Monthly Archives: March 2021

€1,000-a-day job filled without following procedures
Taylor & Francis Group and IReL agree three year ‘read and publish’ deal
Even More Delays For UCD’s New Student Accommodation Are Possible
Third level and dropping out
An Bord Pleanala makes decision on Limerick student halls project
Term’s over, but the parties go on in Belfast’s troubled Holyland
Senator David Norris Calls for Suspension of Provost Election
‘Significant step forward’ for gender equality in Ireland as five institutions awarded Athena SWAN Bronze
At IFUT Hustings, Provostial Candidates Call for New Approach to Employment
Provost of Trinity election
Book review: The New Power University by Jonathan Grant
Provost candidates diverge in stances on international student fees increases
Research and Development – Public Investment
Ministers lodge objections to 698-bed student accommodation in Goatstown
‘Motivation matters: predicting students’ career decidedness and intention to drop out after the first year in higher education’
The higher education sector has a unique role to play in preventing sexual violence
Trinity and Chinese universities
There’s big problems with the market for academic e-books
Drop-out rates in some third-level STEM courses hitting 80%
Deeks Defends ‘Academic Freedom’ in Email to Staff