Monthly Archives: June 2014

Queen’s academic Tony Gallagher unaware of ‘phantom book’
Royal Society signs deal with SFI for research fellowships
The first female student of Trinity College Dublin
University College Cork drops motto from crest
20% of students are now in ‘serious financial difficulty’
Call for earlier Leaving Certificate results
New teaching institute sparks religious row
School principals calls for audit of teaching resources
System is seriously creaking under a growing appetite for learning
ICT in Education conference 2014
Name recognition challenge in science arena for NUI Galway
The gender gap remains in tech and science – and it’s hurting companies
US and Canadian academics demand changes to Confucius Institutes
Dogs and academic economists
RTÉ’s Mary Kennedy won’t follow Dobbo into the classroom
Graduate cost up to €100k
Cursive Is an Endangered Species
Procurement of Goods and Services by Irish Universities: A Spatial Analysis
INM sells education division including Independent Colleges
Education league tables having ‘detrimental’ effect