#TrinityGrad18: The Incredible Students of Trinity College Class of 2018

Posted Jun 7, 2018 11:52 am

Trinity students are a remarkable group – they are intellectually gifted, academically excellent, publicly spirited leaders, and motivated and driven to make a difference. This year’s graduating Class of 2018 exemplify exactly this. Below are a few profiles of our incredible graduates! Visit this page again as additional stories will be added throughout the summer.

Trinity student Maddy RossBridging the Gap: The Inspiring Impact of Trinity's Maddy Ross
Maddy Ross’s journey is one marked by triumph over adversity, academic success and an unfailing positive impact. When Maddy graduated in June, she accomplished what few from her hometown of Kingston would.


Meet the Globally Engaged Wendy Wang
Graduand Wendy Wang explains how her global experiences taught her to be an engaged and compassionate member of the U of T community.




CRPE students with their community partnersInnovative Trinity College Course Provides Students With Valuable Research and Workplace Skills
Final-year Ethics, Society and Law students conduct ethical community-based independent research in partnership with community organizations and faculty supervisors. 



Trinity Student Andreas KyriakosTrinity's Student Andreas Kyriakos Receives Scholarship to Study at Yenching Academy
As a Yenching Scholar, Andreas will pursue a Master’s degree in China Studies at Yenching Academy of Peking University. Congratulations! 


Trinity Student Nathan PostmaNathan Postma on the New Butterfield Environment and Sustainability Stream
4th year Environmental Studies and Anthropology student shares his thoughts on the new Margaret MacMillan Trinity One stream and universities' role concerning climate change and sustainability. 


Trinity College Divinity Students Class of 2018

Congratulations to the Faculty of Divinity Class of 2018
At this year's Divinity Convocation Ceremony, degrees were conferred upon 22 excited graduates. Two Trinity alumni also received honorary degrees. Take a look at the Faculty of Divinity's 2018 graduating class! 


Trinity student Riam Kim-McLeodTrinity Student Riam Kim-McLeod is the Recipient of the Prestigious John H. Moss Scholarship
This award provides up to $16,650 to a final-year student in the Faculty of Arts & Science who plans to go on to graduate study. Riam Kim-McLeod is planning a career in counterterrorism and a post-graduate professional degree in conflict studies. 


U of T Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Awards

Congratulations to Trinity's 2018 Cressy Student Leadership Award Winners
Congratulations to our 23 Trinity students on their 2018 U of T Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Awards! The awards recognize graduating students for their outstanding contributions to the community.