Trinity has joined an IUA framework to systematise and accredit short, intensive modules for postgraduate students.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced universities to confront the problem of anti-Asian racism on their campuses.
A new type of influencer – the PhD candidate – is emerging online in an attempt to combat the loneliness and pressures of the work.
Points went up in many courses as College received a record number of first-preference applications.
Jetting across the world to meet other researchers may have to become a thing of the past if universities are to help fight climate change.
After high-profile cyber attacks in Ireland and abroad, training people in cyber security has never been more important.
Colleges are taking steps to allow non-binary students to use gender-neutral pronouns on official records, but ignorance and discrimination persist.
Patrick Prendergast situated capital projects at the forefront of his tenure as provost, but some groups felt left behind.
The internationalisation of Trinity was one of the central aspects of Patrick Prendergast's tenure.
Provost Patrick Prendergast didn’t always see eye to eye with Trinity’s students, but he maintains he always had their best interests at heart.