Monthly Archives: September 2012

Speculation mounts that Bill Clinton will stay at JP McManus’s home during Limerick visit
British university students dissatisfied with feedback
Unis to prevail over threat from online courses
Sinead Morris reports on the prospects of a career in scientific research in Ireland
On statistics and league tables
Irish famine museum opens at US university
Leadership, Management and Role Models
Watch out students! Your degrees may be worthless
Investing in excellence at fourth level key to future
Nominations for Professor of Poetry
European Commission – Bringing teaching in from the cold
The limits of North American forms of university governance
Why some academics publish more
Postdocs – A voice for the voiceless
Is the Magna Charta Universitatum still relevant?
Meet Frank Cronin: the adventurous NUIG student
Third-level extravagance
Ed Miliband holds out hope Labour would bring down tuition fees
USI Referendum Blog: We Can Draw One Conclusion
Old-school tie: Trinity vs UCD