Daily Archives: 29 November, 2018

University of Limerick criticised for ‘misleading’ PAC over pension top-ups
ASTI rejects pay deal for new entrant teachers
Higher Education Institutions – Funding
Brexit, Irish Higher Education and research: challenges and opportunities
Dáil: Future of funding of third-level education
Does science have a bullying problem?
UCD President’s Mar-a-Lago
Founder of UCD could be canonised next year
NUIGSU lose case against student accommodation provider Cúirt na Coiribe
Are lectures dying out?
In Response to Criticism the Plan S Adopts a Flexible Stance Toward Paywall-Based Journals and Hybrid Open Access
Over half of Trinity’s teaching spaces are rarely used
Physics Has an Obvious Gender Problem – So How Does Someone End Up Thinking the Field is Biased Against Men?
Consistently low level of student engagement with lecturers outside of class
Public sector workforce now higher than 2008 peak
Grade Inflation
When ‘ineligible’ for a contract turned out to be anything but!
New Year Structure Causes ‘Massive Stress’ for Students