Monthly Archives: December 2022

Ireland and CERN
A happy new year for Ireland and Cern
MTU: Construction of STEM Building and Learning Resource Centre to commence in early 2023
Leaving Cert results will run late for fourth year in a row
Afghanistan’s 35 private universities staring at imminent closure
TUS Athlone campus to break new ground on multi-million euro STEM facility development
Student housing complex planned near Limerick School of Art and Design
Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin welcomes UCD apology for ‘inadequate’ response to sexual harassment complaint
UCD formally apologises to Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin over harassment
HEA welcomes the signing of contracts for a project that will see construction commencing on six new buildings, across multiple higher education campuses, that will be delivered by Public Private Partnership (PPP)
QUB accolade for controversial businessman again delayed after Belfast Telegraph questions
Taliban bans university education for Afghan women and girls
TCD advises academics to protect their work online
Third level ‘needs full attention’ of Harris while he takes Justice brief, say lecturers
IReL’s year in review, 2022
Juveniles arrested following theft of bikes worth €25,000 from UL
Stormont warns NI universities they will have to tighten their belts in 2023
Pressure on rankings may lead to a more meaningful exercise
Queen’s University sees ‘mild’ rise to some accommodation costs but students fear private landlords will cash in
Harris temporarily appointed as Minister for Justice in Varadkar’s cabinet reshuffle