Daily Archives: 10 October, 2018

Universities have failed to appoint a female president for 426 years, says Minister
Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) (Amendment) Bill 2018 completes second stage in Seanad Éireann
Why should the taxpayer fund misogyny in our universities?
Hillary Clinton warns NI peace is ‘fragile’ as she accepts honorary doctorate in Belfast
Students left out in the cold in Budget 2019 – Kathleen Funchion TD
Govt still failing to meet R&D strategy expenditure targets
14 members of IT Tralee’s Academic Council resign citing failures to safeguard academic standards at the college
WIT President excited by the ‘new Waterford’
The time for technological higher education is here and now
Leaving Cert students get surprise upgrades over decision to allow different exam answer
Higher Education needs Rainy Day Fund now not in future, says IFUT
University ‘dual nationality’ plan for Brexit
Teachers mark down minister for failing to end austerity-era cuts
What the ‘Grievance Studies’ Hoax Means
Late offers come after 1,453 exam upgrades
The shoddy, absurd and unethical side of academia