Consent classes to be implemented in higher education institutions nationwide, report recommends
Higher education institutions which do not provide consent classes may be penalised in line with a new report commissioned by the government.
The report recommends penalising colleges which fail to hold consent classes by State funding being withheld or deducted …
Leen is the sole candidate for Welfare Officer in the TCDSU elections
Aisling Leen, a fourth year English Literature and French student, is the sole candidate in the race for the position of Welfare Officer this year. After an uncontroversial campaign with a few blips, she looks set to have a strong …
Two Trinity teams take first and second place
Two Trinity teams took first and second place at the Irish Times Debate Final this evening, with Daniel Gilligan and Ronan Daly from the College Historical Society (the Hist) winning the competition.
Harry Higgins and Rory O’Sullivan represented the University …
As campaigning gets underway, Trinity News recaps the ten candidates running in this year’s elections
Campaigning started today in the Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) sabbatical officer elections, with the Dining Hall hustings. Ten candidates – six women and four men – took to the steps, with three uncontested races. Here are the people …
Chancellor Mary Robinson launched the event in Front Square this morning
Trinity Chancellor and former president of Ireland, Dr. Mary Robinson, launched Trinity’s annual Green Week today in Front Square as College looks to its sustainability projects in line with international Green Week theme of UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Arts graduates are the least likely to be employed within a year of graduation
A €4,000 gap exists between men and women’s salaries among graduates who entered the workforce in 2017, a report published today by the Higher Education Authority (HEA) on the employment status of students who graduated in 2017 has found.
It was questioned whether gender equality moves could be viewed as “positive discrimination”
Concerns that women-only academic posts are to receive legal repercussions as they could be seen as “positive discrimination” have surfaced following government plans to tackle gender inequality in higher level education.
In November, the government announced its intention to fund …
Morash says system must meet evolving workforce demands
Vice Provost and Chief Academic Officer, Chris Morash, has called for changes in the Irish secondary school exam system, in an article for the Irish Independent.
In the article, Morash outlined the need for the Irish education system to change …
The university intends to relocate teaching to Vienna
The Central European University (CEU) intends to relocate from Budapest to Vienna following discord with Hungary’s right-wing government.
The university plans to relocate its US-accredited masters and doctoral courses to a satellite campus in Vienna by September 2019 after making …
The launch takes place this evening in the Long Room Hub
Trinity is launching a digital version of its valuable Oscar Wilde collection this evening, which is to be available to the public free of charge. Taking place just one day after Wilde’s birthday, the launch honours one of Trinity’s most …