A-STEP 2030 – Second Transnational Meeting in Dublin
Last week, TU Dublin welcomed members of the A-STEP 2030 “Attracting Diverse Talent to the Engineering Professions of 2030” research team to the second transnational meeting.
TU Dublin at IEEE 5th World Forum
A TU Dublin delegation recently attended the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 5th World Forum on Internet of Things 2019 in University of Limerick.
TU Dublin Students Win Manor Farm Competition
TU Dublin Culinary Arts Students, Shorena Khutsianidze and Emily Jane Cunningham, have been named winners of this year’s Manor Farm cookery competition, held in Cathal Brugha Street.
Apprenticeship Information Morning: 9 May
On Thursday 9 May, the Grangegorman Development Agency and the Grangegorman Labour and Learning Forum, are hosting an information morning for anyone interested in hearing more about taking on an apprenticeship. The event will take place in Rathdown House, Grangegorman and runs from 9am-12pm.
TU Dublin Operatic Society Presents The Medium
TU Dublin Operatic Society presents its next production The Medium by Menotti taking place from the 24th to the 27th of April in the Gleeson Theatre, Kevin Street at 7:30 pm.
Volunteers needed for TU Dublin Orientation 2019
Campus Life in TU Dublin - City Campus is aiming to make TU Dublin Orientation Week more engaging, and more student-centred, with lots of student volunteers available to show their new colleagues around.
TU Dublin graduate wins Gold in Global Skills Challenge
Olivier Bal Petre, an IrelandSkills Silver medalist in Cloud Computing and TU Dublin graduate, has won the Global Skills Challenge in Melbourne.
WELCOME TO THE ANTHROPOCENE
Dublin School of Creative Arts Lecturer, Glenn Loughran, is currently on a research secondment in the Jambeli Archipelago, Ecuador.
TU Dublin part of European University of Technology consortium
TU Dublin is one of seven universities that have come together to respond to the EU Commission’s call for proposals to create a European University “to reinforce and structure cooperation among higher education institutions”.
TU Dublin win four Student Media Awards 2019
TU Dublin media students were recognised for their contribution to student journalism taking home four awards at the National Student Media Awards 2019.
ACE Student Volunteering Awards 2019
The Access and Civic Engagement (ACE) Office held its Annual Volunteering Awards Ceremony on Monday 8th April.
THE MEETING: Film Screening and Q&A session, 30 Apr
TU Dublin, in conjunction with our colleagues in NUI Galway, will roll out a smart consent programme for all incoming first-year students in 2019. Over 60 staff have been trained, and over 30 students have already volunteered to be smart consent leaders.
Sustainable Construction and Practice Research Group
The Knowledge in Sustainable Construction and Practice Research Group (KSCP-RG) led by Professor Lloyd Scott (of the School of Surveying and Construction Management) was recently launched by Professor Gerald Farrell, Dean of the College of Engineering and Built Environment at TU Dublin.
Spring Festival of Vocal Music: 1/2 May 2019
TU Dublin Conservatory presents a spring festival of vocal music featuring the students and staff of the Vocal Department. The three free concerts will take place in St. Laurence's in Grangegorman.
School of Mechanical & Design Engineering Alumni Event
The TU Dublin Graduate Network is hosting a networking event for alumni of the School of Mechanical and Design Engineering in Bolton Street on Thursday 9 May at 6-8pm.
Metaphysics: Fine Art Exhibition at Farmleigh
Metaphysics is a group exhibition of artworks by the Third Year Fine Art students from the School of Creative Arts at TU Dublin. This collection of works represents a series of diverse responses to a text entitled ‘Timaeus’ by the Greek philosopher Plato.
Rush student wins SciFest@TU Dublin – Kevin Street
Of the vast array of excellent projects exhibited at SciFest@TU Dublin – Kevin St Campus - 2019, the top prize on the day, the SFI Best Project Award, went to Daniel O’Brien from St Joseph’s Secondary School, Rush for his project, “Seal Whiskers - Bioinspiration for Oceantech”.
Students visit CLiC Newsroom in TU Dublin
Nine pupils from Synge Street Primary school, accompanied by their teacher Judith Russell, had a great visit to the CLiC Newsroom this week in the School of Media, TU Dublin.
East Quad milestone marked with topping out ceremony
The East Quad on TU Dublin's new campus at Grangegorman got a roof on Thursday. The milestone was celebrated with a "topping out" ceremony attended by staff from the GDA, TU Dublin, SISK FCC and representatives from the National Development Finance Agency.
New book on McGahern presented to President Higgins
Dr Eamon Maher, TU Dublin – Tallaght Campus, and Dr Derek Hand, DCU, were recently invited to Áras an Uachtaráin to present their book, Essays on John McGahern: Assessing a Literary Legacy (Cork University Press), to President Michael D. Higgins.
Marriott Scholarships 2019
TU Dublin is delighted to announce the 2019 awardees of the J Willard & Alice S. Marriott Foundation Scholarships.
An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar TD Opens CONNECT
TU Dublin was delighted to welcome An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar T.D. and Minister of State for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O'Connor T.D. last week for the official opening of CONNECT, the new Student Services Building at TU Dublin within the Blanchardstown Campus.
CanSat Winners 2019
Transition-year students from Confey College in Leixlip won the prestigious TU Dublin – City Campus CanSat Regional Final, a European Space Agency initiative, which took place TU Dublin Grangegorman in March.
Governor of Hunan Province Visits TU Dublin
Professor David FitzPatrick, President of Technological University Dublin, welcomed the Governor of Hunan Province China to Grangegorman on 1st April 2019. Accompanied by the Chinese Ambassador to Ireland, Ambassador Yue Xiaoyong this was the first official Chinese delegation to visit Ireland's newest university.
TU Dublin Win ICE Award 2019
On Friday 29th March, TU Dublin was awarded the Irish Construction Excellence 2019 award for best Third Level Course: Postgraduate or CPD for its postgraduate Building Information Modelling and Management suite.
TU Dublin at 6th International LafargeHolcim Forum
Professor Lloyd Scott is an invited expert at the 6th International LafargeHolcim Forum for Sustainable Construction taking place in Cairo between the 4th and 6th April. The LafargeHolcim Forum is a tri-annual series of conferences on the topic of sustainable construction.
ESTeEM celebrates the end of another triumphant year
The sun was shining as ninety female students of Computer Science, and Engineering at TU Dublin arrived in Gleeson Hall for their final mentoring gathering as part of the TU Dublin ESTeEM programme.
TU Dublin student wins Silver medal at IrelandSkills Live
Dublin School of Creative Arts Visual Merchandising student, Jenny Mangan, won the Silver Medal at IrelandSkills Live which took place from 21-23 March 2019 at the RDS. Jenny was one of four Dublin School of Creative Arts students who took part in the competition.
TU Dublin Win 9 IrelandSkills Awards
TU Dublin students took home an amazing 9 IrelandSkills Awards at the event which took place in the RDS on 21-23 March. The winners will represent Ireland at the WorldSkills competition in Russia this August.
Building ESTeEM IWD Event 2019
On International Women’s Day 2019, 85 female students from DEIS schools partnered and linked to TU Dublin visited Grangegorman to hear from staff, industry professionals and students about the exciting opportunities offered by a career in Engineering. The event was organised to coincide with Engineers Week 2019.
TU Dublin Celebrates Green Week, 25 -29 March 2019
In what has become a much-anticipated annual occasion, students and staff across TU Dublin will celebrate Green Week with a number of seminars, workshops, films and talks exploring various topics related to climate action, sustainability and protecting our environment.
TU Dublin Creative Arts rank in top 200 worldwide
The QS World University Rankings by Subject has ranked Dublin School of Creative Arts, TU Dublin in their Top 200 Universities for Art and Design in the world.
‘Be Media Smart’ campaign to stop fake news
A new public awareness campaign launched today to coincide with European Media Literacy Week (18-22 March).
TU Dublin student stars in Edna O’Brien’s ‘The Country Girls’
Edna O’Brien’s classic novel, The Country Girls has been adapted for the stage by the author herself and opens in The Abbey Theatre on Thursday 28 February.
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