Monthly Archives: April 2016

DCU plans €230m expansion across four Dublin campuses
OH NO! ‘Time to ditch the college lecture?’
Two Theories About University Governance
60 GMIT staff face chop in cutbacks
Development plan to transform DCU will cost €230m
O’Sullivan to appeal directly to teachers in exam reform row
Accountancy exam paper dispute referred to EU court
Department of Education warns teachers about rejecting extra hours
JobBridge and creating employment
Who is Lynn Ruane? One of the Seanad’s new faces
Students chasing honours maths bonus risk being out of their depth
Concern at ‘basic skills’ of many Leaving Cert maths pupils
Has the way universities teach economics changed enough?
Lynn Ruane Defeats Barrett on Fifteenth Count to Secure Third TCD Panel Seat
Ivana Bacik Re-Elected to Seanad TCD Panel on Thirteenth Count
Gender quotas and universities
More information sought on student complex proposal
The sweet and sour of the pick’n’mix degree
Remembering John Byrne
Norris Re-Elected to Seanad TCD Panel on First Count