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27 Nov, 2020

Who is your Teaching Hero?

The Teaching Hero Awards are Ireland’s only national, student-led awards for all those who teach in higher education.

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27 Nov, 2020

TU Dublin Team take on ESB Inter Colleges Competition 2020

A team representing TU Dublin recently competed in the ESB Competition which took place virtually in November 2020.

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27 Nov, 2020

A New Framework To Support Greater Societal Impact Of Universities In Europe

The EU-funded project Towards a European Framework for Community Engagement in Higher Education (TEFCE) has launched a Toolbox, an institutional self-reflection framework that supports universities to improve how they address societal needs through partnerships with their external communities.

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27 Nov, 2020

TU Dublin celebrates its first Data Centre Operations and Management BSc Graduates

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20 Nov, 2020

Positive Carbon Wins InterTradeIreland and Enterprise Ireland Funding

Start-up Company Positive Carbon has developed a fully automated food waste monitoring system that can save hotels and kitchens thousands of euro each month on their food bills as well as significantly reducing food waste in the industry.

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19 Nov, 2020

TU Dublin Wins Excellence in Education and Training Award

The School of Accounting and Finance at TU Dublin based in Aungier Street has won the Excellence in Education and Training Award at the 2020 Irish Accountancy Awards for their work on the Student Managed Fund.

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18 Nov, 2020

Accounting & Finance Students in 100Km Dash for Jigsaw

First-year Accounting and Finance students from the University's Blanchardstown Campus have come together to raise funds for Youth Mental Health charity, Jigsaw.

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17 Nov, 2020

The Big Freshers Sports Quiz with Sean O'Brien, 26 November at 7pm

Will you show you've got the skills and knowledge to win the ultimate sports quiz?

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17 Nov, 2020

Teaching and Learning Christmas Market, 4 Dec

Come and join colleagues and students from across TU Dublin at the Teaching and Learning Christmas Market, celebrating and sharing innovative teaching and learning.

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18 Nov, 2020

What ever happened to the Picturesque by Dr Connell Vaughan, 19 Nov at 1 pm

Dr Connell Vaughan of the School of Creative Arts at TU Dublin will deliver on a talk for World Philosophy Day focusing on the aesthetic concept of the Picturesque.

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17 Nov, 2020

Initiatives in TU Dublin and Princeton Increase student retention in Computer Science

Non-completion by students on Computer Science programmes internationally has encouraged many universities to look at the range of possible causes and to develop initiatives to change the pattern.

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16 Nov, 2020

TU Dublin Marketing Students Raising Money for the ISPCA

Five BSc in Marketing students in Aungier Street - Brian, Caoilinn, Hannah, Paddy and Zoe - have launched a campaign to raise money for the Irish Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA).

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13 Nov, 2020

Not Everything is a Fire with Tracy Gunn

Over 100 colleagues from across the University today joined a Webinar hosted by the Women Leaders in Higher Education Network with special guest speaker, Tracy Gunn, who spoke about the theme - Not Everything is a Fire!

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12 Nov, 2020

UN 75 - Dialogues take over TU Dublin's TheCity.ie

For a week starting from Monday, 30 November, the final-year BA in Journalism students at TU Dublin will be publishing dialogues on the impact of digital technology on different communities around Ireland and elsewhere.

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12 Nov, 2020

George Moore Scholars Programme Now Open For Applications

The George Moore Scholars programme is an all-Ireland scholarship programme which supports academically talented students who wish to undertake a Master's degree in the USA with the closing date for completed applications on Saturday, 12 December 2020.

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11 Nov, 2020

Professor Declan McCormack Receives Institute of Chemistry of Ireland Annual Award

Professor Declan McCormack, Head of the School of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Sciences at TU Dublin, has received the Institute of Chemistry of Ireland Annual Award for Chemistry - one of Ireland's foremost accolades for professionals working in the industry.

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11 Nov, 2020

Earn-as-you-learn Quantity Surveying & Construction Economics Degree Wins Prestigious ICE Award

A part-time, earn-as-you-learn programme in Quantity Surveying and Construction Economics at TU Dublin has come up trumps against some stiff competition in the Higher Education Sector to win a prominent Irish Construction Excellence (ICE) Award.

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9 Nov, 2020

TU Dublin to Partner in New Professional Diploma in Mathematics for Teaching

The Minister for Education Norma Foley TD and the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD has announced the launch of a new initiative that will provide a new education programme to upskill registered post-primary teachers to teach maths.

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10 Nov, 2020

Afri Hedge School 2020

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8 Nov, 2020

TU Dublin Lights up in Purple for Intersex Day of Solidarity

Buildings in TU Dublin campuses were light up in purple on Sunday, 8 November to mark Intersex Day of Solidarity.

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9 Nov, 2020

TU Dublin Career Development and Employer Engagement Event

Our upcoming Career Development and Employer Engagement Event for all students of the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts will take place on November 10th and 11th.

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9 Nov, 2020

New Industry-focused Certificate in Foundations of Artificial Intelligence to be Accredited by TU Dublin

The School of Computer Science at TU Dublin recently announced a new ‘Foundations of AI’ course in collaboration between the University and Krisolis, ICT Skillnet and Women in AI. The deadline to apply is this Wednesday, 11 November at 5 pm.

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6 Nov, 2020

Horizon 2020 BIMcert: Improving the next generation of vocational training

As part of European Vocational Skills Week, Technological University Dublin will provide free upskilling through the Horizon 2020-funded BIMcert Project in Digital Construction and Building Information Modelling (BIM).

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3 Nov, 2020

Access to Apprenticeship 2021 Programme Applications Now Open

TU Dublin is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the Access to Apprenticeship programmes taking place in January and April 2021.

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4 Nov, 2020

Reignite your career with a Diploma in Transversal Skills from TU Dublin and UCD

A new and exciting fully-funded* programme from the School of Hospitality Management & Tourism at TU Dublin and UCD Innovation Academy has been announced.

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3 Nov, 2020

TU Dublin Launches Ireland’s First Digital Only CAO University Prospectus

Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) recently launched an exciting digital-only CAO Hub during a virtual information evening for prospective students; teachers; guidance councillors and parents.

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2 Nov, 2020

Hugh Mcatamney Appointed World Triathlon's Technical Delegate at the 2022 Commonwealth Games

Hugh Mcatamney, Head of the School of Media at TU Dublin, has been appointed to the prestigious and important role of World Triathlon's Technical Delegate at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.

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3 Nov, 2020

Grangegorman Social Enterprise Webinar, 17 November

The Grangegorman Business & Enterprise Group, in partnership with the Department of Justice, are hosting a free webinar on Tuesday, 17 November from 2 to 3.30 pm in celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week and in the lead up to International Social Enterprise Day on Thursday, 19 November.

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2 Nov, 2020

TU Dublin at Higher Options 2020

Higher Options offers secondary school students an unrivalled opportunity to find out about their study options and will take place online this week on Wednesday and Thursday.

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2 Nov, 2020

TU Dublin Researchers Announced as SFI Frontiers for the Future Programme Recipients

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, TD, has today announced that two TU Dublin projects will receive funding of almost €1.2m supporting frontiers research through Science Foundation Ireland.

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30 Oct, 2020

The psychology behind voting for Donald Trump or Joe Biden

Ahead of the US election on Tuesday, Dr Kevin Cunningham, a lecturer in Politics and Chair of the MA in Journalism course at TU Dublin, says there are several psychological explanations behind why we decide who to vote for a candidate or party.

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28 Oct, 2020

How 6 more weeks of lockdown will test the nation's unity

Catherine Kelly, an associate lecturer within the Humanities Department at TU Dublin, says it may be hard to persuade an exhausted and sceptical public with little trust in government to follow public health directives.

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28 Oct, 2020

Artist Alexandra Carr Selected For Central Quad Public Art Project

Alexandra Carr is the first of three new artists selected to create new public art at TU Dublin's flagship campus at Grangegorman. The announcement follows an international competition last year to develop artworks for three new buildings in Dublin's Newest Urban Quarter.

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23 Oct, 2020

Bolton Trust / TU Dublin Student Enterprise Competition 2020 - GRAND FINAL

The Grand Final of the Bolton Trust / TU Dublin Student Enterprise Competition 2020 took place on Wednesday 21st October.

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23 Oct, 2020

Minister Harris Announces Funding for 5 PhD and Postdoctoral at TU Dublin

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD, has today announced funding for research for five PhD and postdoctoral researchers at TU Dublin under the Irish Research Council’s Government of Ireland programme.

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23 Oct, 2020

TU Dublin Governing Body Seeks to Appoint a new Non-Executive Chair

The Governing Body of TU Dublin is now seeking to appoint a new Non-Executive Chair. Through leadership of the Governing Body, the Chair plays a central role in the effective governance and strategic oversight of the University.

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22 Oct, 2020

TU Dublin Lecturer Dr Aoife Connolly Launches New Book about European Settlers of Algeria

On Saturday 17 October, Dr Aoife Connolly. a lecturer of French at TU Dublin, launched her book, Performing the Pied-Noir Family: Constructing Narratives of Settler Memory and Identity in Literature and On-Screen.

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22 Oct, 2020

TU Dublin CAO Information Evening Tonight at 7 pm

TU Dublin will host a one-hour information evening tonight for prospective students interested in learning in Ireland's first Technological University with campuses in Blanchardstown, Dublin City and Tallaght!

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20 Oct, 2020

Celebrating 75 Years of the United Nations

The United Nations is marking its 75th anniversary by hosting a global dialogue initiative titled UN75. TU Dublin hosted two dialogues on bridging inequality and closing the gender gap.

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20 Oct, 2020

Golden Fleece Award 2021 - Call for Applications

The Golden Fleece Award's annual Open Call for applications is now live. The deadline for entries for the Golden Fleece Award 2021 is 5 pm on Friday 27 November 2020.

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22 Oct, 2020

Minister Harris and Minister English welcome report ‘Leading the Way’ by Expert Group on Future Skills Needs

Minister for Further Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD, and Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail, Damien English, TD, have welcomed the publication a project report lead by academics and researchers at TU Dublin.

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21 Oct, 2020

Generation Google Scholarship: for women in computer science

The Generation Google Scholarship for women in Computer Science in Ireland was established to help aspiring computer scientists excel in technology and become leaders in the field.

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21 Oct, 2020

How to keep the show on the road with TU Dublin ESTeEM

TU Dublin's unique mentorship programme for female students ESTeEM, which aims to address gender inequality in Engineering, IT, and Apprenticeships, is hosting a webinar on Tuesday, 3 November from 1-2 pm.

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21 Oct, 2020

TU Dublin Online Fitness Classes

With the announcement from the government on Monday, that the country is moving to Level 5 of the Living with Covid-19 Framework the sports facilities at TU Dublin will be closed during the restrictions. However, TU Dublin Fitness is running lost of classes that can participate in from home.

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19 Oct, 2020

SURE Network Hosts Annual Science Undergraduate Research Conference

The SURE Network hosted its seventh Science Undergraduate Research Conference on Friday 16th October online, which was organised into three streams led by TU Dublin, GMIT and CIT.

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19 Oct, 2020

TU Dublin Researchers Receive Funding To Develop Walkability App

Researchers at TU Dublin and Walk21 International have received funding from the Alstom Foundation to develop a Walkability Auditing App, which will ask women to share their perceptions of walking in Dublin City to help understand its impact on their transport choices.

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16 Oct, 2020

TU Dublin Mathematical Sciences Student Chaun En Lau Wins Hamilton Prize

Chaun En Lau, a student of Mathematical Sciences at TU Dublin, has won the prestigious undergraduate Hamilton Prize awarded by the Royal Irish Academy to the top mathematical students from across the island of Ireland in their penultimate year of study.

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16 Oct, 2020

Dr Siobhán Doyle Wins DRI Early Career Research Award 2020

The Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) has announced that Dr Siobhán Doyle is the winner of the DRI Early Career Research Award 2020.

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14 Oct, 2020

Renowned Irish pianist Dr John O’Conor appointed Visiting Professor at TU Dublin Conservatoire

TU Dublin Conservatoire is delighted to announce the appointment of its distinguished former student, the renowned Irish pianist John O'Conor as a distinguished Visiting Professor. Dr. O'Conor will be working directly with advanced piano students in the Conservatoire.

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12 Oct, 2020

TU Dublin Lecturers Shortlisted for IDI Awards 2020

Four lecturers from the School of Creative Arts have been nominated for a prestigious Institute of Designers Ireland (IDI) Award.

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12 Oct, 2020

TU Dublin Plant a Cherry Blossom for Pieta House Know the Signs Campaign

Two students of Computer Science, Becky White and Mahim Hossain, recently worked with Estates staff in Grangegorman to plant a Cherry Blossom tree in support of the Pieta House Know the Signs campaign.

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12 Oct, 2020

TU Dublin Students Visit Lodge Bog on Environmental Science Field Trip

Students of the BSc in Planning and Environmental Management programme recently visited a peatland conservation project with their lecturer, Dr Melinda Lyons, at Lodge Bog in County Kildare as part of a module about Environmental Science.

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8 Oct, 2020

New Online Module for Lecturers about Community Engagement in Teaching

An innovative new online module developed by TU Dublin has just begun, with lecturers from four European Universities as participants.

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8 Oct, 2020

Introducing TU Dublin's Student Volunteering Community!

Student Volunteering is a great way of achieving all this while contributing back to society. Whether you have one free afternoon each term or you can give an entire evening each week, we will work with your schedule and match you up with the right opportunities.

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7 Oct, 2020

TU Dublin Virtual Careers Fair 2020

Every year, the Career Development Centre offers our students the opportunity to connect with recruiting employers and this year it will be no different!

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6 Oct, 2020

A-STEP 2030 research outputs at Global Engineering Deans Council Industry Forum

Representatives from the A-STEP 2030 project joined the GEDC-Industry Forum community to present results from the project and to hear experiences, perspectives and expectations from the next generation of students and recent graduates.

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5 Oct, 2020

Minister Harris awards funding of €20+ million to innovation projects led by TU Dublin

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, T.D. has today announced funding of €197 million under the Human Capital initiative for 22 projects in universities and institutes of technology.

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1 Oct, 2020

TU Dublin Nutrition Lecturer Marks National Breastfeeding Week 2020 with President Michael D. Higgins

In celebration of National Breastfeeding Week, Baby Feeding Law Group (BFLGI) volunteer and TU Dublin Nutrition Lecturer Dr. Liz O’Sullivan and her daughter Áine met President Michael D. Higgins last week to present a copy of “Why the Politics of Breastfeeding Matter".

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1 Oct, 2020

2020 Graduate Wins Gallery of Photography Award

Izabela Szczutkowska, who has graduated this year with a BA in Photography from TU Dublin, has won the Gallery of Photography Graduate Award 2020.

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2 Nov, 2020

Javelin and Keogh’s Crisps Team Up with Final Year TU Tallaght Students

The final year advertising and marketing students at TU Tallaght have teamed up with Javelin and Keoghs on their final year marketing project.

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27 Nov, 2020

TU Dublin Students Win Inaugural BOC Gases Ireland Bursary

Keith Flood and Zexuan Chen have been awarded the Inaugural BOC Gases Ireland Bursary for 2020.

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