DCU News

SepTec up for €1 million prize

March 6, 2019

SepTec, the only DCU project in the competition, is one of 12 teams competing from third level institutions across Ireland.

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Fine Gael calls for CAO points for extracurricular activity

March 6, 2019

O’Reilly said communal action would include volunteer work with the elderly, disabled, involvement in the Tidy Town’s competition whereas the cultural and sport achievement would include participation in drama, music, or an athletics club.

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VP for Engagement and Development: Helen Wade

March 5, 2019

She is running for the position as she is extremely passionate about student engagement and inclusion. She has been based on the Glasnevin and St. Patricks Campus during her time in DCU.

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DCUSU Presidential Candidate: Christine Farrell

March 5, 2019

Final year Business Studies student Christine Farrell believes she can bring the voice of a “normal student” to the role of DCU Students’ Union President, should she be elected.

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DCUSU Presidential candidate: Adam Healy

March 5, 2019

Commuter engagement, a healthy campus and a new disability officer are just three items on DCU Student’s Union Presidential Candidate, Adam Healy’s manifesto.

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VP for Engangment & Development: Katie Fay

March 5, 2019

Katie Fay is a final year Chemical and Pharmaceutical student running for the position of VP for Engagement and Development against one other candidate, Helen Wade.