In this oral history interview, alumni Tahlar Rowe discusses being an intern for the Magik Theater, being President of Trinity's Black Student Union, and learning through service as a member of HOPE Hall.
In this oral history interview, Dr. Jacob Tingle, a Trinity alumnus and the Director of Experiential Learning at Trinity, discusses how Trinity is incorporating experiential learning into its curricula, the importance of reflection in the learning process, the value of experiential learning in career development, integrating experiential learning into his classes, and the effects of his time as a referee for Trinity's intramural program.
An oral history interview of Ms. Mary Heathcott conducted by Peyton Tvrdy that features the opinion of both an alumnus and an employer of Trinity students. Topics include Blue Star Contemporary art museum, experiential education in the workplace, work environment for interns, internships she experienced, study abroad, TUVAC, and the skills gained through experiential education.
Jerheme Urban serves a unique role at Trinity University. Aside from being the head football coach, which also makes him an employer, he is also a Trinity University alumni. In this interview Coach Urban talks about the role experiential learning plays in his office space as well as the benefits of experiential learning at Trinity. He also talks about his time at Trinity and how that led to his current position. He also mentions how the presence of experiential learning has shaped the dynamic of the players on the team.
Brad Little describes teaching his peers in history classes, publishing and recording through his communication classes, going into the field in geology and oceanography classes, volunteering. He also discusses the importance of experiential learning in hiring decisions, and employee's success at Capgemini.