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Troutbeck Symposium Speaker Series

We are pleased to present the Troutbeck Symposium Speaker Series, an extension of the energy, themes and topics of the annual Troutbeck Symposium into our ongoing programming.

11/6 — Taha Clayton
(in parntership with the Wassaic Project)

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The Troutbeck Symposium Story

"Our students are contributing to changing the narrative of who we are and reconnecting it to what really happened. Students dug in, asking ‘what have we not heard about that we should have?’ — exploring how we open the conversation around American history and enduring elements such as race."

Dr. Lisanne Norman, Hotchkiss, contributing educator to the Troutbeck Symposium

Our Mission

Troutbeck Symposium 2022

For the 2021-2022 academic year, students from nine community schools - public and independent, middle and high school - gathered at Troutbeck to share the fruits of their year-long research projects that examined our region's diverse and national and nationally significant BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) contributions with our community.

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