Trinity to build a technology campus at Grand Canal Dock

The first phase of the construction will cost €250 million

Trinity are to build a technology-centered campus at Grand Canal Dock, according to The Irish Times. The first phase of the construction will cost €250 million and is part of a €1 billion plan to develop the district.

Trinity has


Ryanair to fund business school professor

Trinity’s Business School will receive €1.5 million from the airline over the next five years

Ryanair will fund a new Trinity Professor of Entrepreneurship starting from September 2017. The Ryanair Fund will see Trinity Business School receive €1.5 million over the next five years.

The new Ryanair sponsored Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Business School


Provost moves out of 1 Grafton Street due to Luas works

Provost Patrick Prendergast moved to a city centre flat before Christmas

Provost Patrick Prendergast has moved from 1 Grafton Street into a city centre apartment in Dublin 2 to escape the noise of the ongoing Luas Cross City construction works. The move to the College owned property occurred just before Christmas


Provost claims “we’re all coming from the same place” on funding issue in TCDSU Council address


The provost of Trinity, Patrick Prendergast, spoke to Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council this evening. Introducing him, TCDSU President Kieran McNulty thanked the provost for “various initiatives”, such as the proposed Student Centre, and noted that it


TCD Fossil Free lobby for national divestment along with Irish NGOs and members of Parliament

The protest was held outside the Dáil followed by a celebratory lunch in Trinity


Following up on Trinity College Dublin’s (TCD) announcement yesterday, TCD Fossil Free moved to lobby government for national fossil fuel divestment outside the Dáil today.

Today marked the last year of the campaign, but the group intend to


Trinity awards four new honorary doctorate degrees

The degrees were awarded at a ceremony today in the Exam Hall

Trinity awarded four new honorary degrees at a ceremony taking place in the Examinations Hall today. Eric Kinsella, Peta Taaffe, David Puttnam and Louise Richardson received the degrees from the Provost, Dr. Patrick Prendergast, alongside 90 other graduates receiving doctorates. …


Trinity’s QS Ranking Underlines the Desperate Need for Funding

In the wake of Trinity’s substantial drop in the QS rankings, Rory O’Sullivan highlights low funding provided to Irish universities as a pivotal issue.


The news that Trinity has dropped 20 places, from 78th to 98th, in the QS world university rankings, isn’t a Trinity story; it’s an Irish one. Of the 8 ranked Irish universities, 7 fell in this year’s rankings; only NUI


Fifty new scholars, twenty four fellows and two honorary fellows were announced today as part of the Trinity Monday celebrations

The amount of scholars elected has fallen from sixty four last year to fifty this year


The students who sat the scholarship examinations in early January gathered in front square this morning today hear the Trinity Monday announcement. Provost Patrick Prendergast took to the podium on the steps of the Exam Hall adorned with robes and


Taoiseach launches Strategic Plan 2014-2019

College unveils plans to increase private sector investment and more than double the number of international students.

newsCollege’s long-awaited Strategic Plan 2014-2019 was launched today by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Provost Patrick Prendergast and Vice-Provost Linda Hogan.

Speaking in the Examination Hall this afternoon, the provost welcomed Kenny to Trinity and the renewed debate on the future …