Monthly Archives: November 2015

IT lecturers protest over cutbacks
Lunchtime protest outside Institutes of Technology today
Female academic leaders suffer more from ‘workaholic’ hours culture
GMIT lecturers to hold protest over funding and education concerns
Student Grant Scheme Eligibility: CAO and SUSI
Tenders published to turn Cork City home of George Boole into visitor centre
7 Demands for Casualised University Workers
Universities and Global Rankings: Linking University Performance with National Economy
Returning to Trinity early will be difficult for students on Erasmus in France after Paris attacks
How the legal nature of the student-university relationship has changed
A college education is a right open to all, not a privilege
QUB Staff, UCU and Fossil Free Protest
Big is beautiful for merging universities
2015 ‘Dance Your PhD’ results
Technology and wellbeing: Mental health needs its place on campus
‘About time’ value of quality assurance is demonstrated
DCU named in league table of top universities in the world
OECD report an endorsement of work of Irish teachers and lecturers
Education at a Glance 2015 – OECD Indicators
Irish teachers amongst best paid in world, despite ‘austerity’ cuts – OECD