On Wednesday, 25 April 2018 from 2 - 5 pm DIT will host an Open Day for CAO applicants to programmes delivered by the School of Hospitality Management and Tourism and the School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology in Cathal Brugha Street.
DIT students win national chemistry awards
Congratulations to four DIT students who swept the board at the 19th National Eurachem Analytical Measurement Competition (EAMC)in Letterkenny Institute of Technology earning both the overall winner and runner-up prizes.
DIT win Irish Logistics & Transport Award
DIT received the prestigious Education Award at the Irish Logistics and Transport Awards 2018 for its programme, BSc Logistics & Supply Chain Management, delivered by the College of Business. Launched in 2010, The Irish Logistics and Transport Awards are a long-standing benchmark for organisations demonstrating excellence in the industry
DIT win two Education Awards
The School of Mechanical & Design Engineering won the Best Student Experience Award for its Formula One Student Project, and the School of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Sciences won the Best Online Learning Experience Award at the Education Awards ceremony held in the Ballsbridge Hotel last Thursday.
DIT win four Student Media Awards
Three DIT media students were recognised for their contribution to student journalism taking home four awards at the National Student Media Awards 2018.
Young people encouraged to tackle the threat of microplastics ahead of Earth Day 2018
A DIT project raising awareness of the impact of microplastics on the Irish coastline was launched in Dublin today.
Clinishift Wins Bolton Trust Innovation Award
CliniShift, a recent graduate of the DIT Hothouse New Frontiers programme, has won the 2018 Bolton Trust Innovation Awards winning a prize of €10,000.
DIT in final of Generation Apprentice 2018
Congratulations to a team of Industrial Insulation Apprentices from DIT who have reached to final of the 2018 Generation Apprentice Competition.
Musical Tales by DIT Conservatory: Monday, 23 April
On Monday, 23 April and as part of the One City One Book Festival 2018, DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama in conjunction with the Contemporary Music Centre presents Musical Tales: two concerts built around the featured book, Sinéad Gleeson’s collection of short stories The Long Gaze Back.
Open Day on Sherkin Island
Sunday 29th April 2018 | 2.30 - 5pm Community Hall on Sherkin Island
DIT SMF Launch Night
Established in January 2018, DIT SMF (Student Managed Fund) is the brainchild of three DIT MSc Finance students, led by Conor Flanagan, Sudhanshu Suryavanshi, and James Igoe and mentored by Seán O'Reilly, lecturer in the School of Accounting and Finance.
Stressed? DIT's Counselling Service is here to help
This time of year can be very stressful for students with assignments due and exams nearing, but it is essential that you take some time to look after your mental health. The DIT Student Counselling and Development Service is here to provide support in person, by email or live chat.
Innovation, gender & ethics in Computer Science: A conversation with Dr Deirdre Lillis
Dr Deirdre Lillis, Head of the DIT School of Computing and a board member for the Higher Education Authority in Ireland, discusses the goals and potential impact of the HUBLinked project, and explores the topics of gender and ethics in Computer Science.
Scifest in DIT inspires discovery and innovation among school students
150 secondary school students visited DIT last week for Scifest, an international science fair that aims to inspire secondary students to explore and study science, technology, maths and engineering (STEM).
Summer Ensembles at the NCH: 23 April
Students from the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama will perform a selection of chamber and duo music for piano at the National Concert Hall on Monday, 23 April at 7:30 pm.
Amore, Love, Amour at the NCH: Wed, 25 April
Presented by the DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama, Amore, Love, Amour, a series of Opera Ensembles celebrates love for better or worse and takes place in the National Concert Hall on Wednesday, 25 April 2018 at 7:30 pm.
DIT Conservatory of Music Lunchtime Concerts
The Conservatory of Music and Drama at DIT invites you to enjoy our annual series of lunchtime recitals in the beautiful surroundings of the Pepper Canister Church on Mount Street or St. Ann's Church on Dawson Street beginning on Thursday, 12 April.
A haven for foodies: DIT Visual Merchandising
Three 2nd-year BA Visual Merchandising students, Esher Kodman, Molly Reid and Sarah Keating, designed and installed a welcoming stand for Musgrave Marketplace at a recent food exhibition in Belfast.
Pre-Texts: Creative Skills Workshop
Pre-texts ‘training for trainers’ course takes place in DIT Grangegorman on 29-31 May 2018 as part of ‘…the lives we live’ Grangegorman’s public art programme.
United States Alumni Events: May 2018
DIT President, Professor Brian Norton, will appear at a series of DIT alumni and friends events in three American cities – New York, Boston and San Francisco in May 2018.
DIT Grangegorman campus development accelerates
The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton T.D. and Minister for Finance and Public Reform, Paschal Donohoe T.D., and the Minister of State for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D. announced today that construction will begin immediately on the next extensive development on the DIT Grangegorman campus.
The Trial: Kilmainham Gaol Museum, 13-26 April
Dr Sinead McCann, Visual Artist, Project Officer with DIT Access and Civic Engagement Office and DIT Fine Art graduate, has directed and produced compelling multi-screen visual art installation, The Trial, on healthcare and human rights in the Irish criminal justice system.
New Act paves way for exciting new Technological University in Dublin
Wednesday March 21, 2018: The Technological University Alliance for Dublin has strongly welcomed the signing into law by President Michael D. Higgins of the Technological Universities Act 2018 following its passing through the Oireachtas.
MCT for CAO Applicants: Easter holidays 2018
DIT is holding a Mathematics Competency Test (MCT) for applicants to its Level 8 (Honours) Engineering and Business Analytics programmes that require a minimum grade of H4 and H5 in Higher Leaving Certificate Mathematics from Wednesday, 4 April to Friday 6 April 2018.
DIT student Shuai-shuai Hu selected to attend global Nobel Laureate event
Shuai-shuai Hu, a PhD student in biological sciences in DIT, has been selected from over 20,000 applicants from around the world to participate in the 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting this June in Germany.
Style and Substance: DIT Visual Merchandising
Final year students of Visual Merchandising in the DIT School of Creative Arts are challenged to develop a design for installation in a retail or merchandising setting as part of their final assessment. The design is developed in conjunction with the student's own work placement employer and is a significant part of their degree award.
Have you got what it takes to be a DIT elite athlete?
The Elite Athlete Academic Entry Scheme is now open for applications for top athletes planning to begin their undergraduate studies in DIT this September. The deadline to apply is 1st May 2018.
#IWD2018 - DIT research aims to establish new test for cervical pre-cancer
Researchers at the DIT Radiation and Environmental Science Centre (RESC), under the leadership of Professor Fiona Lyng, may be on the cusp of a major breakthrough in cervical pre-cancer diagnosis.
Cultivating Diversity and Inclusion
On Tuesday, DIT hosted a panel discussion in Bolton Street "Creating a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace for Engineering and Construction – lessons learned from other industries”.
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