Minister for Education also discussed €100 million in additional funding and supports for third-level at Connolly Café Youth Forum.
The I AM campaign aims to educate students on the range of sexualities and gender identities that exist in College.
Campaign aims to significantly increase philanthropic donations to the College, and build support from government and industry.
The Eduniversal rankings place the new Trinity MBA at 6th place, above business schools in both Oxford and Cambridge.
For the first time, the origins of eighty Roman remains found in York over a decade ago have been revealed by this genome analysis.
Results of the Irish Survey of Student Engagement show Trinity is weak when it comes to creating a “supportive learning environment”.
Psoriasis, which is currently incurable, affects over 100,000 people in Ireland.
Rankings, released this morning by Times Higher Education, reveal the top 200 most outward-looking institutions in the world.
The research, published today, could prove significant as concerns grow over use of fertilisers.
The funding will be used to support five different research projects across College.