Monthly Archives: December 2020

Teacher unions split on impact of new deal on two-tier pay scales
UCD spent €8.6m last year without following procurement rules
Review of allowances should look at other student groups as well as nurses – Siptu
Funding NI Erasmus students
Taoiseach told of student nurses’ concerns as early as last summer
Why we need to teach about the culture of science
‘I don’t ever want to ever, ever, ever, hear a story like Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin’s again in an Irish institution’ – Simon Harris
Ireland looks to EU: Ireland should engage more with Erasmus programme as funding increases – says Cork MEP
‘We were left with just €15 after paying the rent’: Students living on the PUP
PhD rights have been ignored in new employment framework, says SIPTU
‘Northside needs a college campus,’ says Cork TD
Queen’s and Ulster University can join new UK scheme and Erasmus
TCD gets permission for €9m revamp of Rubrics building
Erasmus withdrawal described as ‘huge blow’ by Scottish Government
Protestor sent to prison after alleged criminal damage at Trinity
Developing critical thinkers
Uptick in numbers studying remotely at third-level institutions
Ministers Foley and Harris publish Education Indicators 2020 report: facts and figures on all aspects of the education system
Erasmus Minus
Colleges spend €230,000 on fees after sexual harassment claims