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Translating knowledge

Pioneering Developments in STEM Education

This project will further the enhancement of DCU’s research centre for STEM education, an internationally recognised multidisciplinary team across DCU’s new Institute of Education and the Faculty of Science and Health. Led by a new Chair of STEM education, the project will establish new teaching labs, equipped to provide a state of the art teaching...
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Historic Collections Research Centre (HCRC)

Through recording, preserving and valuing Irish history, the HCRC will be an internationally-significant resource in post-1948 modern Irish politics, culture and society. HCRC will acquire personal, corporate and social movement archives, which will be professionally catalogued and conserved to preserve their integrity. This new centre in the DCU Library will house research, digitisation, storage and...
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DCU Institute for Future Media and Journalism (FuJo)

Launched in 2015, the DCU Institute for Future Media and Journalism (FuJo) is a pioneering initiative to advance the social and democratic values of journalism in the digital age. From researching online misinformation in a post-truth era and changing patterns of video consumption, to examining the representation of women in broadcast media, it explores the...
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Centre for Healthy Ageing (CHAnge)

Part of DCU’s wider Age Friendly University Strategy, the Centre for Healthy Ageing or ‘CHAnge’ project is DCU’s response to one of the biggest global challenges facing us – Ageing. Based at the DCU Glasnevin Campus, CHAnge has the potential to offer a comprehensive range of research and support services aimed at promoting healthy ageing....
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Minister launches new Educational Disadvantage Centre report

Katherine Zappone, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, joined Dublin City University last night to launch a DCU-led report published by the European Commission on the development of a new tool to analyse the inclusiveness of education systems. International research indicates that school systems need to change in order to tackle early school leaving and...
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DCU hosts world’s greatest minds in science education

From 21st to 25th August, DCU co-hosted the European Science Education Research Association conference (ESERA 2017) which saw nearly 1,500 STEM education researchers and teachers from 75 countries visit DCU. The organisation of the ESERA 2017 conference was led by STEM Education Professors Eilish McLoughlin, Odilla Finlayson, Sibel Erduran and Peter Childs from the Irish...
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Prometric CEO Charles Kernan Visits DCU

We were delighted to welcome Charles Kernan, the new CEO and President of Prometric, a US-based provider of market-leading testing solutions, to our St Patrick’s Campus last week. Mr Kernan was visiting DCU together with Garret Sherry, Prometric Vice President and General Manager of Ireland to learn more about the ongoing work and vision of...
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Water Institute nominated for Marine Awards

DCU Water Institute has been nominated in two categories in this year’s prestigious Marine Industry Awards. The Awards recognise the most significant achievement of organisations and individuals involved Ireland’s marine industry. MESTECH @ The Water Institute is shortlisted in the category of Digital Oceans Award and Laboratory Award for its outstanding research in the area of...
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IICRR Conference on Turkey and the Middle East Crisis

On 24th March, DCU’s Institute for International Conflict Resolution and Reconstruction (IICRR) hosted a conference on the topic of Turkey and the Middle East Crisis: What’s the Price of Stability? The conference was organised in the context of the Irish Research Council-funded New Horizons Grant scheme. The central question of this conference was: While stability is needed for...
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