13 Jan, 2020
Dublin Chinese New Year Festival 2020
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is delighted to host a fascinating lecture by Dr Jun Ni in celebration of the Chinese New Year on Monday, 27 January at 6:30 pm in Grangegorman.
29 Jan, 2020
Top CAO Tips from TU Dublin
CAO applications for September 2020 college places opened in November, and already thousands of eager beavers submitted their application before the final deadline of Saturday, 1 February at 5.15 pm.
13 Jan, 2020
Accelerate your career with a postgrad qualification in advertising and digital communications.
Are you working in advertising and hoping to progress your career in 2020? Perhaps you would like to move into this exciting and fast-moving industry? Well, TU Dublin's Postgraduate Diploma in Advertising and Digital Communication is for you.
7 Jan, 2020
Erasmus+ training on campus for TU Dublin staff
An information and training session took place in Grangegorman today on the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility (ICM) application process.
14 Feb, 2020
Shurikon 2020 at TU Dublin, 15 & 16 February
TU Dublin Japanimation and Game Society are hosting its annual anime, gaming and cosplay convention Shurikon this year in Aungier Street this weekend.
17 Dec, 2019
TU Dublin Receives Eight Education Awards Nominations
TU Dublin has been shortlisted for eight Education Awards which recognise, encourage and celebrate excellence in Higher Education on the island of Ireland in both State and privately funded institutions.
10 Feb, 2020
TU Dublin Alumni Invited To Say Goodbye to Kevin Street
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is preparing for the arrival of 10,000 students to its new flagship campus in Grangegorman. Many of these students will leave Kevin Street, where TU Dublin has been a part of the local community for over 130 years.
2 Mar, 2020
TU Dublin Report Provides Blueprint to Encourage Entrepreneurship in People with Disabilities
A new report published by Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) today has highlighted the need for tailored supports for people with disabilities that want to start their own business.
30 Mar, 2020
TU Dublin Donates PPE Equipment To Hospitals and Care Facilities
TU Dublin has donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to hospitals and care facilities across Dublin.
2 Apr, 2020
COVID-19: Awareness and Preparedness
TU Dublin is closely following the advice of the HSE in relation to containing the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus. This virus can cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe respiratory illness.
10 Mar, 2020
A-STEP 2030 Presents at World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development
Representatives from the A-STEP 2030 project joined the Engineers Ireland's community for the launch of World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development on 4th March.
8 Apr, 2020
#TUDublinTogether Donation Campaign 2020
In this time of separation, TU Dublin and TU Dublin Students’ Union have joined forces to raise money for three RAG charities, Peter McVerry Trust, Jigsaw and BelongTo.
14 Apr, 2020
A Cup of tea together: Classical Guitar Seminar via Zoom
TU Dublin Conservatoire & Festival Corde D'Autunno presents an online repertoire seminar featuring conversations with renowned guitarists and researchers dedicated to the stories and music of important composers in the history of guitar.
7 Jan, 2020
2020 DARE & HEAR Application Information Day, 11 January
DARE-HEAR organises an Application Information Day each year in several venues throughout the country. Aungier Street is the venue in Dublin on Saturday, 11 January from 10 am-2 pm.
8 May, 2020
Take a Virtual Tour of the Infinite Possibilities at TU Dublin
Now that the Leaving Certificate is due to commence in July, TU Dublin has developed a range of virtual Open Day events beginning this week on Wednesday, 29th April.
1 May, 2020
ARVR Innovate 2020 - Follow the conversation via #ARVRInnovate
The 7th International ARVR Innovate Conference takes place next Thursday (7th of May) from 9am where Augmented & Virtual Reality Get Down to Business.
3 Apr, 2020
TU Dublin Engineers Join National Effort Against Covid-19
Over the past week, a group of engineering lecturers and technical officers across TU Dublin have formed a group to contribute to the Covid-19 response.
21 Apr, 2020
TU Dublin Lecturers Harps of Hope Performance
TU Dublin Conservatoire lecturers, Cliona Doris and Denise Kelly McDonnell recently performed two movements from Brian Boydell’s Four Sketches for Two Irish Harps, Op. 52 (1961-62) for Cruit Éireann's 'Harps of Hope' initiative.
3 Apr, 2020
Calling all TU Dublin Lecturers!
Now’s your chance to apply for two new professional development initiatives supporting community-engaged learning and research.
3 Apr, 2020
Stay Safe, Stay Sane - TU Dublin Lecturer Launches New Podcast For the Covid Era
Pat Hannon of the School of Media at TU Dublin has launched a new Podcast exploring the lives of people all over the world as Covid-19 changes the nature of who we are and what we can do.
3 Apr, 2020
All you need to know about working from home
More and more employees and companies will be remote working due to the coronavirus outbreak so where do you start? Maébh Coleman, Marian Jennings and Rowena Hennigan have written a guide with everything you need to know about working from home.
2 Apr, 2020
Maintaining trust within a virtual workspace
Colin Hughes, Head of the Graduate Business School, Technological University Dublin and Mark NK Saunders, Professor of Business Research Methods, Birmingham Business School, discuss the thorny issue of maintaining trust within a virtual workspace.
11 Mar, 2020
Prof. Neville Hogan Receives Prestigious SFI St Patrick’s Day Science Medal
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) has today presented the prestigious SFI St Patrick’s Day Science Medal at a celebratory event in Washington D.C., to Prof Neville J Hogan, a graduate of TU Dublin.
10 Mar, 2020
Three Irish Universities Launch Embark Fund
Technological University Dublin, RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences and Trinity College Dublin have launched the Embark Fund, a pilot programme to support the development of early-stage commercialisation projects.
6 Mar, 2020
Green Week, 9-13 March
In what has become a much-anticipated annual occasion, students and staff across TU Dublin will celebrate Green Week with a number of seminars, workshops, films and talks exploring various topics related to climate action, sustainability and protecting our environment.
20 Apr, 2020
Joining Up the Dots: A socio-economic report of Grangegorman
The Grangegorman Labour and Learning Forum (GLLF) has published a report which assesses the socio-economic and demographic characteristics of the Grangegorman area.
30 Jan, 2020
Realising Infinite Possibilities - TU Dublin Launches Strategic Intent to 2030
Screen 1 in the Lighthouse, Smithfield Square, was the venue for an unusual cinematic presentation on Thursday morning.
4 Mar, 2020
Long Way Home: Promoting Sustainability in Rural Guatemala
San Juan Comalapa is a municipality in the indigenous west-central highlands of Guatemala. Comalapa exists in a state of relative poverty, with no formal recycling or waste-management system.
6 Mar, 2020
Take a Virtual Reality tour of Grangegorman
TU Dublin will open the East and Central Quads to students, staff and the local community soon, but you can take a VR tour of the buildings now!
18 May, 2020
Transform Your Career with an MBA from TU Dublin
TU Dublin is hosting a webinar about its AMBA-accredited MBA programme on Tuesday, 26 May from 1-2pm.
8 May, 2020
Students Learning With Communities Host Annual Awards on Twitter
On Wednesday 6 May, Students Learning With Communities programme hosted their annual awards event online for the first time.
25 Feb, 2020
TU Dublin hosts the launch of #careday20
EPIC - Empowering Children in Care in partnership with TUSLA launched #careday20 in TU Dublin, Grangegorman, on 21st February 2020.
21 Feb, 2020
Revealing Grangegorman: Spotlight on the Lower House
TU Dublin is busy preparing for the arrival of 10,000 students and 600 staff to Grangegorman from their current locations across Dublin City. The oldest building in Grangegorman, the Lower House which will be completed in December, is the focus of our latest article.
3 Feb, 2020
Revealing Grangegorman: Spotlight on the Central Quad
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is busy preparing for the arrival of 10,000 students and 600 staff to Grangegorman from their current locations across Dublin City. In our second article about the campus, we are paying the Central Quad a visit.
27 Jan, 2020
Revealing Grangegorman: Spotlight on the East Quad
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is busy preparing for the arrival of 10,000 students and 600 staff to Grangegorman from their current locations across Dublin City.
28 Feb, 2020
Intel Ireland Scholarship Award Recipients Announced
On Tuesday, February 25th, Intel Ireland awarded the latest recipients of a scholarship programme for Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) students.
3 Jan, 2020
TU Dublin Welcomes Senior Academic Leadership Initiative Announcement
Following today’s announcement by Minister for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) now has approval to recruit two women to key senior academic roles in the University.
5 Mar, 2020
The Big Reunion before the Big Move
Kevin Street staff and the TU Dublin Graduate Network recently invited alumni to revisit their college days and to commemorate the unique history of their alma mater as the home of technological education in Ireland.
4 Feb, 2020
TU Dublin and Intel Announce VR Collaboration
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) and Intel Ireland (Intel) are collaborating on an applied research project that will explore the use of Virtual Reality (VR) technologies for training simulation programmes in Intel.
10 Jun, 2020
Dr Barry Ryan Awarded Inaugural Teaching and Learning Research Fellowship
Dr Barry Ryan, a lecturer in Biochemistry at TU Dublin has been awarded a Teaching and Learning Research Fellowship, one of Ireland's most prestigious national individual teaching and learning awards in higher education.