About
Fellows Program at Trinity

Morgan

Morgan comes to Trinity as a recent graduate of Hobart and William Smith Colleges, where she earned a BA in studio art, including minors in art history and women’s studies. While attending college, Morgan joined several extracurricular clubs and served as the president of the Women’s Collective and the treasurer of the Arts and Design Collective. 
Morgan comes to Trinity as a recent graduate of Hobart and William Smith Colleges, where she earned a BA in studio art, including minors in art history and women’s studies. While attending college, Morgan joined several extracurricular clubs and served as the president of the Women’s Collective and the treasurer of the Arts and Design Collective. She is currently pursuing an MEd at the University of Pennsylvania. Morgan is a native of Pittsburgh and enjoys watching football and visiting local museums and galleries in her free time. After studying abroad in Rome, she fell in love with cooking Italian cuisine. Morgan spends many weekend hours in the kitchen developing new recipes for friends and family. She is excited to join the Trinity community and to explore the art and food scenes of New York City.
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