Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) was presented with the Athena SWAN Bronze Award at a special ceremony held in Dublin today. The award recognises commitment to advancing gender equality among women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and bringing about organisational and cultural change.
A talk on Business & Competition Law - 22 November
The Institute of Management Consultants and Advisers and DIT College of Business will host a talk on the developments and the current position of Business and Competition law on Thursday, 22 November at 6 pm in DIT Aungier Street.
Students Learning With Communities is 10!
You’re invited to celebrate with a workshop on partnership working, and a celebration to mark the occasion!
An evening with Martin Shanahan, CEO IDA
The CEO of IDA, Martin Shanahan, will be speaking to the Investors and Entrepreneurs Society about what makes Ireland so unique and attractive to multinational companies looking to establish an EU HQ as well as the opportunities that Brexit and increasing geopolitical uncertainties can present for Irish entrepreneurs.
Sirus Scholarships for Building Engineering Students
Two talented third-year Building Engineering students, Rosa Kirwan (Greystones, Wicklow) and Eoin McNulty-Goodwin (Ranelagh, Dublin), were awarded the 2018 SIRUS Scholarship recently.
DIT Students Win Construction Competition
A collaborative team from Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) and University Denver placed first in the annual Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region 8 competition held this year in Prague, Czech Republic. The event was sponsored by SWIETELSKY.
DIT Hothouse Discovery Fund
DIT Hothouse has launched the Discovery Fund - a new internal fund in DIT to support innovative early-stage research that has significant impact potential.
DIT celebrates International Men's Day
Join us on International Men's Day for an event exploring the theme of positive male role models in the workplace.
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.
Transport Planning Day - Lessons learned from Amsterdam
To celebrate Transport Planning Day on 13 November, the Transport Planning Society, in collaboration with DIT, will present an event exploring the delivery of the public realm transport scheme and Metro System in Amsterdam.
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.
BODIES OF DATA: Intersecting medical and digital humanities
The Irish Humanities Alliance, in collaboration with UCD and DIT, are excited to host ‘Bodies of data: intersecting medical and digital humanities’ on 22-23 November (more information at www.irishhumanities.com)
Health Inside: 10-22 November
Health Inside is a new public art intervention by Dr Sinead McCann, Visual Artist, DIT Fine Art Graduate, and staff member with DIT Access and Civic Engagement Office, about the Irish prison system and prisoners’ health in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Dublin School of Creative Arts Open Day - 22 Nov
Dublin School of Creative Arts in DIT will host an Open Day and Portfolio Clinics for students interested in applying through the CAO to a number of creative programmes on Thursday, 22 November in Grangegorman.
You've a big future ahead - Open Days 2018
Dublin Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown and Institute of Technology Tallaght are set to become Ireland’s first Technological University – TU Dublin – in January 2019.
DIT wins ESB Inter-Colleges Challenge
Following an intense two-day challenge event, four DIT students have claimed the ESB Inter Colleges Challenge title and will now represent Ireland at the Engineering and Commerce Case Competition in Montreal next year.
Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019
DIT, along with its TU Dublin partners IT Blanchardstown and IT Tallaght, has been named the Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019 Institute of Technology of the Year.
Coffee morning with Professor Yvonne Galligan - Women Leaders network
Come for coffee and meet our new Director of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, Professor Yvonne Galligan.
Artistic Research Perspectives - DIT Conservatory
Artistic Research Perspectives is a series of talks that celebrates and highlights the research activities at DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama.
in | discussion: Gillian Rose - 15 November
As part of it's 'in discussion' series, Dublin School of Creative Arts will host a talk with Gillian Rose, Professor of Human Geography at the University of Oxford about how digital technology affects how we see our cities. The event will take place in DIT Grangegorman on Thursday, 15 November at 5.30pm.
Dr Máirtín Mac Con Iomaire explores Ireland's food heritage in new TG4 show
DIT Lecturer and Food Historian, Máirtín Mac Con Iomaire, embarks on a journey around Ireland to explore the country's unique food heritage in the new TG4 series, 'Blasta'.
Parnell Square - A new cultural quarter
DIT will present a high-level event exploring the plans to develop the Parnell Square Cultural Quarter – featuring an exciting lineup of speakers from the lead design team, including Brendan Teeling (Dublin City Librarian), Kieran O’Brien (Grafton Architects) and Grainne Shaffrey (Shaffrey Architects).
DIT Engineering students visit live construction site at Grangegorman
Linking theory and practice is a key component of the programmes in Civil and Structural Engineering at DIT and last week, students had the opportunity to visit the high profile SISK/FCC construction site for the new Quad developments at DIT Grangegorman.
Soldier Still - Nationwide Tour
Dr Tom Clonan, Lecturer in the School of Media at DIT, is currently performing in a nationwide tour of Soldier Still with shows in Galway, Cork and Limerick.
Intel Scholarship Programmes
Dublin Institute of Technology is delighted to announce three new Intel Scholarship Programmes across Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical and Design Engineering and Women in Technology. There are seven Scholarships in total, each with a value of €3,000 per student.
Musgrave Marketplace Scholarships 2018
DIT and Musgrave Marketplace are delighted to announce the winners of the 2018 Musgrave Marketplace Scholarships.
Engineering Your Future 2019 is open!
Applications for the 2019 Engineering Your Future TY Programme are now open.
DIT and UESTC Sign Historic Research Agreement
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has signed a historic agreement with leading Chinese University, the University of Electronic Science and Technology (UESTC), to develop the Irish-Sino Research and Innovation Institute for Novel and Emerging Sciences and Technologies (NEST).
DIT Graduate wins 2018 RDS Taylor Art Award
DIT Visual Art graduate, Mary Sullivan, has won the 2018 RDS Taylor Art Award of €10,000 for her BA work At Home, At War. Mary follows an illustrious roll-call of previous winners such as Harry Clarke, Seán Keating, Louis Le Brocquy, Dorothy Cross, Maria McKinney, Sam Keogh and many others.
DIT Student Awarded Hamilton Prize
Congratulations to Gavin Elliott, now in his final year of the programme BSc (Hons) Mathematical Sciences in DIT, who was recently awarded the prestigious Hamilton Prize at the Royal Irish Academy for his performance in the penultimate year of his studies.
DIT Graduate Wins Zurich Portrait Prize 2018
Visual Artist and DIT Photography graduate, Mandy O’Neill, has won the 2018 Zurich Portrait Prize. The national competition showcases contemporary portraiture and attracts entries from across the island of Ireland, and from Irish artists living abroad.
Conferring ceremony - Visual Art, Sherkin Island
Graduation season has begun in DIT with the first conferring ceremony taking place on Sherkin Island for the graduates of Visual Art programme which is based on the island.
Fleet Transport Awards 2018
The Logistics Associate Apprenticeship developed by DIT received the prestigious Innovation Award at the Fleet Transport Awards and Networking Event last Thursday.
Study Skills Workshops: all students welcome
Could you do with some help on how to take good study notes that will help with revision?
A new university for a changing world
The alliance of Dublin Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown and Institute of Technology Tallaght is set to become the first Technological University (TU Dublin) in Ireland, as revealed by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD in Grangegorman today.
BÚA Scholarships 2018/19 – Oifig na Gaeilge now accepting applications
If you have Irish, are inspired and energised in promoting and developing the Irish language in DIT, we want to hear from you!
"What's a desktop?" and other first-year questions
We surveyed almost 3,000 incoming DIT students last week about their use of tech devices and here's what we found.
DIT Turkey Run - 5 December
The DIT Annual Turkey Run 2018 will take place on Wednesday, 5 December at 1.15pm on the Grangegorman campus and everyone is invited to join in.
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