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Image courtesy of @kclr96fm Institute of Technology Carlow is to receive funding for a number of strategic initiatives to provide greater access and engagement for its students with a disability. Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD has announced the allocation to IT Carlow of over €52,000 for the […]
Education Health News Technology
Image sourced from @YouTube. Thanks to three remarkable teenage girls and their amazing mentor, there’s a brand-new app on the horizon specifically designed to help Dementia patients and caregivers better navigate the confusing waters of the disease. While STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, and math) have long been considered a traditional boys’ club, with
Education News Technology
University College Dublin (UCD) launched C-Space, the UCD Centre for Space Research, the first dedicated hub of excellence for interdisciplinary collaborative space-related research, innovation and education in Ireland. By building on nationally leading projects such as EIRSAT-1, Ireland’s first satellite, C-Space will be a key national resource for space expertise and
Business Education News
Trinity College Dublin has recently announced the first phase of the planned Grand Canal Innovation District (GCID) – its proposed Innovation Hub. The Innovation Hub will “provide space for entrepreneurs, start-ups and innovation teams from large corporates,” according to a press release. It will be the venue for organised regular events to bring together academics, […]
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Dr Paul Davis is Head of the Management Group in the Faculty of Business in DCU. Moreover, he is the Program Director for the MSc in E-Commerce having previously completed eight years as Program Director of the MSc in Strategic Procurement and the MSc in International Management. He has completed lecturing assignments in top universities in Italy, Germany […]
Education
The government’s recently launched “Keep Well” campaign aims to support people and communities to mind their physical and mental health over the coming months. The Government Plan for Living with COVID-19: Resilience and Recovery 2020-2021 highlights the important role that individual and community resilience will play in contributing to our ongoing response to
Education News
As part of the Healthy Ireland at your Library programme, Donegal Library Service is delighted to announce that David Coleman will be holding a talk on Dealing with anxiety in children and teenagers on Saturday 26th September at 11.00 am. Due to Covid-19 restrictions the event will be held via Facebook Live. To access this online event Donegal […]
Education News
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD has today announced his plans to develop a new 10-year adult literacy, numeracy and digital literacy strategy. The Minister will task SOLAS, the Further Education and Training Authority, with the development of the strategy and asked them to report back within 6 […]
Education Health News
The Council today launched it’s Active School Travel initiative, aimed at encouraging increased walking and cycling, in the upcoming back to school period. All schools across Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown are currently preparing to return to the classroom, in line with the Department of Education & Skills ‘Reopening Our Schools – The Roadmap for the Full
Education Environment Feature Tourism
With limited travel available to people this weekend, many of our country’s beautiful beaches will see heavy use as the fine weather continues. However, there remains a serious lack of understanding on the impact casual littering has on this environment by those who use our beaches. A quick search of ‘beach litter ireland’ on Twitter […]
Education News Transport
On 15 th January 2020 the Southern Regional Assembly hosted the final site and study visit for project partners of the Interreg Europe MATCH-UP project in Ireland’s Oldest City – Waterford City founded by the Vikings in 914. In line with the MATCH-UP project objective we used the most sustainable form of transport for our […]
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The newly-appointed Lord Mayor, Tom Brabazon, today launched the programme for the 2020 Dublin One City One Book Festival at an event in the Mansion House. Tatty by Christine Dwyer Hickey joins a long list of illustrious titles as this year’s featured book in the Festival which sees a programme of events themed around the […]
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The hub comprises five parking bays with specific colour-coordinated functions including age-friendly, disabled, electric vehicle charging, bike rack (bike share and public), and car sharing.  Fingal County Council has become the first Local Authority in Ireland to launch a ‘Mobility Hub’ to support accessible and sustainable travel on Main Street, Blanchardstown. The hub