Monthly Archives: July 2017

Third Level Institutions Face Funding Cuts Over Gender Gap
Following Trinity’s Example, Queen’s University Belfast to Launch Consent Classes in October
A TEF for Ireland?
A Female University President is No Panacea for Deeper Gender Equality Issues
An honorary doctorate for Brian Cowen
Ireland Does Not Need a Teaching Framework that has Divided UK Higher Education
University of Limerick responds to ‘unprecedented’ student housing demands in city
University of Limerick spent close to €1.5m on legal fees with firm Arthur Cox
Not all PhD supervisors are natural mentors – some need training
NUI’s honorary doctorate for Brian Cowen
Brexit: what is at stake for UK universities?
Ex-UL president to hand back degree in Brian Cowen protest
An honorary doctorate for Brian Cowen
Lack of women at senior level in Irish universities
Explicit material: students want warning put on books
Closure of IT Tallaght Créche Will See Student-Parents Dropout Of College
Open access monograph dash could lead us off a cliff
There’s a gulf between academics and university management – and it’s growing
Teaching framework is not the solution to third-level education problems
Third level Access Schemes: What’s the Story?