Issue 3

DkiTimes Volume 6, Issue 3, October 2011

Launch of Irish Composers’ Project

From l-r, Jonathan Grimes (CMC), Adele Commins (DKIT), Evonne Ferguson (CMC), Patricia Flynn (SPD), Jimmy Deenihan, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Eibhlis Farrell (DKIT), and Gordon Delap (NUIM)

Search for a Shepherd Boy - Actors wanted.

DkIT's 100 strong choir and DkIT Chamber Orchestra are performing a substantial new work by Siubhán Ó Dubháin at Christmas.

DkIT Clubs and Societies Sign Up Day - Get Active, Get Involved

Dundalk Institute of Technology’s Sports and Societies Office held their annual Sports and Societies sign up day on Wednesday 28th September.

Career Planning Workshop

The Access Service in partnership with the Careers Service is delighted to offer a lunchtime "Career Planning Workshop" specifically catered towards the mature learner i.e. for those who were mature students upon their first year of entry to DkIT and who are now in their final year of study.

DKIT graduate and lecturer films to be screened at Irish festivals


Solaria, a short film made by Darren O’Connor, John Hoey, Rossa O’Dowd and Craig Broughton as part of their 4th year Practice-Based Research project on the BA(Hons) in Video & Film Production last year is to be screened at this year’s Waterford Film Festival from the 4th-6th November.

Student Enterprise gets students thinking creatively

student enterprise

Pictured: Niall McCabe and Stephen McDowell

Simon Week 2011 – Believe in People

Simon Week 2011 takes place from October 3rd to 9th and there are a range of events taking place which will help raise awareness of the many issues surrounding those who are experiencing homelessness or who are at risk of becoming homeless in Dundalk & the North East.