DU Archaeological Society aims to provide the student body with up to date information on Archaeology in Ireland and further afield, including excavations, events and career opportunities.
The Biochemical Society aims to stimulate interest in the fields of Biochemistry and Immunology amongst its members which include postgraduates, undergraduates, postdocs and PI's. The society host weekly talks throughout the academic year by invited high-profile speaker
Established in 1874, 'Biosoc' is one of Trinity?s oldest societies and caters for everyone with an interest in healthcare and medicine. Throughout the year we run events like our book sale, Christmas trip, Med Ball, medical intervarsities, along with numerous seminars a
The Botanical Society was set up to promote botanical awareness among society members and the greater college environ through talks, field trips, and other events.
Dublin University Business and Economics Society ( DUBES)
First and foremost, our aim is to provide top quality guest speakers and academic content for those with an interest in Classics, as well as organising more laid back social events. If you join us you can look forward to our annual student-directed play, the fabulous Im
Welcome to the 146th session of Dublin University Engineering Society. Founded in 1866, DU EngSoc represents Engineering students at Trinity College Dublin... however non-engineers are also very welcome! Our aims are: To help incoming students settle into college lif
DU History is one of trinity's oldest and most active societies. We seek to engender an appreciation for and an enjoyment of history. You do not need to study history to get involved in our society, we're open to absolutely anyone with an interest in anything historical
The Joly Society is the college's geological society. We aim to inspire, enlighten and entertain our members with the exciting history and the workings of our dynamic planet Earth through a range of topical talks, Social events and field trips.
The Law Society is one of the biggest, most active and most vibrant societies on the Trinity College campus, involving members from a wide range of faculties. Law Soc brings their members a huge range of events throughout the year, from our distinguished Speaker Series
This bright society plans events for its members such as guest speakers, race nights, karaoke nights, networking nights, "team-building" trips away, sports leagues, trading games and lots, lots more.
We are a student run, mathematicalIy orientated society. We put on weekly events during termtime for anyone with even the remotest interest in mathematics - including but not restricted to talks by visiting lecturers, poker nights, film showings, careers fairs and dough
Founded in 1976 to review conceptual and technological advances in diverse areas of microbiology, mycology, virology and biotechnology.
DUPSA is Trinity's pharmaceutical society. It places an emphasis on fun and entertainment for all aspirin' pharmacists in Trinity. Events throughout the year include many wine receptions, a mystery tour, a Pharmacy ball, and also a soccer tournament. DUPSA also have a s
DU Physoc aims to provide a space for people interested in physics. We host talks on a fortnightly basis, as well as organise social events such as quizzes, board game nights and of course our Halloween and Christmas parties.We are introducing Physoc Lunch Time Chats, i
DU Psych Soc is committed to promoting the field of psychology within College and promises to bring students the best psychologically themed events around. Our guest speakers give talks on topical issues within the field of psychology and our regular Psychbanter session
SocSoc is Trinity's one stop shop for all things Sociological! Dublin University Sociology Society (SocSoc for short) was founded in 2013. SocSoc is open to everyone with an interest in Sociology and how we are all affected by the big and small things in society. SocSoc
Theo (College Theological Society), based in the GMB, is one of Trinity College's oldest societies. It regularly holds guest lectures and informal talks on a wide variety of topics, as well as social events, such as parties and film nights, providing a fun and relaxed environment for members to enjoy.
DU ZooSoc is the go-to society for animal lovers. We host talks from a wide range of zoologists and other professionals, make expeditions to observe wildlife and organised renowned trips away. We also bring animals to campus so you can get up and close and personal with