Since 2014, there has been a nine per cent increase in women being promoted to top-level positions.
The report by the European Commission showed the landscape for third-level fees and supports across Europe.
The new publication, the 'Red Pen', hopes to fill what it sees as a left-wing niche in Trinity.
Doyle, the Director of Connect, will replace John Boland, who left the Dean of Research role last month.
The three unions are expecting Trinity's response to government advice on the use of fixed-term contracts.
The union will hold elections to replace Ascough at the end of November.
Despite the majority of undergraduate students being female, there is a larger number of male society chairs.
Some College Board members expressed anger over the fee increase, while others were concerned about the powers granted to Finance Committee.
The new structure will see the union split into a student senate and an academic council.
Trinity graduate and quantum physicist Dr Ciarán Seoighe will join Science Foundation Ireland in January.