The move will see Trinity employing two full-time staff in China.
The union says Higher Education Minister Mary Mitchell O'Connor has overlooked the contribution of academic staff in summer assessments.
Students' results will start coming out on Monday, June 15th, according to a confidential document approved by University Council yesterday.
Boland, the paper's current deputy editor, will take over from Aisling Grace in May.
The government believes it's unlikely that social distancing measures will be lifted by the time the exams are due to start in June.
The centre, which will be located in the TBSI, will focus on designing drugs and a potential vaccine to fight the pandemic.
College will only run real-time online exams when they're ‘academically indispensable’, students were told today.
TILDA researchers have published a slew of new data that will help formulate policy on limiting the spread of the virus among older people.
Niamh McCay wrote to members of Council yesterday before it discussed a document that said a no-detriment policy is 'unworkable' in Trinity.
Council will today be asked to approve six alternative measures that Trinity says will ‘substantially mitigate the difficulties faced by students’.