Monthly Archives: August 2018

World-Class Universities: what are they, and why are they relevant?
Some thoughts on constructivism in a STEM context
University in fresh talks on Limerick city centre site
More than aspiration needed to tackle gender discrimination
‘Serious data protection flaw’ in Student Leap Card system
Only a third of graduates return to NI
Private sector workers earn €14k less than those in public sector
Housing crisis may have lead to drop in CAO points
Trinity College plans to spend €170,000 on wine
If we don’t support students, how can we expect our society to flourish?
What we’ve learned from the CAO round two offers
UCC cuts the jargon in new Instagram campaign
Barnacle, Schmidt and Cuthbert, ‘Expertise and the PhD: Between depth and a flat place’
College places for 2,226 in second round of CAO offers
Published … the alienated academic: the struggle for autonomy inside the University
CAO 2018: Points may have dropped due to housing crisis
Higher Education Authority raised department role before CEO resigned
Brian Cox, exams and what Level 8 means
The academic life – student emails
University Challenge to introduce ‘gender neutral’ questions to encourage more female contestants