oin us to help develop a new Civic Engagement and Social Innovation Action Plan for Trinity (2023-2025). How do we embed engagement and social innovation across teaching, learning and research in College, so that our students and staff can deliver societal impact? What are you doing now to be civically engaged or socially innovative and what could be improved? We want to hear your ideas and experiences. In her new role as Associate Dean, Prof Jo-Hanna Ivers will lead these sessions in order to help transform the College to support students and staff to become more civically engaged and socially innovative.
We invite you to contribute to this process through the third of three conversation cafes to be held in the Secretary's Board Room, 3 College Green.
Accessiblity: We apologise, this room is not accessible. If you require an ISL interpreter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org before 14th November 2022.
Getting to the venue: Access to the building is on Dame St. There is no parking at this venue. However, there are multiple bus routes that serve the area. Map