Monthly Archives: April 2020

University of Limerick reveals when it hopes to re-open
University students face delays starting new academic year
When to bury an academic paper?
Getting Bored of People Stating the Obvious
Why You Shouldn’t Try to Replicate Your Classroom Teaching Online
Chief Medical Officer congratulates UL graduates following ‘remote’ conferring
Learners flock to colleges to help combat Covid-19 threat
Junior Cycle students will not have to sit exams in the autumn – Joe McHugh
Key Covid-19 Research Funding Announcement Welcomed by Universities
Assignments replacing exams
University lecturers warn of ‘enrolment chaos’ in autumn
Scientific and Scholarly Meetings in the Time of Pandemic
NUIG says funding will support Covid-19 focused research
Accommodation concerns as NUIG unveils radical changes to academic year
One month to make progress on Magee Medical School
Women academics seem to be submitting fewer papers during coronavirus. ‘Never seen anything like it,’ says one editor.
Call for urgent plan to safeguard third-level sector from serious financial fallout due to Covid-19
UCD Students’ Union Hits Back At University Observer Over Staff Wage Cuts
‘We Need You’, Taoiseach Tells Trinity’s Graduating Medicine Students
Nearly half of international students against doing degrees online amid Covid-19