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Trinity College Dublin has elected Professor Linda Doyle as the first female provost to lead the university in its 429-year history. She will be the (...)

The all-female shortlist for Trinity College Dublin’s next provost includes Prof Linda Doyle, dean of research; Prof Linda Hogan, a theologian and former vice-provost; and Prof Jane Ohlmeyer, a high-profile historian. Photograph: iStock

Trinity College Dublin will unveil the first female provost to lead the university in its 429-year history on Saturday afternoon. About 860 full-time(...)

Prof Sarah Alyn-Stacey claims she was unfairly disqualified from running in the election to be Trinity’s next provost following her track-record of criticism of the management of the university.

A Trinity College Dublin professor who has been critical of university management claims she was unfairly disqualified from running in the election to(...)

George Salmon, provost of Trinity College Dublin from 1888 to 1904. He was fiercely opposed to the admission of female students to the university. Photograph: Frank Miller

It’s more than a century since the former provost of Trinity College Dublin George Salmon is reputed to have said: “Over my dead body will women enter(...)

Students have had to adjust to changed classroom environments due to Covid-19 restrictions. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

1. Reopening  schools Another shutdown of the school system looks certain - the only question is how long will it last? Current speculation(...)

Provost Patrick Prendergast is due to finish his 10-year term on July 31st next year. Photograph: iStock

Four leading female academics have put their names forward for the position of provost of Trinity College Dublin. Prof Linda Doyle, former dean of re(...)

Ireland ‘still has a good percentage of church attendance’ across the denominations. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Ireland “remains more God-fearing” than Britain, a leading Catholic theologian has said in response to research showing limited respect among British (...)

Olive’s Room in St Anne’s Park

Olive’s Room, the lovely Dublin City Council tearoom at the Red Stables in St Anne’s Park in Raheny, is named after Lady Olive Ardilaun, the one-time (...)

Trinity College Dublin has said it planned to commence an international recruitment campaign next month to fill assistant professorships in Children’s Literature, Medieval History, Global Politics, Midwifery and other areas. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The trade union representing university lecturers has criticised plans by Trinity College Dublin to fill 40 new academic posts through contracts outsi(...)

Chair of the Iona Institute board of directors Dr John Murray. Mr Murray has criticised a number of  high-profile Catholics calling for a Yes vote in the same-sex marriage referendum.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The chair of the Iona Institute’s board of directors Dr John Murray has questioned whether those prominent Catholics who have called for a Yes vote in(...)

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