Monthly Archives: March 2022

Gardaí break up College Road house party as large crowd attends mini-gig
Trinity College to scale back €1bn tech-friendly innovation campus due to lack of government backing
New Professorial Position in Astrophysics or Cosmology at Maynooth!
UCD’s Autumn 2020 Return to Campus was Shambolic. Here’s why
‘Resourcing higher education in Ireland – Funding higher education institutions’
Irish Universities launch applications for new senior academic posts under Cycle 2 of the Senior Academic Leadership Initiative
New Atlantic TU to Support over 3,100 Jobs per year
College Left €150m Short for Trinity East by Government
Maynooth University Library Cat Update
UCD denies ‘dumping’ books from library after staff member raises concerns
Welcome for Leaving Cert reforms, but ASTI and TUI opposed to teachers assessing their own students
Support for call to have new university HQ based in Mayo
Minister Foley announces plan for reform of Senior Cycle education
Universities fear later Leaving Cert results could delay start to new academic year
Mandatory Consent Classes
University: Number of NI students highest in decade
How precarious jobs are affecting Irish third-level education
Two people treated for smoke inhalation after fire at University College Cork
UK universities told they are ‘soft touch’ for autocrats
Fire at UCC: Two people injured