Monthly Archives: May 2013

Technological University can benefit local economy
Trinity College launches Computer Science Initiative for the 21st Century Classroom
Students charged over Fine Gael website hacking
Students turn to gambling and medical trials to fund university
Students must wait five more years for merged institutes
Technological universities? A view from the South-East of Ireland
Quinn’s reforms
ITs cleared to become ‘technological universities’
Chief of Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland defends Bahrain campus
Women with first-class degree ‘earn no extra money’
Higher education set for structured consolidation
There Is No Gene for Finishing College
Further progress for South East Technological University – Coffey
Climate change, The Economist and The Irish Times
Scottish independence: University fee structure ‘legal’
Third Level Staff Remuneration – Earning in excess of €200,000
Cullinane welcomes announcement of technological university for the South East
Minister Sherlock positive on prospects for end-June agreement on EU research investment programme of up to €70bn
Clune welcomes major reorganisation of higher education
Reform of Higher Education could lead to University for Tallaght – Maloney