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Bernie Capraro Named Adjunct Professor at TU Dublin

Bernie Capraro, Intel Research and Higher Education Programme Manager, has been named as an Adjunct Professor at Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin).

DIFF to screen ‘Confinement’ as part of film festival

A stunning new short film featuring the area between Henrietta Street and the TU Dublin Grangegorman campus will be screened as part of the 2019 Dublin International Film Festival (DIFF).

Sustainability Scholarship to Switzerland

Over two weeks this summer, the Polytechnic Alliance Summer School in Lucerne, Switzerland is offering TU Dublin undergraduates the chance to develop their creative thinking and develop their research skills under real-life working conditions.

TU Dublin Drama students perform in Peacock Theatre

Final year students of the degree programme in Drama at the TU Dublin Conservatoire are about to make their debut in the Abbey Theatre on the Peacock Stage.

Minister calls for entries for SciFest 2019

Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh visited the TU Dublin Grangegorman Campus last week where he met a group of second-level students from the Donahies Community School with a strong interest in science.

Access to Apprenticeship Information Sessions

TU Dublin - City Campus is hosting two information sessions about its training programme Access to Apprenticeship on Tuesday, 26 February and Thursday, 7 March at 3:30 pm in Bolton Street.

SFI Technology Innovation Development Award

Professor Brendan Duffy, TU Dublin – City Campus, has been awarded funding under the SFI Technology Innovation Development Award programme announced today.

Future-proofing Ireland's Culinary Talent

For over 70 years, Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) has been at the forefront of the Food and Drink industry, in Ireland and internationally, producing many generations of innovators in Culinary Arts and Entrepreneurship.

Visiting Professor to give Mathematics seminar in TU Dublin

The School of Mathematical Sciences in TU Dublin – City Campus is delighted to welcome Professor Vakhtang Putkaradze, from the University of Alberta as a visiting Professor in the School.

TU Dublin student wins Gold and Silver at Young Chef Olympiad

TU Dublin Culinary Arts student, Ryan Malone has won Gold and Silver medals for Ireland at the 5th World Young Chef Olympiad in India. Ryan was awarded the Gold medal for Young Chef Ambassador and Silver in the Cook Off category.

TU Dublin journalism students visit European Parliament

A group of 12 TU Dublin journalism students has just returned from a three-day visit to the European Parliament, accompanied by Head of Journalism Kate Shanahan and School of Media lecturers, Dr Harry Browne and Ian Kilroy.

Irish Ambassador to China visits TU Dublin

The Ambassador of Ireland to the People's Republic of China, Mr Eoin O’Leary visited Technological University Dublin to meet Professor David FitzPatrick, President of TU Dublin at an event in Cathal Brugha Street.

Wallace Family Scholarship in Engineering

The Foundation is delighted to announce the awarding of the 2018 Wallace Family Scholarship to student Liam Gregory.

Panelto Scholarships 2018

TU Dublin and Panelto are delighted to celebrate the second year of Panelto Scholarships in Culinary Arts & Food Technology, and Mechanical & Design Engineering.

ROUGE Team enjoy a warm welcome in TU Dublin

On January 30, Professor Yvonne Galligan and her research team held an all-day meeting with 15 European researchers. Their task was to shape a proposal for Horizon 2020 funding.

International Real Estate Challenge 2019

In January, eight TU Dublin students from the School of Real Estate and Construction Management, travelled to Milan, Italy to take part in the International Real Estate Challenge (IREC) 2019.

Surveying Week at TU Dublin

Property surveying, quantity surveying, geographic surveying – these are all fascinating careers with great employment opportunities!

Post-Brexit Logistics and Transport Sector Project

A multi-disciplinary applied research team in TU Dublin is working on a project to assess potential post-Brexit implications for the logistics and transportation sector and the impact on movements of goods between Ireland, the other EU Member States, or the United Kingdom.

Top CAO Tips from TU Dublin

CAO applications for September 2019 college places opened on 5 November, and already thousands of eager beavers submitted their application before the final deadline of this Friday, 1 February 2019.

HEC Ladies Football Championships Launch

Last week, the 2019 Gourmet Food Parlour HEC Ladies Football third-level championships were launched at an event hosted by the sponsor in Santry. TU Dublin - City Campus will host concluding matches in March at Broombridge, Grangegorman and Abbottstown.

Study Abroad: South Korea

Daragh Browne, a Computer Science student based in TU Dublin - City Campus, recently participated in a Korean Exchange programme which allowed him to spend a semester at Kyungpook National University in Daegu. Here, he takes us through the highlights of his trip.

New Frontiers Showcase

Minister for Business, Enterprise & Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD, awarded Daniel Nugent of Ambr Eyewear, the ‘Lead Entrepreneur Award’ at the TU Dublin Hothouse/ IADT New Frontiers Annual Showcase.

Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh meets TU Dublin students

Globally 1.25 billion women do not have access to sanitary products or underwear, so they use cloth, leaves, rags, or tin cans, but two young TU Dublin Graduates are hoping that a menstrual toolkit they have designed will help to improve the lives of some of these women, in particular refugees.

Dr Deirdre Lillis appointed to Senate of NUI

The Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh TD, has appointed Dr Deirdre Lillis, TU Dublin, to the Senate of the National University of Ireland (NUI) for the 2019-2024 term.

TU Dublin hosts Seminar on Student Orientations

On Friday, January 18th, a very successful seminar on Innovative Orientations was hosted on the TU Dublin Grangegorman campus. Over 130 people attended from 25 different colleges and Universities across Ireland.

TU Dublin at Autodesk's Dublin Design + Make Event

TU Dublin was invited to exhibit at Autodesk's Dublin Design + Make event on Tuesday 15th and Wednesday 16th January.

TU Dublin projects awarded €1.9 Million by HEA

TU Dublin has been awarded €1.9 million under the HEA 'Higher Education System Innovation and Transformation Call 2018' for two transformation projects. The projects will commence in January 2019 and will run over three years.

Free online and campus-based Irish classes in TU Dublin

A new term of Free Irish Language Classes on campus and online for TU Dublin Staff & Students will begin from the 4th February 2019 organised by Oifig na Gaeilge, TU Dublin’s Irish language office and Gaelchultúr Teo. and supported by Staff Development.

New Head of Innovation & Enterprise at TU Dublin

Technological University Dublin is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Paul Maguire as Head of Innovation and Enterprise at TU Dublin – City Campus.

TU Dublin formally established by law today

Tuesday, January 1, 2019: Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), Ireland’s first technological university, has been formally established by law today.

Professor David FitzPatrick is inaugural President of Technological University Dublin

Following the designation for TU appointment by Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh TD, the soon to be established Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is delighted to welcome Professor David FitzPatrick as its inaugural President.

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