowledgeable and gave us a real insight into the history of the college with lots of fun tales too. The Book of Kells exhibition is also a must. An amazing book. And then there’s the library – oh wow! Stunning.

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Trinity University is a private institution that was founded in 1869. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 2,512 (fall 2022), its setting is urban, and the campus size is 125 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. Trinity University's ranking in the 2024 edition of Best Colleges is National Liberal Arts Colleges, #59. Its tuition and fees are $51,352.

Trinity University overlooks downtown San Antonio, home to the Alamo, four professional sports teams including the NBA Spurs, and more than 175 city parks and recreation areas. Not to be ignored: San Antonio has on average 300 days of sunshine per year. Students can get involved in any of the more than 115 campus organizations ranging from the Loon-E Hip-Hop Dance Crew to the Entrepreneurship Club. A thriving Greek community at Trinity represents about a quarter of the undergraduate student body and consists of mainly local chapters. Nearly 80 percent of students live on campus in one of the residence halls, and there are designated areas on campus for freshmen and sophomore housing. The Trinity Tigers compete in Division III and are known for their strong tennis program.

In addition to the undergraduate bachelor of music, bachelor of science and bachelor of arts degrees, Trinity grants master’s degrees in teaching, school administration and school psychology, and master of science degrees in accounting and health care administration. Undergraduates can choose from more than 40 majors and must complete the Common Curriculum, a distribution requirement intended to provide a well-rounded liberal arts education. More than 40 percent of students take advantage of study abroad programs around the world.

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Clone of CSE welcomes 25 new faculty in 2023-24

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STEM experts from across the world join the University of Minnesota 

The University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering (CSE) welcomes 25 faculty members this 2023-24 academic year—on its way to achieving its goal to hire 60 faculty in three years.

The expertise of this new group of CSE researchers and educators is broad. They range in areas such as hybrid intelligence systems, the reconstruction of past environments and climates, electric machines and magnetic levitation, reinforced concrete structures, and mathematical models to predict the electronic properties of novel materials. 

Meet our new science and engineering faculty:

Rene Boiteau

Rene Boiteau is an assistant professor of chemistry.  He joins Minnesota from Oregon State University, where he held a joint faculty appointment in the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Boiteau earned a bachelor’s in chemistry at Northwestern University, a master’s in earth sciences at University of Cambridge, and a Ph.D. in chemical oceanography at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Much of his work is focused on developing analytical chemical approaches, especially mass spectrometry.

Zhu-Tian Chen

Zhu-Tian Chen is an assistant professor of computer science and engineering.  He received his bachelor’s in software engineering from South China University of Technology and Ph.D. in computer science from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Prior to Minnesota, Chen served as a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University and postdoctoral researcher at the University of California San Diego. His recent work focuses on enhancing human-data and human-AI interactions in both AR/VR environments—with applications in sports, data journalism, education, biomedical, and architecture. 

Gregory "Greg" Handy

Gregory “Greg” Handy  is an assistant professor of mathematics . He comes to Minnesota from the University of Chicago, where he was a postdoctoral scholar in the Departments of Neurobiology and Statistics. As an applied mathematician and theoretical biologist, Handy’s research strives to use biological applications as inspiration to create new mathematical techniques, and to combine these techniques with classical approaches to examine the mechanisms driving biological processes. This fall, he is teaching Math 2142: Elementary Linear Algebra.

Jessica Hoover

Jessica Hoover is a professor of chemistry. She joins the University of Minnesota from West Virginia University, where she has been a faculty member since 2012. Hoover’s interest in catalysis has been the focus of her work since her undergraduate studies. She graduated with a bachelor’s from Harvey Mudd College before arriving at the University of Washington to pursue her Ph.D. She was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Harman Kaur

Harman Kaur  is an assistant professor of computer science and engineering—and a University of Minnesota alumna  (2016 bachelor’s in computer science). Her research areas are human-centered artificial intelligence, explainability and interpretability, and hybrid intelligence systems. She is affiliated with the GroupLens Research Lab, a group of faculty and students in her department that’s focused on human computing interaction. Prior to Minnesota, Kaur served as a graduate researcher in the interactive Systems Lab and comp.social Lab at the University of Michigan, where she received both her master’s and Ph.D. 

Yulong Lu

Yulong Lu is an assistant professor of mathematics.  He joins the faculty from University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Lu received his Ph.D. in mathematics and statistics at the University of Warwick. His research lies at the intersection of applied and computational mathematics, statistics, and data sciences. His recent work is focused on the mathematical aspects of deep learning. This fall, Lu is teaching Math 2573H: Honors Calculus III to undergraduates and Math 8600: Topics in Applied Mathematics, Theory of Deep Learning to graduate students.

Ben Margalit

Ben Margalit is an assistant professor of physics and astronomy.  As a theoretical astrophysicist, he studies the fundamental physics of star explosions, collisions and other examples of intergalactic violence such as a black hole passing near a galaxy and “shredding it to spaghetti.” As part of his job, Margalit works closely with observational astronomers in selecting the kinds of places to look for transient events. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and a Ph.D. from Columbia University. 

Maru Sarazola

Maru Sarazola is an assistant professor of mathematics. She joins Minnesota from Johns Hopkins University, where she was a J.J. Sylvester Assistant Professor. Sarazola received her Ph.D. from Cornell University. Her research is focused on algebraic topology—specifically, her interest lies in homotopy theory (a field that studies and classifies objects up to different notions of "sameness") and category theory (“the math of math,” which looks to abstract all structures to study their behavior). This fall, she is teaching Math 5285H: Honors Algebra I. 

Eric Severson

Eric Severson is an associate professor of mechanical engineering—and University of Minnesota alumnus  (2008 bachelor’s and 2015 Ph.D. in electrical engineering). He returns to his alma mater after being on the University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty for six years. Severson leads research in electric machines and magnetic levitation, with a renewed focus in addressing grand challenges in energy and sustainability through multidisciplinary collaborations. His interests include extreme efficiency, bearingless machines, flywheel energy storage, and electric power grid technology.

Kelsey Stoerzinger

Kelsey Stoerzinger is an associate professor of chemical engineering and materials science. She was on the faculty at Oregon State University, with a joint appointment in the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. She studies the electrochemical transformation of molecules into fuels, chemical feedstocks, and recovered resources. Her research lab designs materials and processes for the storage of renewable electricity. Stoerzinger holds a bachelor’s from Northwestern University, master’s from University of Cambridge, and Ph.D. from MIT.

Lynn Walker

Lynn Walker is a professor—and the L.E. Scriven Chair in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.  Previously, she was on the faculty at Carnegie Mellon University. Her research focuses on developing the tools and fundamental understanding necessary to efficiently process soft materials and complex fluids. This expertise is being used to develop systematic approaches to incorporate sustainable feedstocks in consumer products. Walker holds a bachelor’s from the University of New Hampshire and Ph.D. from the University of Delaware. She was a postdoctoral researcher at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium.

Alexander "Alex" Watson

Alexander “Alex” Watson  is an assistant professor of mathematics—and former University of Minnesota postdoctoral researcher  in the School of Mathematics. Watson earned his Ph.D. at Columbia University. He works on mathematical models used to predict the electronic properties of materials, especially novel 2D materials such as graphene and twisted multilayer “moiré materials.” In summer 2022 and 2023, he presented at the U’s MathCEP Talented Youth Mathematics Program on topics related to materials research at the University of Minnesota. 

Anna Weigandt

Anna Weigandt is an assistant professor of mathematics. She comes to Minnesota from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she was an instructor. Weigandt completed her Ph.D. at the University of Illinois, and she was a postdoctoral assistant professor in the Center for Inquiry Based Learning at University of Michigan. She works in algebraic combinatorics, specifically Schubert calculus. This fall 2023, she is teaching Math 5705: Enumerative Combinatorics.

Michael Wilking

Michael Wilking is a professor of physics—and University of Minnesota alumnus (2001 bachelor’s in chemical engineering). He holds a master’s and Ph.D. from the University of Colorado. Prior to his return to the Twin Cities campus, Wilking served on the faculty at Stony Brook University. He completed his post-doc at TRIUMF, Canada's national particle accelerator center. Wilking was part of the Stony Brook research team honored with the 2016 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics.

Benjamin "Ben" Worsfold

Benjamin "Ben" Worsfold is an assistant professor of civil engineering —and a licensed professional engineer in both California and Costa Rica. His research interest lies in large-scale structural testing, finite element analysis of reinforced concrete structures, and anchoring to concrete. Worsfold earned his master’s and Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, and bachelor’s from the University of Costa Rica.     

Yogatheesan Varatharajah

Yogatheesan Varatharajah is an assistant professor of computer science and engineering —and a visiting scientist in neurology at the Mayo Clinic. His research lies broadly in machine learning for health. Varatharajah earned his master’s and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Prior to Minnesota, he was a research assistant professor of bioengineering at the University of Illinois and faculty affiliate for the Center for Artificial Intelligence Innovation with the National Center for Supercomputing Applications.

Starting in January 2024:

Emily Beverly

Emily Beverly is an incoming assistant professor of earth sciences. Prior to joining the University of Minnesota, she was on the faculty at University of Houston. She earned a bachelor’s from Trinity University, a master’s from Rutgers University, and a Ph.D. from Baylor University. Beverly was a postdoctoral researcher at Georgia State University and University of Michigan. Her research focuses on understanding environmental drivers of human and hominin evolution. Beverly uses stable isotopes and geochemistry to answer questions about past and future climates with a firm foundation in sedimentary geology and earth surface processes.

Alex Grenning

Alexander “Alex” Grenning is an assistant professor of chemistry.  He comes to Minnesota from the University of Florida, where he was a tenured faculty. Grenning earned a bachelor’s in chemistry and music from Lake Forest College, and a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from the University of Kansas. He was a postdoctoral researcher at Boston University. His work is focused on chemical synthesis and drug discovery.  

Yu Cao

Yu Cao is an incoming professor of electrical and computer engineering. Prior to Minnesota, Cao was a professor at Arizona State University. He holds a bachelor’s in physics from Peking University and a master’s in biophysics plus a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and computer sciences from the University of California-Berkeley. His research includes neural-inspired computing, hardware design for on-chip learning, and reliable integration of nanoelectronics. Cao served as associate editor of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers’s monthly  Transactions on CAD .

Edgar Pena

Edgar Peña is an incoming assistant professor of biomedical engineering—and a University of Minnesota alumnus (2017 Ph.D. in biomedical engineering). He is a neuromodulation scholar who is interested in vagus nerve stimulation. Peña earned his bachelor’s degrees in electrical engineering and biomedical engineering from the University of California, Irvine. During his doctoral studies at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, he used computational models to optimize deep brain stimulation.

Seongjin Choi

Seongjin Choi is an incoming assistant professor of civil engineering.  He received his bachelor’s, master’s, and Ph.D. from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. He was a postdoctoral researcher at McGill University. His work involves using data analytics to draw valuable insights from urban mobility data and applying cutting-edge AI technologies in the field of transportation.  

Pedram Mortazavi

Pedram Mortazavi is an incoming assistant professor of civil engineering— and a licensed structural engineer in Canada .  His interests lie in structural resilience, steel structures, large-scale testing, development of damping and isolation systems, advanced simulation methods, and hybrid simulation. Mortazavi holds a bachelor’s from the University of Science and Culture in Iran, a master’s from Carleton University in Ottawa, and Ph.D. from the University of Toronto. 

Gang Qiu

Gang Qiu is an incoming assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering. He received his bachelor’s degree from Peking University in microelectronics and his Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from Purdue University. (He is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles.) Qiu’s research focuses on novel low-dimensional materials for advanced electronics and quantum applications. His current interest includes employing topological materials for topological quantum computing. 

Qianwen Wang

Qianwen Wang is an incoming assistant professor of computer science and engineering. She received her bachelor’s from Xi’an Jiao Tong University and her Ph.D. from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Prior to Minnesota, Wang served as a post-doctoral researcher at Harvard University in the Department of Biomedical Informatics. As a visualization researcher, she created interactive visualization tools that enable humans to better interpret AI and generate insights from their data.

Katie Zhao

Katie (Yang) Zhao is an incoming assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering. Her research interest resides in the intersection between Domain-Specific Acceleration Chip and Computer Architecture. In particular, her work centers around enabling AI-powered intelligent functionalities on resource-constrained edge devices. Zhao received her bachelor’s and master’s from Fudan University, China, and Ph.D. from Rice University. (She is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Georgia Institute of Technology.)

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  1. Campus Visits

    Admissions Interviews. You're invited to meet one-on-one with an admissions representative either virtually or in person in your hometown. Take this opportunity to distinguish yourself in Trinity's competitive applicant pool and learn more about admissions, financial aid, and scholarships. Schedule an Interview.

  2. Information for Campus Visitors

    For further assistance, please call the Trinity University Police Department at 210-999-7070. Accessibility Information - Campus Map. Check out the accessibility section on Trinity's campus map for information about accessible parking and entrances. Use the way finding feature to see accessible paths across campus.

  3. Visit Trinity

    We want you to have the opportunity to experience our beautiful campus to help you decide if Trinity is the right fit for you! Your visit will include a 30-minute information session followed by a one-hour guided walking tour the College! ... Trinity College Admissions Office. 300 Summit Street Hartford, CT 06106. 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

  4. Trinity University

    We invite you and your family to visit Trinity University, where you will have the opportunity to: Tour our skyline campus with a current student and learn about the Trinity experience. Join an information session to discover what makes Trinity distinctive and get information about admissions, financial aid, and scholarships.

  5. Admissions and Aid

    Visit Campus—Even from afar. Trinity University is an oasis of red brick and green oaks in the heart of America's 7th largest city. Schedule a visit, meet our faculty, and experience firsthand what it's like to live and study on our campus, a mid-century modern masterpiece. Open the accessible version of Trinity University's virtual ...

  6. Visit Trinity College Dublin

    The free Visit Trinity app includes everything you need to know about visiting the university, with interactive maps and a 10% discount for our restaurants and gift shop. Available on the App Store or Google Play. Welcome to Trinity Visitors, home to the Book of Kells & Old Library, guided campus tours, summer accommodation.

  7. Trinity University

    As One Trinity, we stay connected, engage with our communities, and invest in a sustainable future for the University. Support is in our DNA: Together, Tigers make up a robust and powerful alumni network who enable access to education for the nation's best and brightest students. Trinity University is a force in motion.

  8. Trinity University

    Click on a specific calendar date to see available options and register for an admitted student daily visit. Actual availability and offerings on specific dates may differ from the description below. Space is limited and will be filled on a first come, first-served basis.

  9. Trinity University

    We invite you to attend Trinity In Focus, our open house program welcoming all pros p ective students and family members. Join a student-led tour of our skyline campus. Hear from a panel of current students about the Trinity experience.

  10. Apply to Trinity

    We also consider a student's personal engagement with Trinity throughout the application process. We feel that a campus visit or interview (whether in-person, by phone, or via a video call) with an admissions counselor is the best way to determine if Trinity is a good fit for your college experience.

  11. Events

    Register for one of the virtual college fairs below to engage with a Trinity University representative and learn more about Trinity. IN-PERSON EVENTS Click on the map or search by zip code or region to explore opportunities to engage with a Trinity University representative at a high school visit or college fair in your area.

  12. Campus Visits

    REGISTER FOR A CAMPUS VISIT. If you have any questions about visiting Trinity College or need assistance with scheduling a campus tour, please call our office at 860-297-2180 or email us at [email protected]. Class Visit. If you wish to learn more about both academics and student life, a class visit may be just the right fit for you.

  13. Trinity University

    Trinity University is a private institution that was founded in 1869. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 2,512 (fall 2022), its setting is urban, and the campus size is 125 acres. It ...

  14. Admitted Tigers

    To officially become an enrolled Tiger, you must reserve your spot in the Class of 2028 by taking three actions in your portal: Accepting your offer of admission. Submitting your non-refundable $500 enrollment deposit. Completing the New Student Information Form. Deposit Deadlines.

  15. Undergraduate Admissions

    Visit Campus—Even from afar. Trinity University is an oasis of red brick and green oaks in the heart of America's 7th largest city. Schedule a visit, meet our faculty, and experience firsthand what it's like to live and study on our campus, a mid-century modern masterpiece. Visit Options

  16. Trinity College

    Please select a date on the calendar below to register for a campus visit. If you have any questions about visiting our campus or need assistance with scheduling a visit, please contact us at 860-297-2180 or [email protected]. Legend:

  17. College Visits at Trinity Christian

    We want to get to know you and for you to get to know us! Trinity offers a variety of experiences to learn about our campus community and the Office of Admissions. Our in-person and virtual visits are designed to provide our visitors with an in-depth look at the TrollNation experience and give you a sense of what it's like to be a Trinity Troll.

  18. On-Campus Visits

    ON-CAMPUS VISITS. We offer a variety of ways for you to visit campus—see your options below! When you're ready to register for your visit, select an available date from the appropriate calendar. Once you have selected a date, click on the name of the visit type to register. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at (847) 317-7000 ...

  19. Virtual Information Sessions

    We are happy to offer virtual information sessions for students interested in learning more about the Trinity College experience. Virtual information sessions are hosted by Student Admissions Associates who will lead you through an overview of the four-year student experience and provide information about the Trinity admissions process. We also welcome you to engage with […]

  20. Travel to Campus

    By Bus or Train. Peter Pan Bus Lines, and Amtrak and CT Rail's Hartford Line train stations are located at One Union Place in Hartford. From there, you can take a taxi to campus. For schedules and fares, please call Peter Pan Bus Lines at 800-343-9999, Amtrak at 800- 872-7245, or CT Rail's Hartford Line at 877-287-4337.

  21. Group Visits

    If there is predicted inclement weather, we reserve the right to cancel your group visit by 4:00 p.m. the day prior to your visit. To schedule a group visit, please fill out this form or contact us at [email protected] or 860-297-2180.

  22. Schedule a Visit

    Schedule a visit to tour the campus, learn about student life and academics, meet professors, staff, tour the dorms, library and classrooms. ... on campus is a way to grow relationally and socially as you build life-long friendships that extend beyond your time at Trinity College of Florida. R.A.'s live in the residence hall with the students ...

  23. Schedule a Visit

    L.L. Speer Hall - Our newest residence hall, which can hold 96 students, and has a state of the art electronic lock system which provides privacy and security.

  24. Clone of CSE welcomes 25 new faculty in 2023-24

    STEM experts from across the world join the University of Minnesota The University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering (CSE) welcomes 25 faculty members this 2023-24 academic year—on its way to achieving its goal to hire 60 faculty in three years.The expertise of this new group of CSE researchers and educators is broad. They range in areas such as hybrid intelligence systems, the ...