The spaces in New Square are signposted as spaces reserved for non-standard cycles
Trinity has unveiled the first disabled cycle parking facilities in Ireland. The unveiling took place today as part of Dublin City Council’s hosting of the global cycling conference Velo-City in Dublin.
The facilities consist of three spaces which will be …
Five members of staff received the award
Five Trinity staff members have been announced as winners in the annual Provost’s Teaching Awards.
The awards were presented last night by Provost Patrick Prendergast to five members of staff in recognition their “outstanding contribution” to teaching at Trinity.
The building cost €91.6 million, putting it €16.7 million over the original budget
The Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI) building was €16.7 million over-budget, a Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG) report has found.
Trinity spent €91.6 million on the building, ultimately reporting a cost overrun of 22%. The 35,000m building was completed in …
The search for Seamus Lawless who last week fell during his descent of Mount Everest has ended.
Lawless, an Assistant Professor at the School of Computer Science and Statistics at Trinity, went missing last Friday after falling from an altitude of 8,300 metres on Mount Everest. The search party organised by Seven Summit Treks to find the …
Seamus Lawless is believed to have slipped and fallen during his descent from the summit of the world’s highest mountain
Seamus Lawless, an Assistant professor at the School of Computer Science and Statistics at Trinity, is missing on Mount Everest after he reportedly fell at an altitude of 8,300m, while descending from the summit this afternoon.
Trinity commented on reports …
Trinity Disability Service is to relocate to Printing House Square later this year
Trinity Disability Services is seeking to rename itself amid concern that students feel “uncomfortable” entering the service under its current name.
In an email to staff and students this afternoon, the Disability Service invited responses to a poll with options …
Beston received 55% of first preference votes, with Hennessy receiving 40.4%
Laura Beston will be the next President of Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU), after winning 55% of, or 1,844 first preference votes. Her competitor, Daire Hennessy, won 40.4% of, or 1,357 first preference votes. The option to re-open nominations …
Tonight’s SU Council voted in favour of the two motions
The first Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council of 2019 saw a motion introduced by TCDSU President Shane De Rís on Trinity’s laptop rental scheme. The scheme would require the release of €10,000 from the Higher Education Authority (HEA) …
The course is the first of its kind in Ireland
Deaf people will soon be able to teach primary school students with hearing impairments under a new teaching degree introduced at Dublin City University (DCU).
The new Bachelor of Education in Irish Sign Language at DCU is the first programme …
The government has created 2,541 new student beds since July
The latest National Student Accommodation Strategy report finds 2,541 new student beds have been created since July, with more than 5,000 purpose-built student accommodation bed spaces completed this year.
Today, the Minister of State for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, …