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Culture Environment News
The inaugural Heritage Ireland 2030 Conference will take place on Monday 24 October 2022 at Trinity College Dublin and online. The Summit will bring together stakeholders, members of the public and those working to protect heritage in communities, by showcasing successful projects, exploring challenges and opportunities and outlining progress in delivering the objectives
Council Partners Education News
Businesses, leaders, creative teams, and those who want to be job shapers not seekers are invited to the launch of an ambitious new collaborative opportunity between the Mid-East Regional Local Enterprise Offices and Trinity College Dublin. Local Enterprise Offices of Kildare, Meath and Wicklow have come together to extend an open invitation to the launch […]
Business Financial News
Soaring inflation have forced central banks in many developed countries to raise their interest rates in recent weeks. These organisations are in charge of attempts to rein in rising costs that are threatening to wreak havoc on household budgets in coming months. Western economies are currently experiencing two major shocks that are pushing up the costs of […]
Education Health News
A new study examining Covid-19 stress among Irish college students, conducted by the School of Psychology at Trinity College Dublin, has shown that certain sociodemographic groups were more likely to experience Covid-19-related stress. Students who identified as female, along with students experiencing chronic illness, financial concerns and higher levels of general
Education Environment News
Trinity College Dublin is launching a post graduate diploma in Engineering for Climate Action. This full-time or part-time Postgraduate programme (Level 9) offers a unique opportunity to transform the applicant’s skillset through a multidisciplinary course with a core engineering lens. An information session will be held on Friday 3rd of June between 1pm and 2pm. […]
Education Environment News
To engage with Irish practitioners across the country, the Department of Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering in Trinity College Dublin are delighted to invite you to join the free Engineering for Climate Action Lunchtime Lecture Webinar Series. The series will be held on subsequent Wednesday lunchtimes, from 13:00 – 14:00, between the 23rd of March and
Culture Education Health News
New research confirms that participating in creative activity in adult years promotes health and well- being and reduces loneliness, depression and stress. The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin, T.D., welcomed the results of a newly-published report by The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA) at Trinity College Dublin.
Education News
In January 2022, Trinity College Dublin is delighted to launch a new blended Postgraduate Diploma course in Circular Economy and Recycling Technologies. The programme, funded by the HEA’s Human Capital Initiative, is designed to provide graduates with the priority skills and critical knowledge needed for the circular economy area. For this reason,
Education News
As demand for remote work and study sets in for the long-run, Trinity Business School launches ‘four years in the making’ Flexible Executive MBA, only weeks after unveiling new state-of-the-art ‘Matrix Room.’ With 80% online delivery, and 20% on-campus learning, the new Flexible Executive MBA will complement the existing Full-Time and Executive MBA programmes already