Issue 29

Volume 6 Issue 29

Humanities and Social Science Research Centre Supports Women's Human Rights Conference

The Humanities and Social Research Centre participated in a conference on Women's Human Rights at The University of Ulster, Jordanstown last week.

SciFest@DkIT reveals the link between exercise and mental performance

Around 220 second level students from counties Louth, Meath, Cavan and Monaghan take science to the next level at SciFest@DkIT

Successful Poster Conference: Scientific Applications in Modern Life – April 2012

A conference on Scientific Applications in Modern Life was held in the Nursing Foyer in DkIT last month. First year students on the BSc in Pharmaceutical Science and BSc in Bioscience presented a poster on this topic.

Poetry Launch

Dundalk-based poet Barbara Smith is launching her second poetry collection, The Angel's Share, at 6 pm on May 23rd at the Basement Gallery, Dundalk Town Council - everyone's welcome.

It’s Safe to Cycle to DkIT!

Cycling is a great way to travel to college. It keeps you fit and healthy, it doesn't produce any CO2 and you don't have to pay for parking!

Extended libary opening hours over the exam period.

This week and next week, DkIT library opening hours are as follows:

Mon - Thur

8.30 am - 10.00 pm

Fri - 8.30 - 5.00 pm

Trans-Atlantic Partnership Underway!

Ray James is Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Instrumental Music Education and Low Brass Studies at Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas.

Students: Have You Voted On The Issue of College Fees?

As you may be aware USI is currently running a campaign asking every student in USI affiliated colleges to have their say on how education should be funded and what USI's fees policy should be.USI's current policy in relation to the funding of the Higher Education sector is that the Exchequer i.