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Setting down roots in Grangegorman

DIT Grangegorman lost two trees, as old, if not older than DIT itself, to the stormy conditions affecting Dublin over the last year.

DIT initiative honoured for bringing old and young together

The Together Old and Young initiative at DIT has received an award to commend its work bringing older adults and children together.

Little Italy and Chancery Lane, Dublin 8.

From the 1840s until the 1930s, Chancery Lane was the centre of an area known in Dublin as ‘Little Italy’.

Winter Solstice Celebration Festival: 21 Dec, 4pm

Smashing Times and Slí an Chroí, in partnership with DIT, and with support from Dublin City Council Arts Office, are delighted to announce the 9th annual City of Dublin Winter Solstice Celebration Festival taking place on Friday 21 December 2018 from 4 pm.

DIT Conservatory presents glorious opera masterpieces

DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama presents a double bill of glorious opera masterpieces. The cast of exceptional vocal and orchestral students from the Conservatory will take you on a gripping journey of love and deception from the empires of Ancient Greece to the battlefields of the First Crusade.

Marking 100 years of women's suffrage - Still a long way to reach equality

One hundred years ago, women obtained the right to vote and to stand for parliament. Professor Yvonne Galligan, Director of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at DIT, is presenting at a special conference, hosted by the Irish government, to mark this momentous occasion in the history of democracy.

DIT wins RSA Leading Light Award

A long-term partnership between DIT and An Garda Síochána has won an RSA Leading Light in Road Safety Awards for 2018.

End of Semester Visual Communications exhibitions

Friday 14th December will see the launch of three end of semester exhibitions from Visual Communication students in the North House, Grangegorman so please come along to see their work.

DIT looks to the future with disruptive technologies

DIT has received funding through the Government’s Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund for ground-breaking projects with the potential to transform the medical implant and electricity sectors.

Joe Kindregan announced as new President of the Institute of Structural Engineers

Mr Joe Kindregan, former Head of the DIT School of Civil and Structural Engineering, has been elected as the President of the Institution of Structural Engineers for the year 2019.

Quanta Capital Excellence Awards 2018

DIT and Quanta Capital deliver the Investment Portfolio Analysis module to DIT MSc Real Estate students each year. The module is designed to give students a fundamental understanding of the driving forces of competing and complementary investment assets for commercial real estate investors.

DIT researcher appointed to the European Food Safety Authority

Professor John Kearney, DIT has been appointed to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), the keystone of European Union risk assessment regarding food safety and nutrition.

Property Economics Prize-giving: 6 December

Since 2015, the BSc in Property Economics programme team at DIT has collaborated with the Commercial Real Estate Company – CBRE – to deliver an integrated strategy project module to students.

TedX Fulbright - How judges judge

Dr Brian Barry, Lecturer in Law at DIT, unravels the mysteries of how judges judge in this TedX Fulbright talk.

DIT hosts O'Connor Cup Draw

DIT Sports will host the finals of Gourmet Food Parlour Third Level Ladies Gaelic Football Championships in Broombridge and Grangegorman in March 2019. The competition commenced on Thursday when DIT hosted the O’Connor Cup draw in Grangegorman.

DIT Launches new MSc in Transport and Mobility

Over 250 million journeys* were taken by passengers on Irish public transport services in 2017, and with the population set to increase, this number is likely to continue growing in the coming years.

DIT Sports Receives Quality Standard Awards

DIT Sports recently received three Ireland Active National Quality Awards for excellence in service provision for Kevin Street, Grangegorman and Broombridge sports facilities.

DIT researchers ranked among world's top scientists

Professor Paula Bourke, Dr Catherine Barry-Ryan and Professor PJ Cullen have been listed among the top 1% most cited scientists in the world for research undertaken in DIT.

Ivan Webb Scholarships 2018

Four remarkable Construction Management students have been awarded Ivan Webb Scholarships for 2018.

DIT Announce 2018 Green REIT Scholars

DIT Foundation and Green REIT are delighted to introduce the 2018 Green REIT Scholars in Property Economics, Quantity Surveying and Construction Economics.

2018 Mont Kavanagh Awards

Eight talented DIT students of Architecture, Architectural Technology and Fine Art were recently recognised for their work by the Mont Kavanagh Trust in partnership with DIT Foundation. Trustee Architect Brian Hogan presented the awards at a celebration held in DIT Linen Hall.

Brainstorm on Radio 1, Sundays at 6pm

This Sunday, and each Sunday in the run-up to Christmas, Fionnuala Sweeney will present new radio programme Brainstorm on RTÉ Radio 1 at 6pm. The first show on 2 December will feature an interview with Saoirse McCrann, a DIT Optometrist and PhD researcher.

International research project aims to reduce the carbon footprint of buildings

Researchers from Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), Queen’s University Belfast, Purdue University and Washington University (USA) gathered in DIT Grangegorman for the first meeting of an international research project which aims to reduce the carbon footprint of buildings.

Professor Max Ammann honoured as fellow of leading international Engineering association

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has elevated Professor Max Ammann, Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) to a Fellow for his contribution to Compact Antennas for Wideband Wireless Applications.

Students Learning with Communities Celebrates 10 Years

The DIT Community Engagement Programme, Students Learning with Communities, is celebrating ten years of working with more than 100 community partners on real-life projects that benefit the lives of countless individuals while also enhancing student learning.

Access students supported by Enterprise Rent-A-Car

DIT Foundation is delighted to announce the support of Enterprise Rent-A-Car for lone parent students on the Access Foundation Programme in DIT.

MyLibrary! app - Now available on Apple/Android

MyLibrary! greatly enhances the user experience on mobile devices. You can now connect with Library Services through an interface specifically designed for your device.

DIT Confers Two Honorary Doctorates

Visionary planner Jim Gahan and hospitality entrepreneur turned broadcaster Bobby Kerr were conferred with Honorary Doctorates by Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) at a ceremony in St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Saturday.

Máirtín Mac Con Iomaire showcasing Ireland's rich culinary heritage on 'Blasta', TG4.

'Blasta' is a new eight part television series airing on TG4 which explores and showcases Ireland's rich culinary heritage and is presented by DIT Culinary Arts Lecturer, food historian and award winning chef, Máirtín Mac Con Iomaire.

Liam Cunningham to receive DIT Brendan Behan Award

The 2018 DIT Brendan Behan Award will be presented to internationally acclaimed Irish stage and screen actor Liam Cunningham for his outstanding contribution to the arts.

DIT researchers win award for digital entrepreneurship

DIT PhD student Kisito Futonge Nzembezie and DIT Lecturer Dr Anthony Buckley won a 'Best Paper' award for their research on digital entrepreneurship at the Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) conference in Birmingham, UK.


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