Monthly Archives: May 2024

Philip Nolan to remain in SFI role until court case returns but won’t physically return to work
TCD records €3.9m surplus as revenues top €500m
Philip Nolan granted temporary High Court injunction to stop dismissal
Philip Nolan to seek injunction restraining his dismissal
South East lecturers seeking to sever ties with IDF client to meet with college bosses today
Trial of law professor accused of fatal shooting is delayed until October
Sacked Prof Philip Nolan’s new job in doubt amid fallout over bullying allegations
Exit Nolan
Gardaí called to UCD after students who occupied building were removed by staff
Murder trial of Trinity law professor to begin this week
Philip Nolan departs €220m state research board in wake of investigation into bullying allegations
An analysis of the effects of sharing research data, code, and preprints on citations
TU Dublin ‘pauses’ student intake for college courses to help tackle deficit of almost €9m
Students march through UCD calling on college to end academic ties with Israel
Student Accommodation
Technological Universities – Borrowing
Students to remain encamped until universities hear them
UCD president criticises ‘messages of hatred and violence’ following pro-Palestine protest on campus
Dublin firm plans 850-room Belfast student campus
Students’ union hails ‘win for the right to protest’ after Trinity drops €214,000 fine