Monthly Archives: January 2022

Syrian academic ‘angry’ after visa for Dublin scholarship is rejected
Plan to reduce €3,000 charge for third-level education to be considered by Cabinet
Consent Education in Colleges is Not Working. Recent Survey Results Prove it
Nowhere to Live, Nowhere to Learn, Nowhere to Drink
At Science Gallery, Students Protest Closure of a ‘National Treasure’
College events and restaurants to return to pre-Covid rules
No plans for State-backed research on links between climate change and specific weather extremes
Trinity Science Gallery to be ‘reimagined’ after unsustainable losses
Protest organised to save Science Gallery as Taoiseach says funding has been offered
Higher Education Authority Bill 2022: Second Stage (Resumed)
University strikes: Queen’s and Ulster University face further action
Call for colleges to fund Rape Crisis Centres to support student victims
Higher Education Authority Bill 2022: Second Stage
HECA Next Steps Report: Connected Conversations
University Presidents need to step up to challenge and introduce mandatory consent classes – Carroll MacNeill
Seanad bye-election to fill seat vacated by Ivana Bacik
Higher Education Minister Simon Harris promises action on ‘deeply troubling’ levels of sexual violence reported by students
Thousands of college students experienced sexual violence or harassment – study
University Strategy Safari
Northern Ireland students: Third got top degree grade in 2021