Academic and Postgraduate Research Fellowships
Thank you to those who applied for a 2023/24 TRiSS Research Fellowship. Applications have now closed. We hope to be able to provide you all with a decision in early June.
The Research Fellowships aim to support academic and postgraduate research projects from within and across TRiSS member schools.
2022/23 TRiSS Academic and Postgraduate Research Fellowship Awardees
Below are last year's Fellowship recipients, we will be updating this page with stories on how the TRiSS funds have helped their research. Click on their names to read more.
|Davide Romelli||Economics||Beyond the central bank independence veil: new evidence|
|Deidre Ahern||Law||The Changing Face of Directors’ Duties in the EU: Making Companies Responsible for Sustainability and Human Rights across Global Supply Chains|
|Jeffrey Ziegler||Political Science||Computational Tools for Survey Experiments in the Social Sciences|
|Joseph Roche||Education||Establishing a Science, Technology, and Society (STS) Centre at Trinity College Dublin|
|Lorraine Swords||Psychology||ADAPT: ADolescents’ Adjustment to Pandemic-related resTrictions.|
|Susan Flynn||Social Work Social Policy||Virtual Harm: The Internet and Child Protection Risks Associated with Disability|
|Yunfan Lai||Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences||A glimpse at the world of the Gyalrongs: languages and beyond|
|Zohar Hadromi-Allouche||Religion||"Demons Good and Bad": An Interdisciplinary Perspective|
|Azza Warraitch||Psychology||Development of evidence-based guidelines on youth involvement in health research|
|Julia Hirschwald||Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences||Establishing a Core Outcome Set for Dysphagia Interventions in Parkinson’s disease: the COS-DIP study|
|Julia Leesch||Sociology||’Who’ marries ‘whom’ in Ireland? The role of educational expansion for changing patterns of educational assortative mating|
|Louisa Roos||Economics||The gender impacts of the Swiss franc shock|
|Madhav Bhargav||Psychology||Towards a Better Understanding of College Students’ Adverse Childhood Experiences and Later Mental Health|
|Marketa Odlova||Political Science||Minorities and the Military: The Effects of Conscription on Political Engagement|
|Michael Buckley||Education||School governance in the Republic of Ireland: A mixed-methods case study of primary schooling|
|Neha Tetali||Religion||Gendering Foreign Policy: A Feminist Postcolonial engagement with the UN WPS Agenda|
|Olivia McEvoy||Sociology||Exploring the “causes of causes” of inequalities: how do health behaviours become socially patterned?|