Daily Archives: 26 January, 2018

Threats of cuts no way to boost third level
Anonymous €3m donation to get new UCD athletics track up and running
Waterford IT bosses accused of bluffing to PAC
Queen’s University appoints Ian Greer as vice-chancellor
Observers should be used to prevent gender bias in universities European report recommends
Funding plan for third level a recipe for disaster
Grade inflation could be the next battleground for higher education
People with jobs will now be eligible for free third level courses
The university of the future will be interdisciplinary
New President of NUI Galway wants clean slate
Student accommodation plan for docks halted by appeal
Ireland must invest in higher education to benefit from Brexit
Byrne welcomes passage of Technological Universities Bill
What marking exams tells us
Minister Mitchell O’Connor successfully steers the Technological Universities Bill through the Dáil last night
Technological universities a step closer following passage of Bill
Colleges defend asking job applicants their political persuasion
New era at NUI Galway: Let’s hope it bodes well for women’s promotions