Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

  • Can't you hear them? The science and significance of hearing voices
    A new book on the experience of ‘hearing voices’, by Trinity College Dublin academic and psychologist, Associate Professor Simon McCarthy Jones explains new ways to think about voice-hearing, and provides access to the state-of-the-art work being done in this field by a collective of scientists, voice-hearers, and voice-hearing scientists.
  • Trinity’s Cumann Gaelach wins top national prize for student society
    The student Irish language society, An Cumann Gaelach, has capped yet another exceptional year by winning the Glór na nGael national competition for best Irish language student society.
  • Social media monitoring system will help emergency services respond to disasters
    The Slándáil Emergency Management System integrates information propagated via social media in the form of text, imagery and video to help emergency services respond to disaster situations.
  • Ryanair Foundation funds new Business School Professor of Entrepreneurship
    The new professorship will drive and direct entrepreneurship and innovation at the Business School and across the university.
  • A Contested Experience: The Multiple Meanings Of ‘Hearing Voices’
    Dr. Simon McCarthy-Jones, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, writes in a piece in The Huffington Post UK how voices can be many things and suggests that people need information and the freedom to explore what their voices mean, in a supportive environment.
  • Hockey alumni’s extra special guest
    Dorothea Findlater graduated in 1932 but retains strong links to Trinity ladies hockey
  • Trinity students and alumni share their Trinity experience stories, which helped shape their lives

    Using production techniques like drone and time-lapse filming, we were able to present the campus, both old and new, in ways that have never before been done. While we can never hope to capture the scale of what happens in Trinity every day, we believe this film tries to capture some elements of what makes Trinity unique.

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