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News & Stories

There's always something happening at Trinity College - stay up-to-date with our latest news and stories.

Also keep an eye on our events for current students, staff, alumni & friends of Trinity College and the general public.

23 May 2022

Prof Robert Phillips: There is no greater moral risk in the world than diffused responsibility

Professor Robert Phillips is the George R. Gardiner Professor in Business Ethics and Professor of Sustainability at York University’s Schulich School of Business in Canada. Here he talks about diffusion and technology and what it means for society.

Category: People

20 May 2022

Prof Andy Crane on the international factory workers who live in prison-like conditions

One of our visiting professors who is presenting during the Gourlay Ethics in Business week from 22-27 May, Andy Crane, provides insight into the conditions at some of India's hostels owned and operated by factories.

Category: People

19 May 2022

Meet Foundation Studies teacher Vanessa Montoya

Vanessa Montoya shares her favourite things about Melbourne and Australia and talks about the magic that comes from making mistakes.

Category: Foundation Studies

19 May 2022

Corporate exit from Russia: ethical – or just woke?

Professor Dirk Matten, one of our visiting professors who is in Australia for the Gourlay Ethics in Business week, weighs in on whether companies should really be exiting from Russia. Are they acting from a place of public good or public pressure?

Category: People

18 May 2022

Amanda Jia’s experience of moving to Melbourne from China

Heqiao (Amanda) Jia admits she was nervous moving to Melbourne from China given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but is now happy that she made the move and says her English has also improved since she started studying on campus.

Category: Foundation Studies

13 May 2022

With challenge comes opportunity – teaching collaborations across divisions

The upheaval to teaching and learning during the pandemic has also seen some valuable teaching collaborations take place across our three divisions, as our staff adapt to new ways of teaching.

Category: Learning

12 May 2022

You will never get bored at college – Harris Mitter

Growing up in regional NSW, Harris Mitter didn't even know what a college was before he came to Trinity, saying he couldn't believe such places existed.

09 May 2022

Reflections of first-year interstate student Jeremy Ho

Meet one of our 2022 interstate freshers, Jem, and how Trinity has offered an environment and experiences where he has been able to grow.

Category: People

06 May 2022

Claudia McFarlane on moving from a small country town

Claudia McFarlane joined Trinity College on a scholarship, moving to Melbourne from the small Victorian town of Cohuna. Here she proves that you can pursue your passions, no matter what your circumstances.

03 May 2022

The man behind the Trinity College Musical

Third-year Residential College student Jem Herbert speaks about his journey of composing Mageia: a Musical Fable and its fruition as Trinity’s 2022 musical.

29 Apr 2022

Gourlay 2022: Q&A with Professor Jeremy Moon

Prof Jeremy Moon is Professor of Sustainability Governance and Director of Copenhagen Business School Sustainability Centre, Department of Management, Society and Communication. In this Q&A, he explains the difference between operating ethically and operating legally.

Category: Learning

28 Apr 2022

Ned Harrison's advice to students leaving high school this year

Ned Harrison shares his experience of college life and talks about the uncertainty he faced when trying to work out what to study at uni.

26 Apr 2022

Gourlay 2022: Q&A with Professor Joanne Ciulla

Gourlay Ethics in Business Week visiting scholar, Professor Joanne Ciulla, tells us more about her journey and interest in business ethics.

Category: Learning

26 Apr 2022

Gourlay 2022: Q&A with Professor Dirk Matten

Professor Dirk Matten of the Schulich School of Business joins us for Gourlay Business Ethics Week 2022. He discusses the greatest constraints to businesses seeking to operate ethically.

Category: Learning

26 Apr 2022

Gourlay 2022 – Dr Mette Morsing: 'We need to change how management is taught'

Professor Mette Morsing, Head of PRME Principles of Responsible Management, UN Global Compact in New York, believes our best shot at embedding ethical practices in businesses starts in the classroom.

Category: Learning

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