Society Officer Handover training took place 10th April 2019 to assist newly elected society committees.
The handout document and check sheet distributed at the event is downloadable here handover training 2019
Information on each society officer role can be found trinitysocieties.ie/running-a-society
How to book a room for a society event trinitysocieties.ie/running-a-society/room-bookings-2
Check your @CSC.TCD.IE email on webmail.csc.tcd.ie
Log into your membership mail management system myEmma.com
Useful information provided by the TCD Equality Office for your society.
http://www.tcd.ie/disability/physical-access/Building-check/ for checking if a venue is physically accessible
http://www.tcd.ie/equality/policy/other-policies/#ISL for guidance on booking an ISL interpreter if a deaf student is attending your event
http://www.tcd.ie/equality/projects/equality-fund/ for information on the Equality Fund
http://www.tcd.ie/equality/projects/equality-champions-awards/ for information on the Equality Champions Awards
Handover training will take place 10th April from 5pm-6.15pm in JM Synge Theatre in the Arts Building.
This training aims to cover anything that newly elected society committees need to know to get started, and get you through to Freshers Week 2019. More in-depth training will take place at Officers Training later in September (date and location TBC).
We will cover information such as;
– Overview of the roles – Chair, Treasurer and Secretary
– The CSC office, services and facilities
– Your society bank accounts.
– Booking rooms on campus
– Freshers’ week
Many thanks to all of the students who ran at the CSC AGM yesterday, and congratulation to the newly elected CSC Officers and executive
As your AGM draws closer, it is your responsibility to make sure that you know how to run the AGM successfully.
To this end, I will be holding an AGM workshop in the Eliz Rooms during my office hours on Friday 2-3pm.
If you have any AGM queries, please feel free to email me at email@example.com.
Slides – How to Run an AGM 19
Best Poster: The World Was Purple Shadows Trinity Arts Festival
Best Publication: Christmas Exhibition DU Photographic Society
Best Multi-Day Event: ‘What If…? Trinity Christian Union
Most Improved Society: Voluntary Tuition Programme
Best New Society: Vegan Society
Best Individual: Sam Hardiman DU Music Society
Best Fresher: Todd Pender Trinity Literary Society
Best Collaborative Event: Multicultural Showcase – Music, Cumann Gaelach, Tradsoc, Arabesque, Russian, French, Hispanic, German, Indian, Chinese Society
Best 4th Week Event: Mindfulness Day – DU Mediation Society
Best Medium Society: Musical Theatre Society
Best Large Society: DU Players
Best Small Society: FLAC
Best Event: This House Believes Society is Failing People with Disabilities The Philosophical Society AND The Annual Panto Vincent de Paul
Best Overall Society: FLAC
Best Online Presence: Trinity Arts Festival
Societies Choice: Environment Society
Full Shortlist of the nominees for the Society of the Year 2019 sponsored by Bank of Ireland
BEST MEDIUM SOCIETY
BEST LARGE SOCIETY
Student Managed Fund
Vincent de Paul
BEST SMALL SOCIETY
Free Legal Advice Centre (FLAC)
Trinity Arts Festival
BEST NEW SOCIETY
MOST IMPROVED SOCIETY
Voluntary Tuition Programme
Benjamin McConkey (Politics), Charlotte Van Spall (SOFIA), Daniel Graczyk (Meditation), Gabrielle Fullam (Players), Ines Lonergan (Laurentians), Jamie Aspell (Law), Jiye Xie (Photographic), Joe Kelly (Space), Kevin Mullaney (Psychological), Molly Donnery (Film), Niamh Carey (Cumann Gaelach), Nicky Pochinkov (Vegan), Rachel Galvin (Musical Theatre), Seán Francis (Archaeology), Seirce Mhac Chongaill (Trinity Arts Festival), Todd Pender (Literary), Vince Casey (Computer Science)
BEST COLLABORATIVE EVENT
‘Are You Smarter Than a Junior Cert Student’ (Voluntary Tuition Programme & Vincent de Paul)
Multicultural Showcase (Music, Cumann Gaelach, Tradsoc, Arabesque, Russian, French, Hispanic, German, Indian, Chinese)
Pink Party: A Celebration of Feminist Art (TAF, Visarts, Photographic, Digital Arts)
The Winter Showcase (TMTS, Dance, Music, Singers)
Aisling Kearney (Literary), Austin Hughes (Players), Britta Thiemt (Psychological), Charlotte Van Spall (SOFIA), Ciara Mullarkey (Germanic), Ciara ní Mhurchú (Cumann Gaelach), Claudia Mannix (Photographic) Ekaterina Lait (Entrepreneurial), Eoin Roche (Comedy), Gerry Doherty (Laurentian), Iseult Deane (TAF), James Cotter (VTP), Jerzy Jaśkuć (Computer Science), Kate Fahy (Law), Komal Malviya (Environment), Lauren McDonald (Musical Theatre), Maggie Goulden (Space), Malika Grant (Afro Caribbean), Marie-Louise O’Callaghan (SMF), Mary Hastings (FLAC), Michael-John Gillen (Historical), Micheál Ganley (Politics), Pat Gannon (Mature), Rachel Buckley (Student 2 Student), Sam Hardiman (Music), Shauna Kelly (Engineering), Sorcha Ryder (Philosophical), Stephen Smith (Archaeology), Susannah Hunt (Film)
BEST 4th WEEK EVENT
Young Design Showcase – Fashion
Mindfulness Day – Meditation
PAVternoon Concert – Music
Mamma Mia: Here we go in 12 Hours – Musical Theatre
The World Was Purple Shadow: GMB Takeover – Trinity Arts Festival
BEST MULTI-DAY EVENT
‘What If…?’ (Christian Union)
Éigse na Tríonóide (Cumann Gaelach)
Green Week (Environment)
Trinity Arts Festival 2019 (TAF)
Dragon’s Den (Entrepreneurial)
Trinity Fashion Show (Fashion)
This House Believes Society is Failing People with Disabilities (Philosophical)
The Annual Panto (Vincent de Paul)
Writings About Music (Music)
Christmas Exhibition 2018 (Photographic)
The TCDCU Guide to Freshers (Christian Union)
Chicago Programme (Musical Theatre)
Chicago (Musical Theatre)
THW Forgive The Catholic Church (Philosophical)
Depicting Protest (Photographic)
The World Was Purple Shadow (Trinity Arts Festival)
CSC Society of the Year Awards 2019 take place 13th March.
Nominations for awards are now open via your society account on the CSC site
Deadline for nominations is 5pm Tuesday the 5th March
Supporting Diversity & Inclusion in Societies – organised by the CSC and the TCD Director of Diversity & Inclusion.
Date: 12th Feb 2019
Location: Room 2 The Atrium – TCD campus
This is an information session designed to inform and support student groups in TCD. The objective of which is to help societies, clubs etc to become more equal and inclusive places for all members of college.
Delivered by the TCD Director of Diversity and Inclusion we aim to cover the following;
- Making your communication and events more accessible
The Equality Diversity and Inclusion Polices and how they apply to you.
Challenging inappropriate behaviour e.g bullying, harassment
Supporting your society’s members
Diversity concepts (e.g. equality/diversity/gender bias/stereotypes/privilege
The CSC Hilary Term General Meeting will take place on Tuesday 29th January at 5p.m. in the Ui Cadhain Theatre, Arts Building.
This meeting should be attended by the treasurer of each society.