Daily Archives: 16 June, 2016

University of Limerick student to allege vet sexually harassed her, defamation trial hears
Fitzpatrick calls for increased funding for Dundalk IT ‘as a matter of urgency’
Members of UCC’s governing body criticise university’s Watson decision
Grade inflation: doesn’t bother me
Universities may be obliged to compete for funds, says Bruton
Trinity agrees to take over former AIB IFSC office for research and development
UCC criticised for naming building in honour of Nobel laureate
7,000 Leaving Cert pupils already awarded their Susi grants
Students to fork out €6,000 for housing as rents spiral
UCC sparks row over name of new building
University of Limerick whistleblowers demand ‘case clarity’
US ambassador recalls ‘unimaginable’ Berkeley tragedy