Monthly Archives: October 2016

Action needed on gender equality says UCC historian
Commitment to equal pay could halt ASTI action, says union
Trinity Aims to Redefine its Education, but Has to Build on Broken Systems to Do So
Government must not ‘wibble’ on Lansdowne Road
What next for universities after one hundred days of May?
Planning Application Submitted for Redesigned Oisín House Accommodation Project
TCD expects €34m deficit for last academic year
Public pay ‘restoration’ must be gradual
Trinity College Dublin seeking to sell naming rights for €1m
Third Level Funding
Do the numbers add up for UCC-IMI merger?
President Deeks Claims Confucius Overrun ‘Will Not Impact’ other Campus Projects
Ireland could join CERN by 2018 – Gianotti
Training institute to vote on merger with UCC
76,000 student grants paid so far, Susi says
Irish university students offer sex to fund studies, claims report
Teachers on strike and two-tier pay
We need to support our students – not throw them into debt
Extra pay on table for gardaí in attempt to head off strike
Imagine a TEF that actually measured teaching excellence …