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For High School Teachers

Trent University wants to reach out and celebrate the community partnerships that have allowed Trent to grow into the dynamic institution it is today. Trent Talks: High School Edition is a way for Trent University to give back to the community by sharing our passion for research, teaching, and learning.

If you are interested in hosting one of these talks, a Trent faculty member will come into your classroom and discuss some of their favourite research at an appropriate academic level. The talk will be roughly 45-60 minutes and geared towards the age level and discipline of your class. They will bring the best parts of Trent University to your students to facilitate a partnership between your school and our community.

If you are interesting in hosting a Trent Talk, please browse available talks

  • Contact  with the following information:
    • Your first and second choice talks
    • The days/times that you would like to host the talk
    • Contact information for you and your school

"As Coordinator of our International Baccalaureate Programme, I have a keen interest in this initiative, as I am always on the lookout to connect with the post-secondary academic world in meaningful ways.”

Peter Mullins, High School Teacher (Kenner Collegiate Vocational Institute) and Trent Alumnus (IDS ’92)


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