The Trinity Centre for the Environment is home to a large number of research students and postdoctoral research fellows as well as supporting the research based in other disciplines and Schools in College. It also hosts a number of research groups. Details of our research is given elsewhere on this site.
- Research opportunities
- Research staff in the Centre
- Research students
- TCD Environment Society
- Databases and research theses
There are none at present. However, students interested in pursing a research degree should contact a staff member whose research is close to their own area of interest.
Funded research studentships are widely advertized in the press and all College PhD opportunities can be found listed on the College Home page. Further details of College and external funding can be accessed via the Graduate Studies Office website.
The postgraduates of the Centre are involved with the running and activities of the Environment Society which arranges a host of activities related to conservation, energy and the environment. The Scoiety can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org and the website URL is http://duenv.csc.tcdlife.ie/
Undergraduate and postgraduate research dissertations and theses do contain significant local, regional and international data. The theses (Ph.D. and M.Sc. in Environmental Science 1982 - 2007) and dissertations (B.A. (Mod) in Environmental Science 1994 - 2007) which used to be housed in the Centre for the Environment are now located at the Freeman Library in the Museum Building. Each thesis and dissertation has been catalogued and may be searched for by author, title or subject on the Freeman catalogue.