TU Dublin Organises DEIS Schools Nutritional Event
The School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology at TU Dublin organised an event with the City of Dublin Educational Training Boards (CDETB) and the French Embassy to help promote good nutrition among students of DEIS schools.
MBA Event: Lessons from Sport with Paul Flynn - 30 May
The MBA programme at TU Dublin invites you to an exclusive evening in Aungier Street on Thursday 30, May where we will be joined by Paul Flynn, former All-Star Dublin Footballer, six-time All-Ireland Winner and CEO of the Gaelic Players Association.
IDEA Camp 2019
The hugely successful innovation academy, IDEA, returns this summer with host, TU Dublin, currently seeking applications from exceptional secondary school students interested in learning about design and emerging technologies such as 3D printing.
#thinkingabout - TU Dublin Art & Design Grad Show
TU Dublin presents a multidisciplinary art and design exhibition featuring the final-year students of the Dublin School of Creative Arts, Photography students from the School of Media and Product Design students from the School of Mechanical and Design Engineering in Grangegorman.
Access to Apprenticeship is recruiting for September 2019
The Access to Apprenticeship Programme, delivered by the College of Engineering and Built Environment in partnership with J.P Morgan and ESB, is currently recruiting for applicants to start the course in September 2019. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, 31 July 2019.
Call for TU Dublin ACE Office Tutors 2019/2020
Have you got an undergraduate degree and are interested in helping Access students achieve their academic goals? The Access and Civic Engagement Office in TU Dublin is seeking applications for the role of Tutor.
Students hold Art Workshop at the Creative Life Centre, St. James’s Hospital
Four students from our BA in Fine Art at Dublin School of Creative Arts held a Art Session for patients at the Creative Life Centre at Mercer’s Institute for Successful Ageing, St James Hospital.
Library Service declares Fines Amnesty
The Library Service has declared a ‘fines amnesty’ for overdue books returned between Monday 20th and Friday 24th May.
TY Challenge at TU Dublin
TU Dublin welcomed 100 Transition Year students from local schools to Grangegorman this week to celebrate their participation in the TY Challenge organised by the Access and Civic Engagement Office.
Students Learning With Communities Awards 2019
Congratulations to all the students and community partners who received awards and certificates at the annual Students Learning With Communities awards event which took place in Grangegorman last week.
TU Dublin Research Scholarship Programme 2019
TU Dublin invites applications for the Research Scholarship Programme 2019, the purpose of which is to promote the exploration and application of knowledge.
Blenders look to the future with TU Dublin
One of Ireland’s most recognisable food businesses, Blenders, has announced its support of the Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) Transforming Tomorrow capital campaign.
Prize-giving ceremony for Property Economics Students
Since 2017, Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) and Chartered Surveyors and Commercial Property Consultants, Bannon, have collaborated on an Applied Investment and Asset Valuations module for final-year Property Economics students.
Access to Apprenticeship & John Sisk & Sons
A massive thank you to Dave Tracey and all the team at the John G Sisk Training Centre for putting on a brilliant joinery workshop for our TU Dublin Access to Apprenticeship students on Friday.
TU Dublin New York Alumni Annual Gathering, May 23
On 23rd May, New York graduates from TU Dublin will meet to celebrate the creation of our new university at the American Irish Historical Society in New York City.
They Float Up, 8-25 May in Bewley's Cafe Theatre
They Float Up, a theatrical lunchtime production directed by TU Dublin Conservatory of Music and Drama Lecturer Peter McDermott, has opened for a three-week run in the Bewley's Cafe Theatre.
TU Dublin Joins SFI MaREI Research Centre
TU Dublin has joined MaREI, the national SFI Research Centre undertaking research related to the energy transition, climate action, and blue economy and uses this research to empower business, shift policy and support society.
TU Dublin Student International Design Contest Finalist
Daniella Kalligorsky, a third-year Product Design student at TU Dublin, has been named a finalist in the prestigious Design Innovation in Plastic awards. Sponsored by Covestro, the international competition is the longest running student plastics design contest in the world.
Bolton Trust Innovation Awards 2019
Shane O'Sullivan of Glimpse was announced as the winner of the 2019 Bolton Trust Innovation Awards. The event took place on Wednesday, 1 May at the offices of PwC, who support the awards.
Gaeltacht Scholarships for TU Dublin Staff & Students
Oifig na Gaeilge, TU Dublin’s Irish Language Office is offering scholarships to current TU Dublin staff and students who would like to spend a week in the Gaeltacht on an Irish language course this summer.
TU Dublin Lecturer Wins RSC Education Award
Dr Barry Ryan, a lecturer in Biochemistry at Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), has won the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Higher Education Teaching Award 2019.
TABHAIR FAOI! 11 May
TABHAIR FAOI! Writing Workshop for Beginners le Réaltán Ní Leannáin, Saturday 11th May, 12-2p.m Would you like to try your hand at creative writing?
Smarter Travel Annual Cycle Challenge: 8-28 May
Smarter Travel’s Annual Cycle Challenge takes place this year from 8th – 28th May 2019. The Cycle Challenge is for staff and students of all cycling abilities, from beginners and returning cyclists to occasional and experienced cyclists.
New Frontiers Phase 2 - Applications Now Open
New Frontiers, Ireland’s leading Entrepreneur Development Programme is seeking applications to its Phase 2 programme. The closing date is Friday, 24 May 2019.
Developing all learners: Big data in higher education
TU Dublin Awarded HERA Funding
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) has been awarded €146,000 by the Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA) for FESTSPACE, a research project about festivals, events and inclusive urban public spaces in Europe.
TU Dublin Wins NDA Universal Design Trophy
The National Disability Authority has conferred Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) with a Recognition of Excellence trophy in celebration of a decade-long collaboration with its founding Institutions, and the new University’s commitment to the application of Universal Design.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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