Monthly Archives: May 2016

NUI Galway seeks removal of ‘defamatory’ blog post
University tries to shut down this Web page!
How far should universities rank in Government’s pecking order?
UL under pressure to investigate expense claims
Female graduates expect to earn less than males
TUI decision on deal averts all-out war with teachers
Irish J1 students denied housing in Berkeley because of nationality
Cheap at any price?
Recession may have done lasting damage to women in workplace
Seagate job losses: Chamber says Magee expansion is now key for Derry jobs
Ireland’s first Honours Degree Apprenticeship
Teachers Union of Ireland votes in favour of working extra hours
Teachers in dispute: A collective agreement is the best way to restore pay and conditions
Improvements lead to earlier application dates for grants
Public servants ‘attacked’ during crisis entitled to restored pay – INMO
Leaving Cert: More students may now be eligible for higher grant payments
Too Many Problems Facing Higher Education Cannot be Solved by Increasing Student Fees
Government Paper Says Student Fees Need to be Raised Above €4,000 to Fund Higher Education Sector
Obituary: Brendan Walsh
All scientific papers to be free by 2020 under EU proposals