Monthly Archives: July 2018

Higher education, equality and hiring practices
Ring-fenced funding for multi-campus institutions is good news for GMIT
Refunds controversy shines light on quality of third-level learning
Galway students refunded after complaints about course
Are universities finally moving towards their #MeToo moment?
Limerick facing escalating student accommodation crisis
NUIG apologises over ‘major problems’ with journalism course
Trinity reverses decision to increase fees
Lawless urges Government to commit to CERN membership
Government Launch New €5m Higher Education Innovation and Transformation Fund
‘Critical’ need for investment in institutes of technology
Student fees refunded on concern over quality of course
Working conditions for archaeologists
It Would Be Unwise for College to Underestimate Take Back Trinity Again
Republicans and Democrats Both Think Higher Ed’s on the Wrong Track – for Very Different Reasons
South East’s ‘Missing Generation’
USI condemns TCD attempt to break international and postgrad fees agreement
The other millennium bug
University of Limerick whistleblowers call on Mary Harney to intervene in dispute
Trinity professor and driving force behind the modern St James’s Hospital