Monthly Archives: May 2019

Dundalk IT Responds to TUI Statement on Technological University Status
Leaving Cert students who suffer bereavement can defer exams
Open Access Publishing: Plan S Update
The Leaving Cert might not be perfect but it is fairer than many other systems
Third level institutions to be questioned over links to spin-off companies
DkIT’s opportunity for University Status Slipping Away, Claims Union
Academic Freedom at Risk in Italy
Colleges log cost overruns of almost €70m for new buildings
State exams commission and Minister win limited appeal against Carter judgment
Trinity Professor Fell After Unclipping Safety Rope on Mount Everest
How Universities Are Working to Eliminate Period Poverty
Leo Varadkar Can’t Take Any Credit for Trinity’s Impressive New Business School
Search for Trinity Professor missing on Mount Everest called off
University of Limerick buys Dunnes Stores site for €8m
No Academic Representation on the Governing Body of Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, MICL
‘If it wasn’t for college friends giving me couch, I’d have slept in the park’
Ulster Unionist’s condemn Fianna Fail ‘campaign to ban British Army’ from Queen’s event
Minister Mitchell O’Connor welcomes the delivery of rent predictability measures for students living in student specific accommodation
Royal Irish Academy to establish a new academy for leading young researchers
State Examinations Commission appeals for teachers to mark exams