Devin Sean Martin
DCU study says family businesses harder done by Covid
Tech-literate students most in-demand in next half-decade
Trinity revealed using year-old, pre-recorded lectures to teach some modules
IUA calls for Leaving Cert results to be released in June
University Hospital Galway now the most overcrowded in Ireland
Trinity College study reveals Android phones share user data without consent
Huawei offering €250,000 to Irish students
Hilary Clinton inaugurated as Queens Chancellor
Additional funding, discounted transportation, and free contraception headline Budget 2022’s student impact
DRAFT Aspiring engineers should consider options other than university, Engineers Ireland says
DRAFT TU Dublin part of European initiative to create an ethics-based AI masters program
Irish colleges set to be included in R&D directory for businesses.
Harris launches €2.5 billion international student funding recovery
Alumni office holds virtual St Patrick’s Day celebrations across the US
Eoghan Fleming, Paul Simionescu, Sean Coffey – Candidates for Business School Faculty Rep
Bobbie Hickey – Candidate for VP for Diversity and Inclusion
DCU to receive almost €3 million in research funding
DCU will receive €2.9 million in funding towards academic research that was hindered by Covid-19.
Trinity Launches Ireland’s First On-Campus Testing Program
Trinity College (TCD) is the first Irish third level institute to launch an on-campus Covid-19 testing programme available for students and staff.
IUA Transported Thousands of Students Through Greet and Transfer Desk
The Irish Universities Association (IUA) has ended its “Greet and Transfer” service at Dublin airport after helping transport thousands of incoming third level international students to their accommodation.