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Image for Ministers Harris and Collins announce over 10,500 free or heavily-subsidised courses for unemployed, self-employed or returners to work

25 May, 2022

Ministers Harris and Collins announce over 10,500 free or heavily-subsidised courses for unemployed, self-employed or returners to work

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, and Minister of State for Skills and Further Education, Niall Collins, have launched 10,697 places on 275 courses under Springboard+ (“Springboard Plus”) 2022.

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23 Jun, 2022

“Where There is No Engineer”: Bringing the World into the Classroom

This year, over 600 students from nine universities in Dublin, Cork, Carlow, Waterford, Galway and Belfast took part in the WTINE program. The National Finals took place in Trinity College Dublin on Saturday 4th June.

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21 Jun, 2022

Wassenburg Medical Ireland Invests in the Future of Healthcare with TU Dublin

Global healthcare company Wassenburg Medical Ireland has invested €280,000 in a healthcare-driven innovation partnership with TU Dublin to establish a state-of-the-art Medical Device Decontamination facility (MDD-Hub) on the University’s flagship campus in Grangegorman.

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13 Jun, 2022

New Entrepreneurship Course for People with Disabilities

Almost 13.5% of the Irish population has a disability, but Ireland’s employment rate for people with disabilities is 35% compared to the EU average of 52%.

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20 Jun, 2022

Consortium of Technological Universities awarded €18.81m under the National Recovery and Resilience Plan

A consortium of Technological Universities in Ireland has been awarded an initial allocation of €18.81m under the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP) to support teaching and learning reforms arising from the experiences of digitally enabled education during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Image for Collen Supports Ireland’s First Centre of Excellence in AEC Education with Donation to TU Dublin

10 Jun, 2022

Collen Supports Ireland’s First Centre of Excellence in AEC Education with Donation to TU Dublin

Collen Construction, a family-owned business founded in 1810, has announced a partnership with Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) to support the development of Design + Construct, a centre of excellence for the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) sector.

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10 Jun, 2022

Three Fulbright TU Dublin Awardees Announced for 2022-2023

The Secretary-General of the Department of Foreign Affairs, Joe Hackett and the Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Dublin, Alexandra McKnight, on behalf of U.S. Ambassador to Ireland Clare Cronin, are pleased to announce 40 Fulbright Irish Awardees for 2022-2023.

Image for Twelve Female Scientists Set to Speak at Soapbox Science Dublin 2022

13 Jun, 2022

Twelve Female Scientists Set to Speak at Soapbox Science Dublin 2022

Image for TU Dublin Hosts International A.I. Ethicon - 16/17 June 2022

8 Jun, 2022

TU Dublin Hosts International A.I. Ethicon - 16/17 June 2022

A.I. solutions are now ubiquitous and are transforming society at an unprecedented rate. However, with numerous examples of the unethical use of A.I., the need for a better understanding of the ethical issues relating to this technology and its uses are more pressing than ever.

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8 Jun, 2022

The European Vision on AI in Education - Monday, 13 June

On Monday, 13 June, Dr Keith Quille, a senior lecturer at TU Dublin, will join a webinar hosted by Neth-ER (Netherlands house for Education and Research) about the European vision of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Education.

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3 Jun, 2022

Dublin School of Architecture Show 2022 - Friday, 10 June

The Dublin School of Architecture is pleased to invite you to the opening of SHOW 22, our last End of Year Show.

Image for Launch of TU Dublin School of Media Graduate Showcase 2022 - Thursday, 2 June

1 Jun, 2022

Launch of TU Dublin School of Media Graduate Showcase 2022 - Thursday, 2 June

TU Dublin School of Media is delighted to announce the launch of Graduate Showcase 2022 at 6.00pm on Thursday, 2 June 2022 in East Quad.

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3 Jun, 2022

Joint Committee on Housing, Local Government and Heritage publishes report on Urban Regeneration

Image for Inaugural TU Dublin GROWTHhub Alumni Ideation Challenge Event with Dublin Simon Community

1 Jun, 2022

Inaugural TU Dublin GROWTHhub Alumni Ideation Challenge Event with Dublin Simon Community

In May, TU Dublin Graduate Business School alumni gathered on the University's flagship campus in Grangegorman to brainstorm fundraising solutions for the Dublin Simon Community.

Image for TU Dublin Lecturer Wins Prestigious Structural Engineering Education Award 2022

2 Jun, 2022

TU Dublin Lecturer Wins Prestigious Structural Engineering Education Award 2022

Cian Farrell, a lecturer at the School of Civil and Structural Engineering at Technological University Dublin, has won the Institution of Structural Engineers Excellence in Structural Engineering Education Award (ESEEA) 2022

Image for Ministers Harris and Foley announce investment in 4 TU Dublin projects to help public understanding of STEM

1 Jun, 2022

Ministers Harris and Foley announce investment in 4 TU Dublin projects to help public understanding of STEM

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris, and Minister for Education Norma Foley TD have announced an investment in four TU Dublin projects to improve public understanding of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

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1 Jun, 2022

“Where There is No Engineer” - Designing for Community Resilience National Finals

The National Finals of the "Where There Is No Engineer" Competition will take place in the Museum Building in Trinity College Dublin on Saturday the 4th of June 2022.

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31 May, 2022

IMMA Nights: Artist's Discussion on Full Stack Feminism, Art, Intersectionality and the Digital

As part of the IMMA Nights series of events, Katherine Nolan, an artist, curator, and lecturer in Creative Digital Media at TU Dublin will host a discussion with artists entitled Full Stack Feminism, Art, Intersectionality and the Digital.

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31 May, 2022

Applications Now Open for Human-Centred AI Master's Programme at TU Dublin

A new Masters's programme in Ethical A.I. funded by the European Union is now open for applications, with full-time and part-time offerings commencing in September 2022.

Image for TU Dublin Students Triumph at ENFUSE Finals

30 May, 2022

TU Dublin Students Triumph at ENFUSE Finals

Two TU Dublin student teams triumphed at this year’s ENFUSE Finals, where they pitched to expert industry judges their plans to support a local enterprise or social enterprise.

Image for TU Dublin Human Nutrition and Dietetics Student Receives Prestigious Academic Award

27 May, 2022

TU Dublin Human Nutrition and Dietetics Student Receives Prestigious Academic Award

Last month, Trinity College Dublin (Trinity) announced a new cohort of Fellows and Scholars, including Lisa Kelly, a second-year student of the BSc Human Nutrition and Dietetics programme.

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