Daily Archives: 27 May, 2020

Munster Tech University ‘a perfect opportunity for Cork’s forgotten northside’
The Storyteller
More than 1,500 scientists issue funding warning and call for department for higher education and research
USI to Back Student Tenants’ Unions in Fight for Rent Reforms Amid Pandemic
Education unions call for third level forum
Classes of Up to 25 Students Could be Taught In Person Next Year
Lorna Fitzpatrick Re-Elected USI President, After Running Unopposed
‘Students like the flexibility’: why online universities are here to stay
The myth of lower and higher order thinking
Students warned not to commit to college accommodation until they know if they need it
60% of Leaving Cert students sign up for calculated grades
Many Leaving Cert students likely to defer college places this year, says report
New measures introduced to help English language foreign students in Ireland
Leaving Cert: Teachers advised to ‘destroy’ documents relating to students’ grades
Call for Papers: The Labour of COVID section of Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labour
Purdue and Notre Dame Are Going to Open for In-Person Instruction
Queen’s University: New students ‘will be taught remotely’
University of Limerick to refund students living in campus accommodation
Metathesiophobia in education
University of Limerick head resigns over personal Covid-19 health concerns