Monthly Archives: October 2022

QUB condemns attacks on Professor Colin Harvey and emphasises importance of ‘academic freedom’
Trinity’s Science Gallery to reopen next year
Queen’s University: ‘Ongoing police engagement’ over staff safety
Poorer Protestant men ‘under-represented’ on degree courses
Harris announces department partnership with ESRI
Study Break At Last
Minister Harris launches national survey on student experiences of bullying in higher education institutions
MTU President calls for borrowing framework to be finalised
€1,000 fee refunds to begin from November
Unionists accuse Queen’s University Belfast of ‘partisan politics’ over united Ireland report
A job and a third-level degree no longer enough to protect people from poverty – ESRI
Maynooth University Cat Updates
Student accommodation proposal for former Mayo military barracks
SETU Has More To Focus On Than HQ Address
Two-thirds of international students in Ireland say housing crisis has negatively impacted their mental health
Why SETU Must Succeed
Minister Harris announces progress in Open Access to Irish research, benefitting researchers, students and citizens
University of Limerick confirms it held talks on housing Richard Harris archive
‘Standing room’ only at university drop-in counselling service
Foreign student accommodation survey reveals large number of scam victims