President Macron visited the Book of Kells and met students to discuss topics that included post-COVID Europe, climate change and digital equality for all citizens. President Macron’s discussions with students took place in Trinity’s beautiful Public Theatre, which was designed by George III’s architect Sir William Chambers and completed in 1786.
Students with disabilities are often excluded from the social aspect of the student experience and this project will make real changes in the individual lives of Trinity students.
Discuss AI is a multi-programme initiative run by the SFI ADAPT Centre for AI-Driven Digital Content Technology.
Trinity is the first university in Ireland to proceed with an in-person graduation event. In keeping with COVID-19 protocols the events are held outdoors and attendance is limited to 200.
The Museum Building – a look at the changes over the years.
These Challenge based awards are made possible through the generous philanthropic support of the Provost’s Council, a network of leading Trinity alumni and supporters who act as advisors to the College.
The iconic, fast-flying birds nested in the building for many years before disappearing following a period of renovation, but the installation of bird calls to encourage the speedy swifts back has reaped rewards.
Over 9,000 people have so far petitioned Government to afford legal protection to basking sharks in Irish waters, where these magnificent creatures spend time each year.
“This research is so vital because without spotlighting the imminent forced displacement of the Bedouin, their very livelihoods will be further destroyed.”
The 20th anniversary of the awards was celebrated on June 29 in the Provost’s Garden. Congratulations to all the winners.