Monthly Archives: July 2021

10 Years as Provost: Patrick Prendergast’s Final Interview
Ulster University leaps to second place in postgrad research survey
Conversations with Leaders: Prof Linda Doyle, the new provost of Trinity College
59% of students struggled mentally last year
Cancelled exams see doubling of legal actions against Department of Education
New Term Ahead!
Reflections – 30 thoughts on 30 years in academia
USI Calls for College-Owned Student Accommodation Plan in Budget 2022
NI universities defend efforts to address student mental health and wellbeing
Cassells is Finally Coming to a Close – But is it Too Late?
IEEE and IReL expand access to Irish technology research with new transformative OA agreement
‘We Won’t be Introducing Student Loans’, Harris says of Cassells Report
Accommodation Providers Could Skirt New Rent Legislation Over Summer
Limits on college lecture numbers will see blended learning continue
Student houses cold and mouldy, researchers find
Remote learning proves challenging for marginalised groups
€105 million funding for safe on-site return to third level in September, Minister Harris announces
Minister Harris welcomes EUA report commending Irish higher education institutions for ‘professionalising’ the delivery of postgraduate research education
Karran, Beiter and Mallinson, ‘Academic freedom in contemporary Britain: A cause for concern?’
One Third of Student Nurses, Midwives Yet to Receive COVID Grant