Monthly Archives: May 2022

Answers sought over UL’s Clare campus plans
Revisiting the Case for Irish Membership of CERN
HEA Statistics Newsletter Quarter 2 2022
Maynooth University admits it did not receive sanction to pay a staff member €137,011 while absent on ‘special leave’ for 18 months
College Approves Fee Increases for Non-EU and Postgrad Students
Incentivising students to work longer hours this summer will help support hospitality sector – Cummins
Govt considering revised earning limit for SUSI grant
Ulster University lecturers say industrial action has won ‘change’ for staff
Analysis: What is the Higher Education Authority Bill and what does it mean for Trinity?
Trinity College refuses to release emails relating to Holohan job
RCSI launches new development at 118 St Stephen’s Green
Academic role was created at college for second former secretary-general
Student dropout rates climb across several universities amid concern over low engagement
Record numbers of NI school leavers enter university
Nothing About Us Without Us
How €216k role was created for civil servant on secondment to university
The Search for a New UCD President
Leaving Cert results date may not be fixed until exams have started
UCD tenant ordered to pay college €18,200 in rent arrears
IFUT members identify funding, precarious employment and lecture recording among priorities for year ahead