Monthly Archives: December 2023

Abandoned plan to end elections costs Maynooth University €30,000
University of Limerick will host emergency response exercise to test skills of students
ATU sees 20% Increase in Student Numbers for 2023
Students may be punished if caught using artificial intelligence under new measures to tackle academic misconduct
Trinity College Dublin academics left livid after ‘snub’ to senior official for President Mary Robinson’s inauguration
DCU pays out €500,000 in back pay to staff member who was under investigation
DCU and Marlet split €3.76m land deposit
‘Left in the dark’ – Student nurses speak out against delays in payment
Skulls stolen by academics to spend ‘first Christmas at home in 133 years’
Mary Immaculate College signals intention to develop new library
Minister Simon Harris congratulates authors at Irish universities on choosing to publish their research open access
Universities: why are you still on Twitter/X?
Public sector pay deal may not be brokered before Christmas
UCC receives planning permission to redevelop Cork’s Distillery Fields
Irish population educated to record level with half having 3rd-level qualification, census finds
Simon Harris announces €5m additional funding for third-level mental health supports
Snag in UL City Campus plans as planning permission appealed
Retractions and Resignations
Unions concerned at slow pace of public sector pay talks
Bullying and Astronomy