Monthly Archives: June 2016

‘It seemed too good to be true’ – UCD student tells of €4,400 accommodation scam
DkIT chaplaincy battle will see all colleges have to hire by public tender
Third-level college chaplaincies to be open to lay people
How much do chaplaincy services cost each third-level institution?
Erasmus programme with UK to continue for at least two years despite Brexit
Legislative Programme – Technological Universities Bill
Third Level Funding – Cassells Report
Public Sector Staff Remuneration – Union Membership
Academia and gender equality
Teachers and gardaí face sanctions over Lansdowne Road agreement
CAO countdown: Demand builds for construction graduates
UCC goes back to the soil with on-campus food project
UCD alerts gardaí to ‘theft’ of world timbers collection
NUI Galway to introduce gender-neutral bathrooms on campus from September
How will British science survive Brexit?
ASTI accepts invitation to talks with Education Minister Richard Bruton in dispute over Lansdowne Road Agreement on pay and productivity
UK college fees could triple for Irish students says Fine Gael MEP
Brexit threats to rights of migrant workers and students
Gender neutral bathrooms to be installed in NUI Galway
The limits of judicial deference to academic judgment