Japan in East Asia by His Excellency Mr Chihiro Atsumi, Ambassador of Japan to Ireland
6.15pm - 8pm on Wednesday 15 October 2014
Neill/Hoey Theatre, Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College poster info
Title:What role does foreign manguage education play in the Irish recession?
Speaker: Tobias Schroedler
Time and Place: Wednesday, 12th March, 2014 at 6.30 pm in Room 3106 in the Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin
EUROKOREA Conference 7-9 Nov 2013
The School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences joined with the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies to host Trinity’s first multidisciplinary conference in Korean Studies (7 – 9 November 2013), on the occasion of thirty years of diplomatic relations between Ireland and Korea. The conference was held at the Trinity Long Room Hub Institute for Arts and Humanities, and convened by Lorna Carson and Roberto Bertoni. more
Trinity Confers Honorary Doctor in Laws on Former World Federation of the Deaf President, Dr. Liisa Kauppinen
An honorary Doctor in Laws (LL.D) was bestowed on Dr Liisa Kauppinen by Trinity College Dublin on Friday 28 June 2013 for her outstanding contribution in the field of Deaf advocacy and human rights. more
MEDISIGNS awarded a European Language Label 2013
Korea Foundation Grant
Japan Foundation Grant
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