Monthly Archives: November 2013

80% of first-year student grants paid or approved
Assessing school league tables
Labour big guns Quinn and Rabbitte face axe
Student funding suspended following budget problems
Technology enhanced learning in the chemistry classroom
The marketisation of our universities: Economic criteria get precedence over what’s good in human terms
A Degree of Betrayal: the relationship between PhD students and mentors
Web pages shut down after ‘rape’ warning
UCD officially opening €25m law school today
Is Google+ really Ireland’s third most popular social network?
Running university is serious business for Trinity’s provost
Assessing school league tables
Engineering firm looks overseas for engineering and science graduates
The political reform shortfall remains
REF more burdensome than RAE, pro v-cs state
UK science is under threat – from English higher education policy
DCU to lead Irish digital learning revolution
As the REF submission period ends, mismatched publishing incentives signal challenging times ahead in academia
Trinity College Dublin to establish ‘creative quarter’ for entrepreneurship
Assessing school league tables