Eight students, part of the Lego League Team at Success Academy Primary School (SAPS), spent the first semester of their school year developing Braille Lego kits for the Innovation Project.
Trine University president reaffirms commitment to inclusion
March 30, 2015
Trine University president Earl D. Brooks II, Ph.D., has issued a statement in response to the recent passage of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
“Since the passage of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act on Thursday, March 26, the state of Indiana has been cast in a negative light because many view the law as discriminatory and unwelcoming.
“Trine University remains committed to cultivating diversity, inclusion and fairness. As a leading private institution of higher education, Trine fosters a culture of understanding, growth and inquiry; values the diverse qualities of its students, faculty and staff; promotes an inclusive environment free of discrimination and intolerance; and welcomes everyone.
“Trine will not allow discrimination and will continue to grant admission and provide educational opportunities without regard to race, age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, religion or veteran status. The culture of Trine University dictates that these same standards of acceptance apply to all faculty, staff, alumni and community members.
“I encourage everyone to respect, value and support each other.”
Education One, Trine University’s charter school authorizer, has released its Annual Performance Report and stakeholder survey data for the 2022-2023 school year, reflecting growth in both the number of schools in its portfolio and the satisfaction of those it serves.
To say the 2024 Big Man On Campus (BMOC) event was a success would be an understatement.