Rocks Receive Awards at ACE Mentoring Program Gala Dinner

ECHO Staff

Members of Trinity’s ACE (Architecture-Construction-Engineering) Mentoring Program received awards at a gala dinner held at the UL University Club. The Rocks were among students from five schools who presented project plans. 

Seniors Connor Kalvar and Michael Murphy each received a $1,500 scholarship that will be renewed each year. Two Trinity underclassmen, Liam Cantin and Michael Coomes, received $100 gift cards for their active involvement in the ACE Program.

According to ACE Mentoring Program co-moderator Mr. Joseph Chittissery Mathai, “This year’s project was about redesigning the Trinity chemistry lab (T315).” 

Trinity President Dr. Rob Mullen described the students’ work as “a practical exercise that will yield benefits for THS students for years to come.”