No one wakes up wondering “where am I on the strategic plan? It’s about thinking ‘what we going to do for such a person’s birthday’.”

Diversity is only half the battle. If you want to exploit the benefits it brings in terms of creativity, innovation and better decision-making, organi(...)

In the case of DCU, three educational institutions were incorporated into the university, prompting a delay in filing accounts for the new entity. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The State’s spending watchdog has identified eight public bodies which failed to file financial statements in 2018 for the previous year. The Comptro(...)

DCU is planning to submit this year’s accounts by the end of February 2020

Dublin City University suffered a “major, once off” accounting issue last year which prevented it from filing its financial statements to the State’s (...)

While there continues to be a significant surplus of applicants over available places for teacher training programmes, demand has fallen since 2012. Photograph: iStock

The “prohibitive” cost of training and austerity-era cuts to starting salaries may have led to reduced interest in students choosing teaching as a pro(...)

A review of teacher education reforms commissioned by the Higher Education Authority notes that primary teaching applicants were drawn from the top 12.5 per cent of Leaving Cert students in 2011. Photograph: iStock

The academic calibre of trainee teachers has dipped at a time of controversy over two-tier pay rates and falling numbers of applications to the profes(...)

Rebecca Kelly, left, and Breda Kenny, both from Castlecomer Community School, Co Kilkenny,  at the Trinity College Open Day with a Lightening Ball which contains a mixture of gases that generate electromagnetic waves

University College Cork When is open day? The full schedule is available on Life on campus For its 21,000 students, campus life(...)

Mayo supporting pupils from Scoil Mhuire NS, Stephen Murphy, Ruairí Kernan, Tomás Thornton and Oran Malone surrounded by fellow Dublin supporting pupils on the eve of the All-Ireland football final between Dublin and Mayo. Photograph: Alan Betson

The other 31 counties may be cheering for the underdogs on Sunday. If their more devout supporters are right, Mayo (God help us) can expect divine sym(...)

Director of the the Iona Institute David Quinn, pictured at a press conference advocating a No vote in the 2015 same-sex marriage referendum. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The company behind the religious advocacy group, the Iona Institute, received donations of almost €275,000 last year. The Iona Institute is a trading(...)

DCU president Brian MacCraith: “In this post-Brexit, Trumpian world, the most important thing we can do for this nation is talent development.” Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Whenever he asks employers about the must-have skills they want in today’s graduates, Dublin City University president Brian MacCraith gets much the s(...)

The Central Catholic Library was founded in 1922 and has more than 70,000 books.

Six board members of the loss-making Central Catholic Library in Dublin have resigned in protest over a decision to reject a take-over proposal from (...)

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