Collaborative Project Courses Faculty Fellows Program.
August 6, 2019

Participating faculty will receive $5,000, guidance and the opportunity to collaborate on course (re)design with a group of faculty from across campus. read more about New Fellows Program Will Support Faculty to Develop Collaborative Project Courses »

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August 5, 2019

Twenty-one 2019-2020 project teams are still recruiting student team members. The deadline to apply is August 22 at 11:59 p.m. read more about It’s Not Too Late to Join a 2019-2020 Bass Connections Project Team »

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July 25, 2019

Bass Connections is now accepting proposals for new projects addressing research related to immigration. Submit a proposal by October 28. read more about Special Call: Bass Connections Invites Proposals for Projects Related to Immigration »

Man pulling on rope.
July 19, 2019

This summer, Bass Connections team members are working at the Vulci archeological site in Italy to create a terabyte of data that will fuel research back on campus. read more about Using Today’s Technology to Discover an Ancient Past »

Chrisitine Crute.
July 12, 2019

Doctoral student Christine Crute shares insights from China, where her Bass Connections team is studying the health effects of exposure to electronic waste. read more about Four Lessons from a Novice Field Researcher »

July 10, 2019

In the first five weeks of her collaborative research project in India, Arthi Kozhumam ’21 has already conducted 119 interviews with children and young adults in a residential care program, as well as their caregivers and alumni of the program. read more about Living, Learning and Listening: A Summer Researching Child Well-being in New Delhi »

Chaya Bhat.
June 24, 2019

The Class of 2019 included 303 students who participated in Bass Connections at some point in their four years. Forty-one percent of these Bass Connections team members submitted a senior thesis, compared to 27 percent of all Trinity students. read more about These Seniors Took Their Bass Connections Research Further and Graduated with Distinction »

Kelly Dobroski.
June 20, 2019

Master of Environmental Management student Kelly Dobroski ’19 reflects on her experience using drone-based remote sensing techniques to evaluate fragile coastal ecosystems. read more about How Drones Can Help Researchers Investigate and Protect Coastal Ecosystems »

Imani Mosley.
May 31, 2019

More than 250 doctoral students participated in The Graduate School’s Ph.D. Hooding Ceremony. Among them were many students who helped lead their Bass Connections teams. read more about These Ph.D. Graduates Incorporated Bass Connections into Their Doctoral Education »

ACRE group in Louisiana.
May 21, 2019

Bass Connections students Elizabeth Allen and Laura Landes write about a vital trip that informed their understanding of environmental justice movements in the South. read more about Learning about Environmental Disasters and Injustices in Louisiana »