Prof Jane Ohlmeyer: Planning for a Brighter Future

Prof Jane Ohlmeyer is one of three candidates currently running to be the next Provost of Trinity.
By Matt McCann

Prof Linda Doyle: Provost Election Interview Transcript

Prof Linda Doyle, a former Dean of Research in Trinity, is up against Prof Jane Ohlmeyer and Prof Linda Hogan in this year's Provost elections.

Linda Doyle: ‘It’s About Being in Service Rather Than About Power’

The Provost elections kicked off in earnest last night as candidates fielded questions from an online audience about what their provostship would look like.
By Jane Cook

The Long Road to Gender Equality in Academia

An all-female provost race is looking increasingly likely ahead of the nomination deadline this Friday, but for many women in Irish universities, the playing field is still far from level.
By Emma Taggart

Trinity’s Entrepreneurs Enter the Fore Despite COVID

For some the boredom and restlessness of quarantine spurred on their entrepreneurial spirit.
By Naoise D’Arcy

In the Midst of the Pandemic, Some Keep Up the Fight for Sustainability

The normal model for climate activists has been thrown out the window – but the importance of climate action has never been higher.
By Jody Druce

Meet the People Behind Trinity’s Multifaceted Climate Change Research

Climate change is a complex subject stretching across a variety of schools and disciplines.
By Alix Pletcher

The Renewed Scrutiny of Trinity’s Most Celebrated Philosopher, George Berkeley

Last year, in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, names of institutions and statues came under renewed scrutiny.
By Gillian O’Neill

The Most Read Articles of 2020

Here are the most read stories of the year, from the coronavirus to Normal People.
By Cormac Watson and Emer Moreau

A Look Back at the 2011 Provost Election

The last provost election was defined by Trinity’s ambitions on the world stage, the importance of philanthropic support for the College and Ireland’s financial crisis.
By Mairead Maguire and Emer Moreau