Welcome to the Communications Office website

The Communications Office is responsible for developing and managing the University’s communications strategy. This involves internal and external communications, media relations, promoting Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin as a leading research and teaching university in Ireland and abroad to key audiences and enhancing its reputation, managing Trinity's identity and the event management of major functions. 

Promoting Trinity in the media, the Communications Office is the central point for all University communications with the media, handling queries from national, regional and international press.  It issues press releases and briefs journalists on matters relating to the University and identifies opportunities for showcasing the University's teaching, research, activities, achievements and priorities in the media.

In addition to this strategic work, the Communications Office manages requests for filming, broadcasting and photocalls on campus, devises and maintains Trinity’s Calendar of Strategic Communications Events, compiles and edits Trinity’s Annual Report, oversees the corporate identity and logo usage, and provides a support and advisory service for staff.

The Communications Office publishes news items on the homepage of the Trinity website and is responsible for the weekly Listings publication, administering the University’s web-based Noticeboard and Information Screens, advertising and managing the content of the University’s official social media channels on Twitter and Facebook.

 

Latest News



Major Research Project calling for Women to Share Experiences of Concealed Pregnancies

Trinity researchers say concealed pregnancies persist in Ireland today and want to speak to women who are keeping a pregnancy secret or have done in the past.

25 June 2014



Ground-Breaking Model Explains How the Brain Learns to Filter Stimuli

Significant environmental stimuli are filtered out from the insignificant via 'habituation'.

25 June 2014



Knighthood for Professor John Pethica

Professor Pethica was knighted in the recent Queen's Birthday Honours list for services to science.

23 June 2014



Bank of America Merrill Lynch Announces Trinity College Dublin Library as a 2014 Art Conservation Project Grant Recipient

The grant will fund the treatment, technical examination, digitisation and art historical study of four of the Library's most important early medieval Irish manuscripts.

23 June 2014



New book on Mental Health in Ireland launched

The book, recently launched at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, presents an invaluable resource in the field of mental health in Ireland.

23 June 2014



Thieving Chimps Changing the Way African Farmers Feed Their Families

Rwandan farmers are now growing different crops to reduce the 'natural tax' imposed by light-fingered primates.

19 June 2014