The graduates watched the virtual ceremony online in their homes
The online graduation ceremony of 175 new medical doctors from Trinity took place this afternoon, with congratulations from the Taoiseach.
The graduates watched the virtual ceremony online in their homes. The students are graduating early so that additional medical doctors …
Instead of printing a hard-copy thesis, many final years submitted their thesis over turnitin
In a break from tradition for some departments, many final year students submitted their dissertations online this year due to college’s closure in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Students were stripped of the opportunity to post photographs of their printed …
The provost said that the policy was “good in concept”
The possible implementation of a “no detriment” policy for summer assessments will be discussed at the University Council meeting next Wednesday, the provost confirmed on a Zoom call with Trinity residents, while also offering assurance that leases will be extended.…
The accommodation complex was set to be completed this summer
The completion of the Printing House Square project faces possible delays due to the coronavirus.
The on-campus accommodation complex, set to house 250 students, was expected to be completed this summer in time for the new academic year. However, following …
All three University of Dublin Seanad seats have now been filled
Lynn Ruane has been re-elected a University of Dublin Senator on the eighth count, filling the third and final constituency seat.
Ruane received a total of 4,072 votes out of a total valid poll of 15,041, Provost Patrick Prendergast, the …
David Norris was re-elected on the fourth count
Ivana Bacik has been re-elected a University of Dublin Senator on the sixth count.
Bacik received a total of 3,963 votes out of a total valid poll of 15,041, Provost Patrick Prendergast, the returning officer, announced.
She was elected following …
The three University of Dublin Seanad seats are likely to be filled by the incumbents
David Norris has been re-elected to the University of Dublin constituency of the Seanad on the fourth count.
Norris received a total of 3,768 votes out of a total valid poll of 15,041, which exceeded the quota by seven votes, …
Retired army captain, lecturer and security analyst Tom Clonan discusses his plans for the Seanad
Tom Clonan has a long, impressive and varied career. Having graduated from Trinity in 1987, he joined the army and moved up the ranks, eventually retiring as captain. Since, he’s taken on a number of roles, including as a lecturer …
The company was popular with students travelling to the US over the summer
USIT, the travel agency which supplies J1 visas, has gone into liquidation due to the outbreak of Covid-19, the company has said.
The Dublin-based travel agents were popular with students seeking J1 work visas to travel to the USA over …
Nursing and midwifery students to be offered healthcare assistant contracts
Student nurses will be paid for the duration of the Covid-19 crisis, Minister for Health Simon Harris has confirmed.
All student nurses and midwives undertaking unpaid placement will be offered contracts as healthcare assistants and will be paid accordingly.