Trinity College grounds on a beautiful sunny day

There's always something happening at Trinity College.

Stay up-to-date with our latest news and keep an eye on our busy events calendar, which includes events for current students, staff, alumni & friends of Trinity College and the general public.

Event photos can be found on Trinity College's Facebook page and via My Trinity Connect. Videos can be viewed on our YouTube channel.

08 Aug 2018

Keep the doors open for the future

Professor Tim Lindsey (TC 1981) was recognised in the recent Queen&rsquo;s Birthday Honours for his contribution to promoting understanding between Australia and Indonesia. His Trinity experience was not only fun, it was vital in preparing him for the possibilities ahead. Here, he urges students to look to Asia when considering future careers.&nbsp;<br /> &nbsp;

Category: People

01 Aug 2018

Trinity Choir tour Europe showcasing international talent

The Trinity Choir has just returned from its tour to Europe, the first international tour the Choir has undertaken for six years. Members spent a week rehearsing in northern Spain and then three weeks in the United Kingdom, singing in London, Windsor, Canterbury, Cambridge, Edinburgh and Oxford.

Category: People

24 Jul 2018

Communicating a new science story

When your plans for the future don&rsquo;t work out as you thought they would &hellip; it&rsquo;s time to make new plans. Dr Amy Nisselle (TC 1991) explains how she came upon her rewarding career as a science communicator, and how her experience makes a great story to share when she visits schools to talk about STEM careers.

Category: People

05 Jun 2018

Trinity's Kitchen team: A well-oiled machine

Assistant Catering Manager at Trinity, Alexander Stone, believes the Kitchen team is &ldquo;a well-oiled machine.&rdquo; Read on to find out why.

Category: People

04 Jun 2018

Precious Rametsana: Improving lives through financial empowerment

As a young child growing up in Botswana, Precious Rametsana (TCFS 2013 and TC 2014) always had an interest in the impact financial empowerment can have on transforming people&rsquo;s lives. Precious, who was recently awarded the Melbourne Business School&rsquo;s Deputy Dean Award caught up with us to discuss social entrepreneurship, financial empowerment, her time at Trinity and what&rsquo;s next after university.

Category: People

31 May 2018

Uluru Statement from the Heart

Last week, Trinity College had the pleasure of hosting four passionate Indigenous leaders and advocates for the Uluru Statement from the Heart panel discussion about the importance of the Uluru Statement in the fight for constitutional&nbsp;recognition for Australia&#39;s First Peoples.

Category: People

27 Apr 2018

Culture and flexibility: Why Bigger Isn’t Always Better

Trinity alumni David Clark (TC 2003) and Campbell Cooke (TC 2012) both worked for large international companies, but turned them down to work at Cameron Harrison, a blue-chip wealth and investment management firm.

Category: People

28 Mar 2018

Kiran Purba – Trinity Hustler Makes His Mark at Uber

Arriving early for the interview, I pass Kiran Purba (TCFS 2004 March Accelerated) heading to work. He smiles and nods without realising he is about to become the subject of my interview, instantly I&rsquo;m struck by his friendly demeanour.&nbsp;<br /> &nbsp;

Category: People

28 Mar 2018

Richard Finch: Loving what you do key to longevity

Richard Finch has been a History of Ideas Lecturer for 21 years in the Foundation Studies program, that&rsquo;s longer than his students have been alive! The jazz loving philosopher caught up with us to discuss his Trinity journey and shares his strategies to getting the most from his students.<br /> &nbsp;

Category: People

27 Mar 2018

Dr Julia Low (TCFS 2007): A taste for discovery

Dr Julia Low (TCFS 2007), began her doctoral studies not knowing there were six recognised tastes, only a few years later, she was part of a research team at Deakin University responsible for finding a seventh taste (carbohydrates).<br /> &nbsp;

Category: People

16 Mar 2018

Lara Nicholls (TC 1986) to host Lorne Sculpture Biennale 17 March - 2 April 2018

Curator of 19<sup>th</sup> century Australian Art at the National Gallery of Australia and Trinity alumna, Lara Nicholls (TC 1986), is the curator for this year&rsquo;s Lorne Sculpture Biennale, which opens this coming Saturday 17 March 2018.<br /> &nbsp;

Category: People

13 Mar 2018

Trinity Tiger Tones Bring Joy to Glenferrie Festival and beyondblue

On Sunday 4 March, the Trinity Tiger Tones performed at the Glenferrie Festival on behalf of beyondblue, donating a massive $10,000 to support the charity, which helps over three million Australians suffering from anxiety and depression. Tiger Tones baritone, Harry von Bibra, shares highlights from the show and what to look forward to from the a capella group in 2018.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<br /> &nbsp;

Category: People

08 Mar 2018

Trinity Celebrates International Women's Day

On Thursday 8 March, Trinity celebrated International Women&rsquo;s Day with a breakfast attended by over 180 students, alumni and staff in the College Dining Hall.<br /> &nbsp;

Category: People

27 Feb 2018

Q & A with Philippa Duffy

Philippa Duffy (TC 2004) is a former Senior Student, Board member and helped establish planitgreen, Trinity&rsquo;s sustainability program. She has lived, worked and studied across the globe and is currently an Engagement Manager at McKinsey. We caught up with Philippa to get her take on life at and post Trinity, and her tips for living a healthy and happy life.

Category: People

27 Feb 2018

Trinity's Gardens Continue to Bloom

When students, parents, staff and other visitors first step on to the grounds at Trinity, one of the first observations they&rsquo;re likely to make is about the beautiful gardens and natural surrounds.

Category: People

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