Brian Norton

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It is the first time DIT has made the top 100 list, which features two other Irish institutions: Dublin City University, which has slipped from joint 84th place last year to joint 92nd, and NUI Maynooth, which has risen from 74th to joint 67th.  Photograph: Dara MacDonaill/The Irish Times

Dublin Insititute of Technology has been named as one of the world’s top 100 higher education institutions under the age of 50.The college, which is i(...)

The Poolbeg incinerator site. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

No formal business case was ever made for the controversial incinerator planned for Poolbeg in Dublin Bay eve(...)

Future campus: one proposal is for DIT to merge with IT Tallaght and IT Blanchardstown. It is planned for Grangegorman (above)

The prospect of re-designating institutes of technology as technological universities has stirred a sense of deja vu among some academics. Irel(...)

Chieftains members Triona Marshall and Paddy Moloney give a performance. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Traditional music veterans The Chieftains have been recognised for their outstanding contribution to music.Paddy Moloney, Sean Keane, Matt Molloy, Kev(...)

Extending the city fabric: (from left) Niamh Cuddy, Joanna Sikora, Kirstan Bontas, Shannon Delahunty and Andrea Kennedy at the launch of the development of the new urban quarter in Grangegorman that will be soon be home to the amalgamated DIT campus. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Most Dubliners are aware by now that the multi-campus college that is DIT is making its way to a new one-stop-shop in north Dublin. What is less we(...)

Prof Brian Norton has been reappointed by Dublin Institute of Technology as president for a further 10-year term commencing on September 1st. Photograph: Bryan O'Brien

The governing body of the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has announced the reappointment of Prof Brian Norton as president for a further (...)

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