Did you know that the Otonabee River that flows through our beautiful Symons campus is part of the #TrentSevernWaterway which spans 386km and connects communities from Lake Ontario to Lake Huron? Seen here from the #TrentU Student Centre, the river is one of many spectacular views on campus. Share the views that you are enjoying this weekend with the hashtag #TrentExploresCanada. Photo credit: @mccurdyjeanettee #TrentUniversity #Canada #RoomWithAView
#TrentTalks is moving to a bi-weekly summer schedule! Join us Wednesday, July 8th for a new episode looking at the impact of the pandemic on Canada’s criminal justice system and prison populations, speaking with @trentudurham faculty members Dr. Amy Spendik, assistant professor in the Policing and Community Wellbeing program, and Dr. Else Knudsen, assistant professor in Social Work. Visit trentu.ca/trenttalks to register and submit a question.
Join us next Wednesday for a new instalment of #TrentTalks with Dr. Ray Dart, associate professor in the School of Business, and Dr. Asaf Zohar, director of the Masters of Sustainability Studies program. This week's episode discusses opportunities for small business and non-profits through the pandemic. Have a question you'd like answered? Please visit trentu.ca/trenttalks to submit.
Ron Thom Tower glowing in the late afternoon sun at #TrentUniversity. Who else is missing our beautiful campus? Let us know what you miss most about campus in the comments below. Photo: @dislation
Each year we have the honour of recognizing the accomplishments of #TrentU faculty and staff who have led thought-provoking research, incredible teaching and dedicated service. Congratulations to our 2020 faculty & staff award winners. #trentuniversity #professors #researchers #postsecondary
Congratulations to all of our #TrentGrad2020 students on a moment that marks the pinnacle of your academic journey: receiving your degree. Read more online at trentu.ca/covocation to learn what comes next for our award and medal winners, and other Trent grads #Classof2020 #universitygraduates #GradFromYourPad #TrentUniversity #TrentUDurhamGTA
Today we celebrated the achievements of our Trent graduates in a unique virtual celebration: Grad From Your Pad. The completion of your university degree is a monumental achievement and the pinnacle of your academic career. This year, more than 2,000 graduates from both Trent’s campuses in Peterborough and Durham GTA are being celebrated as part of this first-ever online event including 218 students who are completing Master’s and Ph.D.s – the largest number in Trent University’s history – with 194 Masters graduates, 14 Ph.D.s and 10 students receiving graduate diplomas this year. The 2020 graduating class also features the inaugural graduates from the seven new Master’s and graduate diploma programs ranging from the Sciences to Nursing to Management. Tag your favourite graduate in the comments! Congratulations to you all! #TrentGrad2020 #TrentUniversity #UniversityGraduation #TrentUniversityDurhamGTA
Our next instalment of #TrentTalks continues the discussion around racism, focusing on Indigenous Peoples in Canada, with Dr. Dawn Lavell-Harvard, director of the First Peoples House of Learning, and Dr. Janet Miron, director of the Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Indigenous Studies. Join the conversation by submitting a question at trentu.ca/trenttalks