Monthly Archives: November 2020

Knowledge, Disciplines and Skills: finding the sweet spot
If you can’t be kind in peer review, be neutral
What to expect from the OECD review of the Irish Education System
Trinity Needs Normalcy Post Pandemic – Not Black Mirror-Esque Innovations
OECD unclear how ‘rigid’ Leaving Cert prepares students for future
Is it the Right Time to be Talking About In-person Teaching Next Semester?
Can Biden help reset China-US HE and research relations?
A new provost is a chance for a new Trinity
How the pandemic has affected UL international students
A few things I’ve learned from a Covid semester
Third degree: College students struggling to cope with remote learning experience
Queen’s University slammed as zero hours staff sidelined
Erasmus must only happen next semester with increased student supports
College Plans for Increase in In-Person Teaching Next Semester
To seize North Quays moment, Waterford now needs to raise its University sights
A nationwide university rent strike is sweeping the country as more students join the movement
Moving Further and Higher Education forward within Level 3 – Minister Harris
Student Grant Scheme – Covid-19
Third Level Admissions
UCD students ‘outraged’ at reports college made €11m extra in fees this year