The group who are staying with us in Trinity College Dublin and rehearsing in the college’s School of Music performed a few songs on the steps of the College Chapel in Front Square today to delight passers-by and raise awareness of World Choral Fest.
Watch the video here https://vine.co/v/hAqmmVFMKFV
Loyola Institute - Open Day
The Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin, invites you to attend our Open Day on Wednesday June 26th or Thursday June 27th at 11am.
This event is designed to give prospective students an insight into our theology programme and to meet members of our teaching team. The morning will begin with Coffee at 11am. This will be followed by an introduction to our new BA in Catholic Theological Studies, and its situation within the larger Confederal School of Religions, Theology and Ecumenics.
Modules from the programme are also available as Short Courses. Those wishing to take Short Courses in the programme are welcome to attend the Open Day.
The Loyola Institute is located in the Irish School of Ecumenics and Loyola Institute Building (Old Physiology Building) on the main Trinity campus, (see College map). To facilitate easy location of the building: if those attending gather at the main Arch of Trinity at 10.45 they will be guided across.
If you are unable to
13,000 athletes will come together in Kazan, Russia for the 2013 World University Games, to compete in 351 medal events across 27 sports and with less than a month remaining until the opening ceremony, Student Sport Ireland (SSI) is pleased to confirm the team representing Ireland in the sporting ca...
Google supports next generation of technology leaders
Trinity College Dublin today announced a three year partnership with Google to develop a new project aimed at transforming computer science in Irish schools. Google is undertaking the partnership to mark 10 years in Ireland and will provide €1.5million in funding to the ground-breaking transformative project. As Ireland strives to emerge as the "Silicon Valley" of Europe, this initiative is aimed at producing the next generation of computer scientists that will make this vision a reality.
The Trinity College Dublin Shakespeare Festival 2013 coming soon! This year’s Festival is running from the 3rd to the 8th June and promises to be the most exciting one yet!
Stay tuned for more information on outdoor scenes and civic engagement, news about the festival, events, photos and more!
As part of the visit by the spectacular European Space Expo to TCD, a public lecture will take place in Trinity on June 7 - “Exploring the Radio Universe with LOFAR” with special guest speaker Dr Anna Scaife.
As part of the visit by the spectacular European Space Expo to TCD, a public lecture will take place in the Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin at 5.30 pm on Friday, June 7, 2013 entitled “Exploring the Radio Universe with LOFAR” with special guest speaker Dr Anna Scaife.
Through this unique, travelling exhibition, the wide range of benefits that Space brings to Europe are literally at your fingertips! Here you are invited to see, touch and experience what Europe is doing in, and with, Space – and how these initiatives are already improving our quality of life.
A group of Trinity students, inspired by the College’s culture of openness, have sought to spread the message of equality further afield through a project known as Shoutout. The aim of the project is to open up the limited discourse about being lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender in secondary schools in Ireland and create space for all.
Four Trinity students have been selected from more than 525 applicants to participate in the 2013 Washington Ireland Programme (WIP). The internship programme is a cross-community charity which offers young leaders from Ireland and Northern Ireland the opportunity to live and work in Washington DC while completing leadership training and public service projects.
Led by the European Commission, organisations and individuals throughout Europe are being encouraged to focus on the power and mystery of the brain during May 2013, designated European Month of the Brain. Attention will be given to increasing the profile…
Trinity College Dublin has been ranked in 48th place in the world and 9th in Europe in the recently published CWTS Leiden Ranking 2013. This is a marked increase of 15 places from 63rd place in the world last year.
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The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is delighted to host this year’s Trinity Week, with the theme of The Irish Diaspora: Social, Cultural and Economic Perspectives.
Trinity Week begins on Monday 8th April with the announcement of the Honorary Fellows, new Fellows and Scholars of the...
TCD’s 11th annual Green Week will take place from Monday 18th to Friday 22nd February 2013.
The launch event at 1.15pm on Monday 18th February at the Exam Hall steps with Senator David Norris and the Provost will include the unveiling of the student led initiative ‘Trinity Let’s Grow’, spot prizes of Trinity Ball tickets for the Best Dressed Green Male and Female and a raffle for a voucher for a bike.
Trinity College Dublin Green Pages, information on environmental protection, waste management and recycling in College, helping make the college and global environment a cleaner and greener place to live
We've started to plan for health week 2013. Got any good ideas for what we should include or any eye catching ideas for our launch? Climbing the campanile was a great launch last year. Can you out-do that? More info here. http://www.tcd.ie/collegehealthweek/.
The European Commission has announced that CRANN, the Science Foundation Ireland funded nanoscience institute based at Trinity College Dublin, has secured a primary role in the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Graphene Flagship project. The EU Commission has committed €1 billion to the Graphene Flagship, the largest ever research project funded in the history of the European Union.
A major telecommunications project that will revolutionise broadband provision in Ireland and Europe has been awarded €8.1million in EU funding was announced this week by the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Pat Rabbitte, on the occasion of a presentation on the priorities of the Irish Presidency of the EU. The pan-European research project, ‘DISCUS’ which was awarded funding under the European Union Seventh Framework Programme is being coordinated by CTVR, the national telecommunications research centre headquartered at Trinity College Dublin.
Read the full story at: http://www.tcd.ie/Communications/news/pressreleases/pressRelease.php?headerID=2860&pressReleaseArchive=2013
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