In its 2024 pre-Budget submission, EDUCATE TOGETHER urges the Government to live up to its stated targets for Ireland’s education system.
A new climate accelerator programme aimed at SMEs and start-ups operating in the built environment opened for submissions on Friday 11 August 2023.
New ASTI President Geraldine O’Brian tells the Government to get real about addressing the teacher shortage crisis.
Just one year on from its establishment as a Technological University in May 2022, SETU was launched internationally in Washington D.C. by SETU President, Prof Veronica Campbell.
Canteen at Atlantic Technological Univeristy Sligo has reduced general waste by 50% and increased recyclable waste levels to 75%
University of Limerick has unveiled its plan towards carbon neutrality by 2030.
The very first cohort of the Transformational Leadership in Sustainability Programme was launched last week by the Irish Management Institute.
The Kinia event highlighted the remarkable creative technology projects of young people in the areas of STEAM, Digital Media, and Computer Science.
Irish Management Institute (IMI) will host the first in a series of spring Senior Leaders Breakfast Briefings on Wed 29 March, 7.30-9 am
Paul O’Donnell’s article sets out the context and rationale for teaching outdoors in primary schools and highlights ways of incorporating its use by schools.
Dr Ciaran Seoighe describes how Creating our Future, a unique public-engagement activity on research, generated 18,000 submissions from people across Ireland, and sparked a ‘national brainstorm’.
Solicitor Lisa Quinn O’Flaherty examines the needs of students with exceptional ability, and the legal rights and supports available to them in Ireland.
Dr Jolanta Burke’s article highlights the importance of helping students not only to survive but also to thrive and flourish at third-level.
Poetry Ireland and charity Trócaire have announced the winners of their annual poetry prize.
In a brand-new event, the Kennedy Summer School is set to host a panel discussion exploring how we can all work towards a sustainable future, working together for policy and political change in combination with personal responsibility.
Teenage girls across Ireland are provided with the opportunity to build a robotic arm thanks to a collaboration between the award-winning charity Teen-Turn and the Irish Manufacturing Research (IMR).
Two new programmes aimed at supporting all those working with young people with additional needs will be offered by Hibernia College this September.
Vicky Matthews and her son Luca, both students at Atlantic TU, set sail from Poole in England to Dublin to raise money for Spinal Injuries Ireland.
A National Symposium at the University of Limerick, 10-11 May 2022, will address the issue of the European dimension in all levels of Irish education.
Hibernia College has launched a new Postgraduate Diploma in Science in Business Data Analytics, in response to the growing number of career opportunities arising in the field both here and overseas.
Tom Clonan has been elected in the 2022 Seanad by-election to represent the University of Dublin (Trinity College Dublin) constituency.
Professor Patrick Prendergast has been appointed as Chair of the new South East Technological University (SETU)
Women researchers’ perception of the Senior Academic Leadership Initiative (SALI)
Minister Roderic O' Gorman's announcement of a six-year program of investment in Early Childhood Education/Care may well be the most transformative initiative in Irish education since Donagh O Malley's introduction of free second-level education in 1966. The move away...
NCCA has begun updating Aistear: the Early Childhood Curriculum Framework, now 12 years old.
As the CAO deadline looms, you are invited to join Careers Expert Dr Brian Mooney in a free live Webinar, “What Students Need to Know”, on Wednesday 12 January 2022 at 7 pm.
There is a conflict of interests between older and younger age groups when valuing current investments to contain global warming.
NCCA looks forward to engaging directly with teachers, school leaders, children, and parents through online seminars and focus group events.
Delayed response and technical defects raise questions about the effectiveness of the CLASS package in achieving its objective.
The first-ever GAA jersey to feature the LGBTQ+ pride colours was launched today by Prof Kerstin Mey, President of UL, and Larry McCarthy, President of GAA.
Trinity College Dublin has the best employer reputation in Ireland and nurtures the most successful alumni.
As the pandemic finally subsides, older people are rediscovering their choices in life, including taking control of their “third chapter” to learn new skills and knowledge.
The Trinity Long Room Hub will officially launch the Schuler Democracy Forum on September 15, 2021.
During Prince Albert’s visit, an unveiling ceremony took place marking a major donation by the Prince to the conservation of the iconic Old Library at Trinity College.
From 10 am today, Leaving Certificate 2021 candidates may access their provisional results through the SEC’s Candidate Self Service Portal accessible at www.examinations.ie.
French President Emmanuel Macron visited Trinity College Dublin on August 26, 2021, where he talked to students about Post-COVID Europe, Climate Change, and Digital Equality for all citizens.
A Report on School Bullying launched today by the Joint Committee on Education, Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, makes 28 recommendations, including 10 key recommendations.
Stellar is an easy-to-navigate app that provides timely and affordable Paediatric Occupational Therapy services.
Ahead of the CAO Change of Mind deadline on Thursday, 1 July, members of WIT’s outreach team are on hand to respond to queries via online chat.
Institute of Technology Carlow has received approval from the Chinese Ministry of Education to establish a joint institute in China.
The Reshaping Science Learning event from Science Gallery Dublin will take place over zoom at 2pm on June 30th, 2021.
The State Examinations Commission seeks Director of Operations, a critical top management role with core responsibility for the operation, delivery and development of state exams.
The State Examinations Commission seeks Head of Exams and Assessment Division with responsibility for the management of this Division.
The Irish economy is expected to record substantial growth in 2021 as public health measures are lifted.
A new book edited by DCU academics will support primary school teachers to integrate meaningful social justice and sustainability education into existing curricular subjects.
Trinity College and the ESRI have teamed up to offer the first-ever Masters programme in economic policy specifically designed for people working in the public sector.
Some 61,500 candidates are entered for the 2021 Leaving Certificate which comprises both Examinations and Accredited Grades.
The group within our society that has suffered the most serious consequences due to COVID is our children and young people.
The DCU COVID Languages Competition competition attracted more than 300 entries from 70 schools around Ireland.
Eric Kinsella, an alumnus of Trinity, with his wife Barbara, will donate €30 million – the largest philanthropic donation from individuals to an Irish university in the history of the state.