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Professor Yu Zhang

Artificial Intelligence – the Real Deal

Yu Zhang is the first to admit that artificial intelligence can be very exciting in the movies, but what makes it attractive to her is how scientists are using computers and artificial intelligence to simulate and study real world social trends.

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Just what can you do with a Trinity Education?

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Trinity graduates are prepared for countless opportunities- whatever their goals and ambitions may be. They have become successful doctors, lawyers, businesspeople, politicians, educators, religious leaders, artists, activists, soldiers, philanthropists, and more. A few noteworthy alumni include:

  • Ana Unruh Cohen '96- Rhodes scholar and senior policy adviser to the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Energy Independence & Global Warming
  • John Cornyn III '73- United States Senator (R- Texas)
  • Frank Guerra '83- CEO of Guerra, DeBerry, Coody, a full service marketing and communications firm, Trish DeBerry-Mejia '87 and Tess Coody '93 are also part of the firm
  • Dr. Jeffrey A. Jones, MD '81- flight surgeon- Medical Operations, NASA
  • Mark W. Kline '79 is professor of pediatrics, chief of Retrovirology, director of the AIDS International Training and Research Program and director of the Baylor-CDC Global AIDS Technical Assistance Project, all at Baylor College of Medicine
  • Melody Boone Meyer '79- President, Chevron Energy Technology
  • Naomi Nye '74- world renowned poet and author
  • Jerheme Urban '03- wide receiver for the NFL's Arizona Cardinals
  • Lissa Walls Vahldiek '80, COO of Southern Newspapers, Inc.
  • Belle Wheelan '72- president of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association for Colleges and Schools and former secretary of education for the Commonwealth of Virginia

Trinity Students  become successful doctors, lawyers, businesspeople, politicians, educators, religious leaders, artists, activists, soldiers, philanthropists, and more.

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