Professor Jane Ohlmeyer spoke of her concern at an Oireachtas Education Committee meeting
A Trinity professor has expressed her “horror” that Northern Irish students, following Brexit, may have to pay non-EU fees in order to study at a third level institution in the Republic of Ireland and vice-versa. Erasmus Smith’s Professor of Modern …
The Exchequer-Employer Investment Mechanism will operate from 2018 onwards
The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton, and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, have announced the launch of a new consultation process on a proposed Exchequer-Employer Investment Mechanism, which will operate from 2018 onwards.
Speaking in …
Travelling as far as Poland, the teams are now scattered across ten countries and still on the hunt for “Destination X”
Following an eventful 12 hours, Jailbreak HQ has released the third clue of the race, bringing the 166 teams one step closer to “Destination X”.
The clue read: “Most of you have left the Emerald Isle, Whilst many are outside …
The motion was proposed by Sinn Fein at NUIG
NUI Galway Students’ Union (NUIGSU) has voted to support the reunification of Ireland and will now call on the Irish government to hold a referendum on the issue.
The motion was proposed by Sinn Féin at the National University of …
The four subjects are Software Systems Development, Moving Image Arts, Digital Technology and Environmental Technology
Trinity is one of seven Irish universities not to accept the results of four A-Level subjects in applications to College made by secondary school students in Northern Ireland this year. The move will prevent some students from Northern Ireland from …
Trinity geneticists use taxidermy specimens to show lack of genetic diversity in Irish goats
Trinity geneticists have found that modern day Irish goats lack genetic diversity due largely to intensive selective breeding that has been taking place over the past 200 years. The study is the first instance of taxidermy specimens being used to …
Current Citizenship Officer Damien McClean talks accessibility, pronoun recognition from College and his Study Balance Week
Damien McClean is a Senior Sophister Mathematician from Louth. He is currently the Citizenship Officer in the Students’ Union and a Student Ambassador in the Global Room.
While recalling his first year at Trinity, McClean says “I did not feel …
The team discovered that Baltic hunter-gatherers were never overwhelmed by migration
A research team led by Trinity scientists have published a study outlining their findings on hunter-gatherer populations in the Baltic states. While it was previously assumed that the Baltic hunter-gather population of the Neolithic period interbred with and was subsequently …
Newly appointed Dr Graham Love stated “[a] quality higher education system plays a critical role in Ireland’s development, social and economic”.
Dr Graham Love has been appointed the new Chief Executive of the Higher Education Authority (HEA), following the retirement of Tom Boland last August. Dr Love will take up the position this March and will be in charge of leading …
Allegedly occurred in 2015 but has only surfaced now
A Garda investigation has commenced into a €360,000 fraud at Maynooth University.
The fraud occurred in 2015 but has only recently surfaced as the university published its annual financial statement for the year ending September 2015. The document reveals that …