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How Messiness, Imagination and Group Work Can Help Young Students Have More Positive Experiences of STEM Subjects

Giving children a sense of the messiness of the world, and showing them how to solve problems with STEM-related reasoning is key to giving young students the best early start with STEM, according to Professor Hamsa Venkat, an expert in mathematics education who this year has taken up the newly created Naughton Family Chair in...
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President Higgins Addresses Ireland’s Response to Climate Change at DCU’s Centre for Climate & Society Inaugural Conference

Dublin City University welcomed President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, to the DCU St. Patrick’s campus today (Thursday 5 May) for a keynote address on climate change, marking the DCU Centre for Climate and Society inaugural conference. President Higgins’s speech focused on the role of education, finance, and other sectors in Irish society in our transition to...
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DCU Access to the Workplace Interns Prepare for a Hybrid Experience in 2022

Today, DCU hosted a special event in The Helix to mark the start of its award-winning Access to the Workplace Programme for 2022. The programme aims to provide up to 100 professional internships for DCU Access students this summer, with 86 placements confirmed to date. Mirroring trends in the wider economy, the programme is experiencing...
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Access to the Workplace – Faruq & Arachas

Declan Troy, Commercial Account Director at Arachas explains why they were inspired to support DCU’s Access to the Workplace Programme while Access Student, Faruq Raji, describes how the Access to the Workplace Programme was an invaluable opportunity for him.
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Deloitte becomes founding partner to DCU Centre for Climate and Society

Dublin City University’s Centre for Climate and Society has announced Deloitte as a founding partner. The Centre is Ireland’s first academic research centre devoted to leading societal responses to the climate crisis and has been established with the support of Deloitte. As part of a three-year commitment, the leading professional services firm will commit €176,000 annually to enable the...
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Deloitte, the Naughton Family and Christine Loscher Win DCU Leadership Awards for 2021-22

Deloitte Ireland and leading Irish philanthropists Martin and Carmel Naughton were announced as the winners of the prestigious DCU Corporate Leadership and Individual Leadership Awards for 2021-22 respectively at DCU Educational Trust’s annual Leadership Circle Event on 3rd February. Leading immunologist, Professor Christine Loscher, was also awarded the DCU Staff Leadership Award at the event,...
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Teachers Inspire Desmond Award Recipients Announced

Teachers from Skerries, Co. Dublin, Virginia, Co. Cavan, Tulla, Co. Clare and Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny were today announced as recipients of the Teachers Inspire Desmond Award. Claire Duffy, Una Smith, Donna Fitzgerald and Liz Kett received the award, designed by contemporary sculptor Sandra Bell, in recognition of their contribution to learning and Irish society. Organised...
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Access to the Workplace – Pietre & Jacobs

David Feighery, Director of Operations at Jacobs explains why they were inspired to support DCU’s Access to the Workplace Programme while Access Student, Pietre O’Sullivan, describes how the Access to the Workplace Programme was an invaluable opportunity for him.
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Access to the Workplace – The Maples Group & Natasha

DCU Access to the Workplace provides DCU Access students with a high quality internship during their summer break, hosted by leading Irish companies participating in the programme. In this video, Patrick Quinlan, Partner at Maples and Calder, the law firm of the Maples Group in Dublin, explains why they were inspired to support DCU’s Access...
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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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