The College Disability Service has launched a new website to help people with autism make the transition from school to Trinity.
The HEA is to hear the results of a report into the merger of Cork IT and IT Tralee this week.
A €40 million government investment will allow the SFI research centre to create 350 research positions between now and 2025.
Dublin City Council will trial College Green as a pedestrianised space on three consecutive Sundays this summer.
The university has been granted planning permission to build new student accommodation worth €23 million.
Former Radius Editor Katy Amos and outgoing News Editor Aisling Marren will serve as assistant editors.
DCU has announced a number of new partial and full scholarships for refugees and asylum seekers.
A reception to mark the end of Chris Morash's three-year term as Vice-Provost was held in the Provost's House this evening.
Minister for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O'Connor said that 'there is no reason for women to play the second fiddle' in academia.
Differing interpretations of government guidelines mean Trinity's midwives are working 13-hour shifts on placement with no travel expenses.