Trinity College Dublin (Ireland)

Trinity College Dublin announces a €25 million donation from Naughton Family paving the way for a new €60 million E3 Institute

Trinity College Dublin announced plans for a €60 million new E3 Institute in Engineering, Energy and Environment that has been made possible with a major private philanthropic donation by the Naughton family through the Naughton Foundation, established by the founder of the Glen Dimplex Group, Dr Martin Naughton, and his wife, Carmel. This will be combined with Government funding from the Department of Education and Skills. The Naughton family has made the single largest private philanthropic donation in the history of the state to the new E3 institute by donating €25 million. An additional €15 million is being made available by the Department of Education and Skills. This funding will be provided through the Higher Education Authority (HEA). In addition Read more…

By Joeran Beel, ago
Trinity College Dublin (Ireland)

TCD’s Junior Sports Leadership Course – applications open!

Trinty College Dublin has the perfect solution for young people aged 16-18 who want to stay busy for the summer. Trinity Sport has opened applications for the Junior Sports Leadership Programme 2018. The programme is open to anyone aged 16-18 who wish to broaden their knowledge of sport and coaching. The programme is an excellent learning opportunity, while also providing practical coaching experience. It is open to family members of students and staff, as well as members of the public. There are three phases to the programme: Phase 1 – A one week, 20-hour module in coaching and leadership skills Phase 2 – Undertaking 2 weeks voluntary coaching and leadership on our children’s sports camps this summer Phase 3 – Read more…

By Joeran Beel, ago