Monthly Archives: May 2020

Trinity plans to limit deferrals for students in the next academic year
The Demented University
Thoughts on the Dermot Ferriter article
More thoughts on lower and higher-order thinking
International enrolment drop to cost universities US$4.5bn
What are scientific papers for?
Maurice Quinlivan TD welcomes UL decision to ‘do the right thing’ on student rents
Can public sector pay rises be justified during coronavirus?
In the UK, Liberal Arts Offer a Different Philosophy on Higher Education
No €6,750-a-year JP McManus scholarships for calculated grades
Concern after 994 students fail to register
Third level and a change of mind
Reopening education
Anne Kernan obituary: trailblazing Irish physicist
Assessing the Leaving Certificate
UL student accommodation refunds to cost about €3.45m
Trinity’s Erasmus Decision Spawns as Many Questions as it Answers
Finance Minister Confirms Public Sector Pay Rise
Technological Universities
Third Level Admissions