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Engaging with communities

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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Ballymore Announces Sponsorship of DCU’s Gaelic Football Teams

Ballymore has today announced its sponsorship of Dublin City University’s Gaelic football teams for the 2021-22 season. Ballymore is a property developer with vast and varied experience, acknowledged as pioneers of some of Europe’s largest regeneration projects. It is owned by Sean Mulryan. DCU Dóchas Éireann is the largest third level Gaelic Games club in...
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New Virtual Reality Leadership Lab in Memory of Colm Delves puts DCU at the Cutting Edge

A state-of-the art mixed reality leadership lab designed to develop next generation leaders was officially launched at Dublin City University today in memory of Colm Delves. The lab was established with philanthropic support from Digicel, to honour business leader and DCU alumnus Colm Delves who made a long lasting contribution to the university through support...
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Nathan’s Story

Nathan is one of 1,168 students currently supported by DCU’s Access Programme in the 2020/21 academic year. In this video, Nathan describes how the DCU Access Programme enabled him to pursue his dream of third level education.
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Chantel’s Story

DCU Access students embody DCU’s mission to transform lives and societies. In this video, final year Analytical Science student Chantel describes how the DCU Access Programme enabled her to pursue her dream of third level education.
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Write to Read – Improving Literacy Outcomes for Children Across Ireland

Francis Street CBS first got involved with the Write to Read Programme in 2019 to improve student’s writing and reading abilities. In this piece, sixth class teacher David Tonge describes the impact the programme has had on both students and teachers at Francis Street CBS. Why did your school first get involved in the Write...
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DCU Access to the Workplace reaches new highs for 2021

Following a challenging year for internship programmes in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, DCU’s Access to the Workplace programme has rebounded from placing 14 Access students last summer, to offer a new record of 86 Access to the Workplace internships in 2021. On Thursday, 20th May, over 140 participating students and companies joined a...
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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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Dr Tim Mahony Memorial Scholarship – supporting arts and culture at DCU

Dr Tim Mahony, Founder and Chairman of Toyota Ireland, was one of Ireland’s foremost business figures and a leading philanthropist. His lifelong love of music, education and Irish culture lay behind his generous support of a vast array of cultural and educational initiatives, including The Helix, where the main auditorium is named ‘The Mahony Hall’....
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Introducing the DCU Centre for Climate and Society

The newly established DCU Centre for Climate and Society is Ireland’s first academic research centre devoted to leading societal responses to climate change. Its creation follows the launch of an innovative MSc in Climate Change: Policy, Media and Society at DCU in 2018. Like the hugely popular master’s course, the Centre builds upon DCU’s academic...
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