Former Trinity student invites student participation in for International Youth Forum on peace

The forum aims to discuss various issues surrounding the topic of conflict resolution

A Trinity alumnus and academic based in Matej Bel University in Slovakia has invited Trinity students to participate in a virtual panel discussion surrounding the topic of conflict resolution.

In an email sent by the School of Histories and Humanities,


USI votes to Support BDS Campaign

It mandates USI to support local BDS branches in third-level institutions

The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has today voted to adopt a pro-Boycott, Divestments and Sanctions (BDS) policy for dealing with companies and institutions. 

The policy, which required a 66%+1 majority to pass, denounces the apartheid being committed by


Provost criticises activists’ disruption in impromptu appearance at Eamon Ryan event

Doyle said: “I would like to think that people in Trinity can cope with different views, different opinions, and listen to those respectfully.” 

Provost Linda Doyle criticised the disruption of an address by Minister for the Environment Eamon Ryan in an impromptu appearance at the end of the event.

The provost thanked Ryan for his attendance, saying: “I don’t agree with everything, but …


Public submissions to PhD supports review open

The public consultation is an opportunity for all stakeholders and interested parties to provide their views on State support for PhD researchers

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris has launched a public consultation regarding the support the State should be providing to PhD researchers.

The launch follows a meeting of the co-chairs of the independent National …


Trinity research finds evidence of conversion therapy in Ireland

A study conducted on behalf of the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth provides an insight into how conversion therapy practices operate in Ireland

Researchers from Trinity’s School of Nursing and Midwifery have found indications that conversion therapy practices take place in Ireland.

The research provides an insight into how conversion therapy practices operate in Ireland. It also includes an examination of the growing …


Four new members to join the Board of Governors and Guardians of the National Gallery of Ireland

The four appointees will support the operations of the National Gallery of Ireland for the coming five years

Government has today announced the appointment of Dr Michelle D. Cullen, Margie McCarthy, Dr Sandra Collins and Adrian O’Carroll to the Board of Governors and Guardians of the National Gallery of Ireland (NGI).

Speaking today, Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, …


Provost congratulates Trinity graduate Paul Mescal on Oscar nomination

In a Tweet posted yesterday, the Provost commended the Lir graduate for the “incredible achievement”. 

Provost Linda Doyle has expressed her congratulations to actor Paul Mescal, who has received an Oscar nomination in the Best Actor category for his role in Aftersun.

In a Tweet posted yesterday, the provost said: “Huge congratulations to Paul Mescal …