DCU staff and students recently travelled to Eindhoven in The Netherlands to take part in a project led by the Glasgow Caledonian University called the Strategy for Change social innovation training programme. DCU’s Office of
Nine months after Britain voted to leave the EU, Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50 on Wednesday and formally served divorce papers on the European Union, a decision that would severely impact many areas
Students running for Business Faculty Representative were notified less than 24 hours before their hustings during this year’s Student Union elections. Newly elected Business Faculty Representative Bryan Mulry explained that he was told he would
Eight new officers were elected to the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) board last week at the annual USI Congress, who will spearhead policy and campaigns relating to students on a national level in the coming year.
Dublin City University’s all-female driven business programmes are receiving more interest than mixed gender programmes according to the latest statistics. DCU’s female High Fliers Academy has already received more than 70 applications for the upcoming
DCU students will have 24-hour access to the library for the coming summer exam period, which will see equal opening hours in the Glasnevin and St. Patrick’s campus libraries for the first time since the Incorporation.
A new lab-on-a-chip centre at Dublin City University will be known as the Fraunhofer Project Centre (FPC). The centre is to be co-funded by the German research institution and Science Foundation Ireland (SFI).