Each Faculty Research Dinner is an opportunity for a faculty member to present his or her research and have a discussion with faculty colleagues from all areas of the University in an informal context. The event begins at 6:00 p.m. with wine and light snacks, followed by dinner and a brief presentation accompanied by questions and discussion.
Seating is limited. Interested faculty members should make a reservation by calling (999-8230) or emailing fsimmons [at] trinity.edu (Frances Simmons).
Wednesday, September 20 (Holt Center)
"Archeology After the Dirt"
Jennifer Matthews (Sociology) and Nicolle Hirschfeld (Classical Studies)
Tuesday, October 17 (Holt Center)
"Adaptive Engineering Design for the Community"
Jack Leifer (Engineering Science) and Johann Dorfling (Engineering Science)
Thursday, November 16 (Holt Center)
"Social Identity Challenges in the Era of Globalization: The Japanese Fifth Generation Computing Project"
Paul Myers (Computer Science) and Mario Gonzalez-Fuentes (Business Administration)