Student scientists showcase placement experience in DIT
Undergraduate students from the School of Physics and Clinical & Optometric Sciences recently returned from work placements gave presentations based on their experiences at the School’s annual Symposium in the Gleeson Hall, DIT Kevin Street.
Forgotten Patriot: Douglas Hyde and the Foundation of the Irish Presidency
A new book by DIT lecturer Dr. Brian Murphy, entitled ‘Forgotten Patriot’, brings new insight into the role played by Douglas Hyde as Ireland’s first President.
Ireland’s most famous culinary school celebrates 75 years
On October 11th ‘All in the Food: 75 Years of Cathal Brugha Street’ was officially launched by Senator David Norris.
DIT Creative Careers Day at IMMA
The Creative Careers Day is a truly unique event for DIT creative arts students who are currently in their third or fourth year of study and is taking place in Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) on Thursday 10 November from 9.30 am – 3 pm.
DIT is committed to building vital relationships with our expanding community locally, nationally and internationally that draw on the power of scholarship and discovery to transform lives and advance the public good.
Industry & Community
Our students and academics develop exciting collaborations with industry and community organisations, in which we learn from each other.
A friendly campus made up of 20,000 students from every part of the world and all backgrounds makes for an exciting and fun place to learn and live life. From sports clubs to cultural events, our DIT community has it all.