1 Jul, 2020
Guayaquil Archipelago: the epistemological steps towards a Real Smart City
Real Smart Cities (ReaLsMs), a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action funded research project, has published a special edition of the Journal Ethics and Politics entitled 'Guayaquil Archipelago: the epistemological steps towards a Real Smart City'.
29 Jun, 2020
TU Dublin Product Design Students Win Engineers Without Borders 2020
Four Product Design students at TU Dublin have won “Where There Is No Engineer – Designing for Community Resilience” competition.
2 Jul, 2020
TU Dublin Wins Four Student Media Awards
TU Dublin students won four Student Media Awards which were announced live on Zoom on Wednesday, 1 July 2020.
26 Jun, 2020
TU Dublin Planning a Return to Campus in September
Ahead of the CAO Change of Mind deadline on Wednesday, one of the largest universities in the country is finalising plans and adjustments for the return to campus for Academic Year 2020/2021.
25 Jun, 2020
TU Dublin Student Fundraising for People Living in Direct Provision
Nadia Jones, a 3rd-year International Business and Languages student at TU Dublin, is running a fantastic initiative called Direct Provision Donation collecting donations of personal hygiene and cleaning products for people living in Direct Provision Centres.
23 Jun, 2020
TU Dublin joins Universities Ireland
TU Dublin has joined Universities Ireland, a network of the eleven universities on the island of Ireland. Founded in 2003 by the then Presidents and Vice-Chancellors, Universities Ireland provides opportunities for the member institutions to collaborate on a range of initiatives.
19 Jun, 2020
TU Dublin Welcomes Springboard+ Announcement
President of TU Dublin, Professor David FitzPatrick, has welcomed a statement made this week to provide 17,000 new Springboard+ places for people seeking to upskill or reskill, including on 30 free Springboard+ courses in TU Dublin.
25 Jun, 2020
Cost of Living Survey Highlights Covid-19 Related Financial Difficulties Facing Students
A new survey by Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) has shown that despite a small drop in the cost of living, many third-level students will experience significant financial hardship next year due to Covid-19.
12 Jun, 2020
TU Dublin Hothouse Spin-Out Kastus Receives European Innovation Council Grant
On Monday, the European Commission announced that Kastus, a spin-out company of TU Dublin Hothouse, would receive a grant worth over €1.6m. Kastus was one of 36 European companies selected for their pioneering work which will contribute to the fight against the coronavirus.
16 Jun, 2020
Supporting the Irish Health Sector During Covid-19
When the Irish health sector was suddenly required to work-from-home due to government policy, TU Dublin and e-Learning solutions company Enovation knew they had to work fast to offer an innovative solution to assist staff in the sector adjust to this new way of working.
9 Jun, 2020
Putting COVID-19 infections on the map in Ireland
Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation Heather Humphreys, TD has announced funding for CO/SMID - a Technological University Dublin project, which will track COVID-19 clusters based on geo-referenced data to more accurately predict future outbreaks and influence future interventions.
11 Jun, 2020
Two TU Dublin Fulbright Scholars Announced for 2020/2021
Minister of State at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade with special responsibility for the Diaspora and International Development, Ciarán Cannon TD, has announced that Susan Boyle and Anne Marie Shier are Fulbright Irish Awardees for 2020/2021.
25 Jun, 2020
TU Dublin Offers Full Scholarship For MSc in Digital Marketing
TU Dublin is offering a full scholarship for its MSc in Digital Marketing programme to a small business owner or a Junior Marketing professional financially affected by Covid-19 as part of the oneAday initiative.
3 Jun, 2020
Considering Postgraduate Study? Here’s What You Should Know
The modern job market is continually evolving, and whether you have just finished your undergraduate degree or have many years’ industry experience, acquiring new skills will be essential throughout your working life.
5 Jun, 2020
Conversion Postgraduate Courses at TU Dublin
Having studied a particular degree, you may decide that you wish to change your career path. A conversion course is designed to enable graduates of one discipline to acquire a qualification in a different discipline at Postgraduate Diploma or Masters Level.
8 Jun, 2020
TU Dublin Project Secures Over €4m in Horizon 2020 Funding
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) will coordinate an international research project which aims to enhance the spatial ability of young people and to help close the gender gap in STEM.
3 Jun, 2020
From rainbows to fibre optic magnetic sensors
As a child growing up in China, Fangfang Wei, a PhD student at TU Dublin, was always fascinated with optical properties such as the colours of a rainbow, the polarisation of a pair of sunglasses or the beam of a light pen.
19 May, 2020
Kaleidoscope Goes Online - End Of Year Show for Creative Digital Media at TU Dublin – Blanchardstown
3 Jul, 2020
Product Design Students Highly Commended at Prestigious Design Competition
Two Product Design students at TU Dublin, Ellen Dack and Hannah Dempsey, have received Highly Commended awards in the 2020 Design Innovation in Plastics (DIP) competition.
1 May, 2020
TU Dublin Hothouse Collaboration Offers Free Licence for COVID-19 R&D
CeADAR, Ireland’s Centre for Applied AI, today announced that its portfolio of technology demonstrator projects will now be freely available to license by companies and industry for potential use in their COVID-19 research and development (R&D) activities.
22 Apr, 2020
How COVID-19 might accelerate a global fashion revolution
On Earth Day, Dr Dee Duffy, Marketing Lecturer in Fashion & Retail Studies and Consumer Behaviour, explains why Covid-19 may be the catalyst for a global transformation of the fashion industry.
30 Mar, 2020
TU Dublin Donates PPE Equipment To Hospitals and Care Facilities
TU Dublin has donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to hospitals and care facilities across Dublin.
5 Mar, 2020
The Senior Academic Leadership Initiative – cracking the academic glass ceiling
Since 2016, the Higher Education Authority has compiled data on gender patterns in Irish Higher Education.
27 Feb, 2020
Grangegorman By Night
Lighting company, ECI Lighting, recently created this wonderful video of the Grangegorman Campus by night. By September 2020, almost one in three TU Dublin students will be based on the University's flagship campus at Grangegorman.
12 Feb, 2020
TU Dublin Executive MBA Open Evening
TU Dublin invites you to join us for our Executive MBA Open Evening, Wednesday 19th of February. Meet our alumni and career experts, and discover how an Executive MBA at TU Dublin can relaunch your career for the 2020s!
10 Jan, 2020
NEW YEAR DAWNS AT TU DUBLIN
Now firmly established as Ireland’s first technological university, TU Dublin marked its first birthday this week with the launch of a new 30-second television ad. Beginning with a beautiful image of dawn rising over Dublin, the ad was filmed on campus in Grangegorman, Blanchardstown and Tallaght.
9 Jan, 2020
TU Dublin Irish Language Classes and Online Training for 2020
A new year of Free Irish Language Classes on campus and on-line for TU Dublin Staff and Students will begin from Monday 3rd February 2020 organised by Oifig na Gaeilge, TU Dublin’s Irish language office and Gaelchultúr Teo, supported by Staff Development.
9 Jan, 2020
TU Dublin awarded €2.1 million under Regional Enterprise Development Fund
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is delighted to have been awarded Regional Enterprise Development funding totalling €2,149,940 to develop The Collaboratory, an Industry Solutions Hub, focusing on Cyber Security, Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence.
3 Feb, 2020
Retail Symposium 2020: Customer Loyalty Management in Retailing
The annual Retail Management Symposium, takes place this year on the 5th to the 7th of February, with this year’s focus on customer loyalty and loyalty management in a retail context.
10 Feb, 2020
Student Survey - Have your Say!
Calling all First, Final and taught Postgrads! Studentsurvey.ie 2020 is live this Monday February 10th for 3 weeks, so make sure to have your say and be in with a chance of winning a pair of Apple AirPods!
11 Feb, 2020
Love your Career: What is LinkedIn and why is it useful for students
LinkedIn is the biggest online social network for business professionals.
6 Mar, 2020
Take a Virtual Reality tour of Grangegorman
TU Dublin will open the East and Central Quads to students, staff and the local community soon, but you can take a VR tour of the buildings now!
10 Mar, 2020
A-STEP 2030 Presents at World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development
Representatives from the A-STEP 2030 project joined the Engineers Ireland's community for the launch of World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development on 4th March.
12 Mar, 2020
#EachforEqual - Challenging Gender Stereotypes in STEM
In celebration of International Women's Day, TU Dublin welcomed students from local secondary schools to take part in the interactive workshop – Let's talk about your dream job.
27 Mar, 2020
Access to ProQuest Ebook Central
ProQuest has partnered with more than 75 publishers to support libraries in providing unlimited access to Ebook Central holdings for all patrons – at no extra charge.
3 Apr, 2020
Vitamin D can help build resistance to respiratory infections, including Covid-19
Researchers from Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) and Trinity College Dublin (Trinity) have said that taking Vitamin D supplements may enhance resistance to respiratory infections such as Covid-19, or limit the severity of the illness for those that do become infected.
15 Apr, 2020
TU Dublin President encourages Leaving Cert students to keep their focus and optimism
TU Dublin is very aware of the uncertainty students preparing to sit their Leaving Cert exams have been experiencing since the suspension of face to face teaching in their schools. We welcome the clarification provided in the last few days by the Minister for Education and Skills.
23 Apr, 2020
TU Dublin Sports Scholarships Now Open - Deadline Monday, 1 June
TU Dublin is proud to support sporting excellence having developed an environment in which students can excel and realise their full potential - in both sport and education.
29 Apr, 2020
TU Dublin SU Elections
TU Dublin SU is the representative body for all TU Dublin students. When you are a registered student, you automatically become a member of the Students’ Union.
4 Jun, 2020
TU Dublin Gateways Successful in EI Capital Equipment Call
TU Dublin has been awarded funding of €710k from the Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateway and Technology Centre capital funding programme.
17 Jun, 2020
Access to Apprenticeship Applications Now Open
Access to Apprenticeship (ATA) aims to support the transition of young people (16-24 years old) living in Dublin who experience social and economic barriers into an apprenticeship scheme.
17 Jun, 2020
Asthma rates higher among over-50s living in areas with more air pollution
On Tuesday, researchers published a study showing that over-50s in Ireland living in areas with higher levels of air pollution are more likely to have asthma. The study, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, was carried out by a team from ESRI, TCD, RCSI, TU Dublin and IT Carlow,
25 Jun, 2020
Audio Tales from the School of Media
A selection of audio documentary titles to kick off your summer while walking or relaxing on the patio or by the beach (all while socially distancing, of course).
25 Jun, 2020
TU Dublin Statement: Minimum Entry Requirements for student learning subjects outside school
TU Dublin joins with the IUA, the NUI and the Technological Higher Education Association (THEA) on an agreed common approach for students who have studied Leaving Certificate subjects outside of school and who have not been able to obtain calculated grades in those subjects.
26 Jun, 2020
TU Dublin Project Receives Funding to Raise Awareness of Learning Languages
The #LanguagesPathways team, a collaborative group of language lecturers from across TU Dublin, have been awarded funding for their proposal entitled ‘Awareness Raising and Promotion of courses with a Foreign Language component’.
2 Jul, 2020
Professor Brian Norton Appointed Head of Energy Research at Tyndall National Institute
Tyndall National Institute has announced the appointment of Professor Brian Norton as Head of Energy Research with direct responsibility for its International Energy Research Centre (IERC).
2 Jul, 2020
TU Dublin to Host AICS Conference 2020
The School of Computer Science will host the 28th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS2020) which take place online from 7-8 December 2020.