Justin MacGregor, Assistant Professor in Film Studies, School of Creative Arts, Trinity has been selected to be a Writer in Residence of Prague UNESCO City of Literature 2019.
This evolving work by Siobhan McDonald focuses on the importance of the air we breathe and the threat that plants and nature face in the wake of climate change.
Trinity research commissioned by Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Drug and Alcohol Task Force examines experiences of those on methadone maintenance treatment.
Trinity took home the award for Acacemia collaboration with industry at the 2018 InBUSINESS Recognition Awards.
Trinity recognised the major Irish poet, Thomas Kinsella, Galway historian, Catherine Corless, and the American physicist Michal Lipson for their contribution to society at the honorary degree ceremony.
Trinity and Oxford contended that ‘This House would unite Ireland post-Brexit’ in Student Economic Review Debate.
A pioneering work-readiness ‘Career LEAP’ programme developed by education experts at Trinity College Dublin is leading the way in supporting an inclusive labour activation agenda for at-risk young people in Dublin’s north inner city.
The School of Social Sciences and Philosophy has awarded two prestigious Grattan Scholarships to postgraduate students in the disciplines of Political Science and Sociology.
Four Trinity researchers are among 21 pilot projects across 10 countries awarded funding, as Global Brain Health Leaders. Three leading organisations including the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI) based at Trinity College Dublin and the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), the Alzheimer’s Association and the Alzheimer’s Society UK have joined forces to address the […]
Two Trinity students—Conor McGlynn and Conor O’Meara—are among the 147 individuals that comprise the 2020 cohort.