Daily Archives: 14 December, 2016

RCSI signs €50m deal with European Investment Bank
The Problem With Having a Single, Super University
University of Limerick working with HSE after ‘outbreak’ of STIs on campus
Institutes of Technology: Galway-Mayo IT
38% of Trinity Staff Employed on Temporary Contracts
USI Welcomes the Strategy for the Rental Sector
Limerick Institute of Technology to create 234 jobs with new engineering campus
PISA global education rankings are the road to ruin – here’s why
UCC Dean of Medicine Prof Mary Horgan is first woman named president elect of the Royal College of Physicians
‘Brexit and Irish Higher Education and Research: Challenges and Opportunities’
Halls Accommodation Project ‘Deprioritised’, as Other Campus Sites Explored
Precarious work is no longer atypical in academia
Trinity Considers Student Levy to Raise Income for Infrastructure
What We Tell Society Publishers About Open Access
Brexit by the numbers: the fear of brain drain
A dozen education issues set to dominate 2017
DCU’s ‘indifference’ to student addiction
Trinity’s climate initiative: a cool move or just hot air?