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The 14-week online course taught by Trinity historians will focus on the events and individuals which shaped Ireland’s path to independence.
8 Oct 2015
The crowning of a Scotsman as the last High King of Ireland was marked at a major international conference focusing on the 700th anniversary of the Bruce Invasion of Ireland in Trinity College Dublin in September, 2015.
The award recognises the ground-breaking work done by Trinity through its Gender Identity and Gender Expression Policy.
New research conducted by researchers at the School of Social Work and Social Policy points to the need for development of risk reduction programmes on dementia.
The new teaching and research centre aims to advance Japanese, Korean and Chinese Studies.
7 Oct 2015
Professor William Campbell, who graduated with first class honours in zoology from Trinity in 1952, has been jointly awarded the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
5 Oct 2015
A night of revelations and revelry as part of SECRET exhibition
Trinity ranks in the top three institutions for its student performance in the 2015 Undergraduate Awards Programme worldwide.
2 Oct 2015
The exhibition marks the completion of a two year project which involved the development of a online database detailing 250,000 children’s books in over 90 languages.
1 Oct 2015
The new catalogue details over 250,000 children’s books in over 90 languages and hopes to establish Ireland as a world centre for children's literature research.