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Prometric – Backing High Quality Research

Garrett Sherry is Vice President of Account Management for EMEA at Prometric, a leading global provider of technology-enabled testing and assessment solutions. Prometric have been supporting DCU since 2015. In this piece, Garrett explains why Prometric are proud to support DCU and how the company’s values align with the ethos of the university. Could you...
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Rethink Ireland – Levelling Opportunities for All

Rethink Ireland have been supporting DCU on a number of different initiatives since 2019 including the DCU Changemaker Network, the FUSE Anti-Bullying Campaign, the Water Institute and the Access to the Workplace Programme. Their tremendous support and philanthropy has aided DCU in carrying out the university’s mission of transforming lives and societies. In this piece,...
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Éanna De Buitléir – A Lasting Connection with DCU

Éanna De Buitléir is a DCU alumnus who has been supporting the university since 2016. He is now working in logistics in the humanitarian sector, with a French NGO based in Yemen. Despite the challenges that come with where he works today, Eanna has managed to continue to support DCU philanthropically and has always seen...
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Arthur Cox – The Power of Diversity in the Workplace

Arthur Cox has supported DCU since 2008. This year they took part in the DCU Access to the Workplace Programme, having an Access student intern with them over the summer of 2021. In this piece, Anne Frain, Events and CRM Manager at Arthur Cox LLP, tells us about the benefits of taking part in the...
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Faye Walsh Drouillard – Supporting the DCU Changemaker Schools Network

Faye Walsh Drouillard is an impact investor who is passionate about harnessing the power of investing, philanthropy and entrepreneurship to create sustainable social and environmental impact. In this piece, the Founder of WakeUp Capital talks about why she supports the DCU Changemaker Schools Network and the role of higher education and philanthropy in creating a...
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Harry Hartford – Levelling the Playing Field

Originally from north county Dublin, Harry Hartford now lives in Los Angeles where he is the President and Head of Fundamental Research at Causeway Capital, an investment management firm which he co-founded in June 2001. In this piece, he talks about what has inspired his support for DCU’s Access Scholarship Programme and shares his thoughts...
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Facebook – Collaborating to Address Online Safety

In 2018, Facebook launched a major partnership with DCU’s National Anti-Bullying Centre to develop and offer the FUSE Anti-Bullying and Online Safety Programme to all post-primary schools across Ireland. In this piece, Gareth Lambe – VP, International Business Planning and Operations & Head of Office, Facebook Ireland speaks about what has inspired this collaboration. What...
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Joe Doyle – Supporting DCU from Moscow

Joe Doyle graduated from DCU in 1994 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies. Since then, Joe has worked for Esso, Tesco Ireland, Net start-up ebeon, and telecoms supplier Ericsson. From Dublin, he has been on assignment in more than 30 countries, and is currently based in Russia where he lives in Moscow with his...
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The Community Foundation for Ireland – Vision for an equal Ireland

The Community Foundation for Ireland first began supporting the DCU Access Programme in 2015 and have since  gone on to support DCU’s Write to Read literacy project. In this piece, Denise Charlton, Community Foundation for Ireland CEO, describes what inspired them to support these projects and how DCU helps The Community Foundation for Ireland to...
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Deloitte – Enabling People to Excel

Deloitte has a long history of collaboration with DCU since 2007, supporting many initiatives throughout the years including the creation of an Endowed Access Scholarship Fund, support for women’s rugby and most recently support for research into virtual and hybrid internships. In this piece, Sinead Gogan, Chief Human Resource Officer with Deloitte, explains why the...
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