Christine Trinter is a faculty member in the Center for STEM Education and serves as a faculty member and fellow of the Institute for Educational Initiatives. In these roles, she teaches mathematics education courses in the Alliance for Catholic Education’s Teaching Fellows M.Ed. program, education related courses in the Education, Schooling, and Society minor, and core instructional practice modules in the Trustey Family STEM Teaching Fellows program. After earning her B.A. from Fordham University, Christine served in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps then taught in both Catholic and public middle and high schools in both Massachusetts and New York. She went on to earn an M.A. and a Ph.D. in mathematics education from Columbia University and the University of Virginia, respectively. Her scholarship focuses on factors associated with teacher development, specifically related to teacher leadership, curriculum design, and technology usage in the mathematics classroom.
In her free time, she enjoys rowing and spending time with her husband, Phil, and three children, Gabrielle, Luke, and William.