Carolyn TrimarchiAdjunct Faculty
McAnulty College & Graduate School of Liberal Arts
College Hall 312
Education:B.A., Education, Villanova University
M.S., Geography, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
- HIST 174: Sacred Places
- HIST 200: Global Geography
- HIST 204: History of Food: Climate, Sustainability, and Social Justice
- HIST 268: Historical Pilgrimages: The Case of Camino de Santiago, Spain
- HIST 394/502: Historical Geography
- HIST 399: Special Topics: WWI Centenary
Carolyn Trimarchi's teaching career began at the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, where she taught Second Grade. Since then she has taught nearly every grade level K-12, and has served as an instructor of various geography courses at St. Francis University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and Westmorland Community College.
Trimarchi is in her seventh year as a member of AWARE (Aultman Run Watershed Association for Restoring the Environment) and serves on its Board. She takes pride in the success this organization has had in the cleaning of acid mine drainage in this western Pennsylvania Watershed that would otherwise impact the Allegheny River.
As a Master Gardener certified by Pennsylvania State University, she enjoys gardening, as well as coaching others in gardening methods. Her additional hobbies include hiking and cycling.