Monthly Archives: April 2015

SIPTU members to strike at Tyndall National Institute in UCC
University rankings undermine access policies, conference hears
LSE takes legal action to evict occupying student protesters
Ireland’s UCC, UCD, DCU and Trinity perform well across latest college rankings
Gender equality high court case begins as campaign raises €2000 in 2 weeks to support 5 women lecturers
Student suspended from Queen’s University Belfast over child porn convictions loses High Court challenge to sanction
Why are UK universities still relying on journal impact factors?
Four female lecturers at NUI Galway initiate High Court case against college
Examiners give hugely different marks
Unions back female NUIG lecturers in court actions over promotions
Obsession with college entry points and university rankings will only intensify
Leaving Cert exam papers ‘not very predictable’, says Minister
Ireland’s narrow research focus on commercial technology is short-sighted
DCU jumps 20 places in global rankings
Leaving Cert shake-up not ‘dumbing down’ exercise
Can academics ever really retire?
‘Young university’ rankings: DCU up, Maynooth down
Government approach to pay talks repeat Celtic Tiger errors, Creighton claims
Let’s ban PowerPoint in lectures – it makes students more stupid and professors more boring
Education (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2014: [Seanad Bill amended by the Dáil] Report and Final Stages