Monthly Archives: October 2012

Uncertainty and economists’ predictions – Why economists need malpractice insurance
Students to protest at local level
Further cuts in education will prevent schools maintaining 28 hour tuition week – Deputy Jonathan O’Brien TD
Maíonn suirbhé Eorpach go bhfuil an Ghaeilge i mbaol faoi bhás digiteach a fháil
Accelerating Science
SU receive complaints over ‘sexist’ Halloween Ball advert
New sixth-form maths course will focus on ‘real’ problems
A fall in standards
Napsterisation of learning: Democratisation, decentralisation and disintermediation of learning
And then there were five
Concern at college grant processing backlog in Westmeath
UCD surplus of €3.3m reduces deficit to €3.2m
Students in crisis over grant delays
NUI Galway business school sets up network for economics graduates
Where will they go? Student Destinations – Global Agent Survey
University is ‘just a £3,000 library card’
Student union launches campaign site targeting TDs and Senators
Merging of science roles could mean conflict of interest
Students on grants face losing out on services
Hurricane Sandy Deals Powerful Blow to Colleges in Mid-Atlantic States