Monthly Archives: May 2015

Public service pay deal costing €566m affordable, says Howlin
Low earners the big winners from Lansdowne Road pay deal
Public sector workers granted some pay restoration over three phases
Funding doubts causing university ‘brain drain’
Minister for Education and Skills announces more than 500 scholarships for American students looking to study in Higher Education Institutions in Ireland
Delivering Impact: A Comparison of Studies on the Economic Impact of Irish HEIs
Progress reported in public sector pay talks
HEA begins third-level gender equality review
NCAD Student Action march to the Department of Education
The peer review drugs don’t work
The university portrait
Public servants set to gain €1,000 next year in pay deal
A bridge too far?
Irish academic to be first woman to lead Oxford University
Gender inequality ‘a systemic issue for Irish higher education’
Over €3 million spent on technological universities
Scores plan for university degrees
Public sector pay talks to switch to issue of pension levy
Poor infrastructure ‘contributing to slip’ in university rankings
Are you there, State funding? It’s us, social sciences