Jane Ohlmeyer favoured by students as candidate for Trinity’s next provost

Provost candidate Jane Ohlmeyer looks set to win the student preference vote, but with 48.1% of students undecided, the vote may still be up for grabs

In a poll conducted by Trinity News, students have indicated that their preference for the upcoming provost election will lie with Professor Jane Ohlmeyer, favoured by 62.7% of those who expressed a preference.

Professor Linda Doyle followed second in the


Provost election: Jane Ohlmeyer says a provost “really needs to listen to the students and staff”

Ohlmeyer has placed an emphasis on communication in her efforts to improve Trinity’s global reputation as she campaigns for the position of provost

Professor Jane Ohlmeyer, former head of Trinity’s Long Room Hub and current chair of the Irish Research Council (IRC), has put saving a Trinity that she coins as “drowning in bureaucracy” at the head of her campaign for provost. In


Provost election: Doyle, Hogan and Ohlmeyer to apply for candidacy

Linda Doyle, Linda Hogan, and Jane Ohlmeyer have confirmed their intent to put their names forward in the upcoming selection process for Trinity’s next provost


At least three of Trinity’s top academics have decided to apply to be candidates in the election for College’s next provost.

Professors Linda Doyle, Linda Hogan, and Jane Ohlmeyer have confirmed to Trinity News their intention to apply to run


Over 1,400 sign open letter calling for “balanced and progressive research ecosystem” in new legislation

“This legislation will shape the research landscape for generations and so it is critical that we get it right”


Over 1,400 people have signed an open letter calling on Minister Simon Harris to consult with researchers on proposed legislation regarding the future of research and innovation in Ireland.

The open letter, posted to by Professor Jane Ohlmeyer, …


€2.5 million awarded to research project uncovering lives of women in Irish history

Professor Jane Ohlmeyer received the European Research Council Advanced Grant, the most competitive of all award categories

€2.5 million of research funding has been awarded to a project seeking to recover the lived experiences of women in early modern Ireland, including their roles in society, and experiences of trauma.

The Advanced Grant, described as the most competitive …


Two Trinity professors awarded Royal Irish Academy Gold Medals

Professor Jane Ohlmeyer and Professor Jonathan Coleman were presented with the awards in recognition of their respective research achievements

Two Trinity College Professors were awarded Royal Irish Academy (RIA) Gold Medals on Tuesday in recognition of their research achievements in their respective fields.

Professor Jane Ohlmeyer, Professor of Modern History, and Professor Jonathan Coleman, Professor of Natural and Experimental …


Ents race: Nadia places inclusivity and safety at the heart of her campaign

Touting her experience in the events industry, the former STEM Ball organiser promises to offer students an energetic performance as ents officer

One of three candidates campaigning to become the Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union’s (TCDSU) next Entertainments (Ents) Officer, Junior Sophister computer science student and former class representative Nadia believes that her strong personal experience in event management and connections within …