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  • Apprenticeship Course launched

    Apprenticeship Course launched

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  • Data Centre Technician Programme

    Data Centre Technician Programme

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  • Success for 3rd year Engineering Student

    TU Dublin Students Attending Sustainability Summer School in Lucerne

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  • Maths Eyes Awards

    Award ceremony for Maths Eyes

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  • Electrical Trades June 2019 Exam Timetable

    Electrical Trades June 2019 Exam Timetable

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  • Mindfulness for Chefs’ Wins Innovation Award

    ‘The Mindful Kitchen’ a new module that is part of the core curriculum of year one culinary arts students in TUDublin’s -Tallaght Campus  is the winner of The Jennifer Burke Award for Innovation in Teaching and Learning 2019 . https://jenniferburkeaward.ie/ This module is the first of its kind globally, in culinary education. Designed by culinary lecturers Annette Sweeney and Denise Murray, it seeks to innovate kitchen culture for chefs using teaching and learning.

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  • 1st TU Dublin Graduate Network Event – New York

    The Graduate Network held its first event as TU Dublin at a reception in New York on Thursday. Held at the impressive American Irish Historical Society, guests included graduates from all three campuses of TU Dublin who represented classes between 1959 and 2018.

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  • Creative Digital Media Degree Show 2019

    You are cordially invited to the opening reception of the Creative Digital Media Degree Show 2019 on Saturday 18th May at 3pm at RUA RED, South Dublin Arts Centre, Civic Square, Tallaght, Dublin 24

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  • Fashioneering Summer Camp 10th June

    Fashioneering Summer Camp 10th June

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  • The 13th AFIS (Association of Franco-Irish Studies) conference

    The 13th AFIS (Association of Franco-Irish Studies) conference was held in the Université de Lille on the 24-24 May and was a huge success, with over 60 delegates in attendance and stimulating papers on the theme of Margins and Marginalities in France and Ireland.

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  • How bees use the waggle dance

    Bees provide pollination to virtually every fruit and vegetable plant thus playing a crucial role in agricultural food production and wild plant diversity and conservation. They are also an important source of income for beekeepers and this contributes to the economic value of rural areas (there are an estimated 3,000 beekeepers in Ireland).

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  • 1916 Bursary Fund 2019/20

    The 1916 Bursary is funded by the Department of Education and Skills for eligible applicants to TU Dublin. In 2019/20 there are 25 bursaries of €5,000 per annum for the duration of applicant’s undergraduate studies in TU Dublin, up to four years for full time undergraduate programmes and six years for part time undergraduate programmes.

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  • TU Dublin New York Alumni

    On 23rd May, New York graduates from TU Dublin (formally DIT,ITB and ITT) will meet to celebrate the creation of our new university at the American Irish Historical Society in New York City. Hosted by Professor David FitzPatrick, President of TU Dublin, this event will be an opportunity to catch up with old friends and to make new acquaintances.

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  • Niamh Murphy - 1st Prize Engineering Research

    1st Prize for Best Engineering Research Poster at the INSPIRE conference at City Campus yesterday went to Tallaght Campus Engineering postgrad Niamh Murphy and her supervisor Dr. Colin Bright for their research on Spinal Degeneration following Fusion Surgery.

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  • Successful 24 hours for Synergy mentored Entrepreneurs

    The Bolton Trust was established in 1987 by the staff of DIT to support Entrepreneurs. Since 2003 they have run an annual competition for start-up’s and spin-outs from DIT programmes who are seeking investment to support their growth. In this inaugural year of TU Dublin, start-ups from the New Frontiers Programmes from Blanchardstown and Tallaght campuses were also eligible to compete for the first time. The 2019 Bolton Trust Innovation Award finals were hosted by PWC at Spencer Dock on Wednesday evening (1st May). Prior to this, following a shortlisting and  interview process over several weeks, three finalists were ultimately selected who were then provided with pitch and business planning coaching by PWC staff, leading up to the head to head pitch to an invited audience and judging panel to compete for the cash prize of €10,000. 

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  • NDA Recognition of Excellence 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.  NDA Chairperson, Helen Guinan and Dr Gerald Craddock, Chief Officer of the NDA’s Centre for Excellence in Universal Design (CEUD) presented the award to TU Dublin President, Professor David FitzPatrick. The announcement was made at a celebratory function attended by the Minister of State for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, TU Dublin staff and students, and representatives from the NDA and Grangegorman Development Agency. 

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  • Essays on John McGahern: Assessing a Literary Legacy

    Essays on John McGahern: Assessing a Literary Legacy

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  • Final Year Advertising & Marketing Showcase

    Final year students on the BA (Hons) in Advertising and Marketing Communications showcase their work

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  • Principal’s Volunteer Programme

    The Principal’s Volunteer Programme (PVP) has been put in place as a result of collaboration between local second level Maths teachers and TU Dublin – Tallaght Campus Maths lecturers.

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  • Recent graduates of Advertising and Marketing Communications

    Congratulations to Conor Sheridan and Isobel Hamzawi, recent graduates of Advertising and Marketing Communications at Tallaght Campus.

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  • Essays on John McGahern

    The launch of the book takes place in the Royal Irish Academy on Wednesday, 17 April, at 6 pm, with playwright Marina Carr as guest speaker.  Acceptances to corkuniversitypress@ucc.ie

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  • Enhancing Student Learning Conference

    We would like to invite you to a free one-day conference on enhancing student learning in the Tallaght Campus on Thursday 13th June 2019. We have 6 academic speakers from fields including science, engineering, maths and business. There will be opportunities throughout the day to make contributions, and to hear varying perspectives from different academic fields on effective student learning.

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  • Fashioneering – Design, Create, Innovate

    Summer Camp for Transition Year and Senior Cycle Students where we will use a blend of design thinking, fashion, smart materials, 3D printing, sensors and coding to create functional clothing and wearables to solve some of the most challenging societal issues we will face in Dublin 2050. 11th to 14th June 2019.

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  • TCS Students enjoy CanSat Launch

    Tallaght Community Students at Tallaght Campus

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  • Creative Culinary Arts Summer Academy

    Creative Culinary Arts Summer Academy

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  • Success for Computing Students at Live Skills

    Olivier Bal Petre and Ryan Molyneux placed First and Second in the National Cloud Computing Competition

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  • University Higher Education Scholarships for Adult Learners

    What are the scholarships? The scholarships are intended to remove financial barriers so that adult learners can unlock their potential and realise their academic ambitions.  Uniquely, Uversity’s scholarships will provide full financial support, if required, for the entire period of recipients’ study. 

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  • Full-time Prospectus 2019

    In July 2018 An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD announced that the alliance comprising of the Institute of Technology Tallaght, Dublin Institute of Technology and the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown is set to become the first Technological University (TU Dublin) in Ireland in 2019. 

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  • Annette Sweeney highlights careers in Hospitality & Culinary Arts sector.

    What do you do when the industry you represent, and the third-level courses you are delivering, are attracting dwindling numbers of new entrants? It is a concern shared by Cáit Noone, former head of the Galway international hotel school at Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (she is now vice-president for international and engagement at the college), and Annette Sweeney, co-ordinator of the culinary arts programmes at TU Dublin Tallaght Campus.

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  • Adults Mathematics and Work: from Research into Practice

    More than 70 of the TU Dublin staff, friends and family gathered in the Royal Irish Academy, Dawson Street,  to celebrate the launch of a book co-authored by John Keogh (Science Department, Mathematics Lecturer), Terry Maguire (Director of the National Forum and former Head of Lifelong learning ITT Dublin) and John O’Donoghue University of Limerick.  

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  • Orientation Student Leader 2019 Application

    Orientation Student Leader 2019 Application

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  • Course - working with older people

    Developing an Activities Programme for Older People in Day and Residential Settings The course is a level 7 Continuing Professional Development programme (CPD) that runs over 5 full days. The course generally runs each academic year subject to demand. The course is delivered at the Technological University of Dublin – City campus (formerly DIT) Grangegorman, Dublin 7.

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  • Don’t let mumps interrupt your studies or ruin your exams!

    In 2019, there has been a large increase in the number of mumps cases reported from universities and secondary schools in the Dublin area. If you have not had mumps or have not received two doses of the MMR vaccine, you are at risk of getting mumps. 

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  • Silver medal for Alexis

    Silver medal for TU Dublin Student Alexis Karakatsanis (pictured) at the Weightlifting Intervarsity on Saturday in Galway.

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  • Student Crowned Knorr Student Chef of the Year 2019

    After a two hour cook-off, student Lee McDonagh, representing Technological University Dublin – Tallaght Campus, has been crowned the Knorr Student Chef of the Year for 2019, making the Tallaght campus the reigning champions for two years running. Lee was up against seven other student chefs from across Ireland, in a competition to create two plates based around the theme 'Street on a Plate: a street food feast inspired by the food trucks, street stalls and farmers markets of Ireland'. This year's competition celebrated the evolving palette of the Irish population and its influence on Irish food markets.

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  • Kate Frost Wins Women’s National Senior Badminton Title

    Kate Frost beat the two time Women’s Singles National champion Rachael Darragh in straight games: 21-15,21-12 to win the Women’s National Senior Badminton title at the National Senior Badminton Championships

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  • Meeting with Minister Joe Mc Hugh

    Meeting with Minister Joe Mc Hugh regarding Applied Culinary Nutrition Education & Research TU Dublin- Tallaght Campus

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  • Young people in Tallaght have their say

    Tuesday, 29 January 2019:  People in Tallaght voiced their opinions on how the EU can support young people on the issues that matter to them at a town hall style meeting with the European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, Tibor Navracsics; the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Katherine Zappone TD; and President of TU Dublin, Professor David FitzPatrick in the Tallaght Campus of TU Dublin.

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  • Tallaght Campus - Education Awards Shortlist

    TU Dublin – Tallaght Campus has been shortlisted for not one, but two awards at ‘The Education Awards 2019,’ an annual event that acknowledges and celebrates excellence amongst state and privately–funded institutions in the third-level education sector in Ireland.

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  • Delegation from the South African Technology Network (SATN) Trust

    Delegation from the South African Technology Network (SATN) Trust

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  • Visit of NJ Tech University CPC Committee

    Visit of NJ Tech University CPC Committee

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  • Asia Matters Summit in IPA Dublin

    TU Dublin International Affairs Office  – Robert Flood, Stella Browne, Tara McKiernan with  HE Mr Eoin O’Leary Ambassador of Ireland to China and HE Dr Yue Xiaoyang China Ambassador to Ireland at the Asia Matters Summit in IPA Dublin

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  • Ireland’s first technological university, formally established by law

    TU Dublin, Ireland’s first technological university, formally established by law

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