Monthly Archives: February 2017

UCD plans to convert student beds into seminar rooms
Far From a Nuisance, Industrial Action the Only Leverage Left for Trinity Academics
Free third-level courses to be offered to homemakers
Cost of Online Education May Be Higher Than We Think, Study Suggests
Technological University should be primarily in Waterford according to Sinn Féin TD
Siptu members announce one-day work stoppage at CIT Student Services
Union threatens action if ‘surplus’ teachers are fired
UCD gets Connemara film and sound archive of artists and poets
Limerick firms back €600,000 LIT scholarship plan
ASTI warns against plans to make surplus teachers redundant
To condone RAG Week is to condone carnage
An argument in favour of RAG week
Loneliness and Isolation in UCD
Henk Moed, ‘A critical comparative analysis of five world university rankings’
No Trigger Warnings Policy in Place in UCD Schools
Minister Bruton announces a further competitive Call to Higher Education providers for course proposals which will be funded under Springboard+ 2017
Israeli ambassador and TCD
Students cross a picket line every day
In Defense of the Lecture
Teachers face first forced redundancies in years