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Sarah Gallagher

Sorcha Ní­ Ghallachóir was born and raised in the heart of the Gaeltacht in Gaoth Dobhair, Co. Donegal. She is a native Irish speaker who achieved an Honours Bachelor degree in Early and Modern Irish, from Trinity College in 2008. Her experience as an Irish Language Teaching Assistant for the School Of Linguistics, Speech and…

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Ross Malervy

Ross Malervy is an incoming student to the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, where he will undertake an LLM degree. Originally from Kells, County Meath, Ross studied Law and Political Science in Trinity College Dublin for his undergraduate degree. Ross hopes to focus on comparative constitutional law and US adminstrative Law during his masters…

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Kate Haley

Kate Haley is a screenwriter and film director from Co. Donegal, Ireland. Her film credits include writing and directing the short films a ‘Risk’ (2017), ‘A Park Bench’ (2017) and more recently ‘A Death in the Family’ (2020) which was shortlisted for Screen Ireland’s Short Film Programme. ‘A Death in the Family’ made its North…

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Robert Conway Kenny

Dr. Robert Conway-Kenny is currently the Science and Technology Programme Manager for the RDS, one of Ireland’s longest established philanthropic organisations. He received a B.A. (Mod) in Chemistry from Trinity College Dublin in 2013, before undertaking a Ph.D. in the Chemistry of Molecular Materials at the same institution. Most recently, Robert was a Research Fellow…

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Dylan Lynch

Dylan Lynch is a PhD candidate in the School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin. He holds a first-class honours degree in Medicinal Chemistry and is an active science communicator, having worked extensively with Science Gallery Dublin. His PhD research, funded by Science Foundation Ireland, delves into synthetic methods for stabilising therapeutically-important proteins. Dylan also researches…

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Iseult Sheehy

Iseult Sheehy is an MSc Student of Development Practice at Trinity College Dublin and Executive Coordinator of Natural Capital Ireland. She completed a BA in Economics and Political Science at Trinity with a focus on climate change and sustainability as a mature student, having worked for ten years in the creative arts across the music,…

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Síona Molony

Síona Molony is a graduate of Law from Trinity College Dublin. She completed a year-long Erasmus exchange at Sciences Po Paris, living in the Irish Cultural Centre. While at Trinity, Síona was Managing Editor of the Trinity College Law Review, Speaker Coordinator for Trinity Women in Law, and an active volunteer with the Trinity Vincent…

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Alexander O’Hara

Alexander O’Hara is a Research Fellow in Historical Theology at the Loyola Institute, Trinity College Dublin. A historian of Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages specialising in monastic history and theology, the medieval cult of the saints and medieval Latin literary culture, he is a graduate of the University of St Andrews and Oxford University.…

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