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85% of academics think about changing careers

Times Higher Education survey finds academics feel they are overworked and underpaid

Times Higher Education (THE) has carried out the world’s first major global survey into the work-life balance of university staff. The survey found that academics are less content in their jobs than non-academic staff.

According to the survey, 85% of …

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Ten jobs for each building engineering graduate

According to the Hays Salary Guide, building engineers are in the top three roles most sought by employers this year.

Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has launched a campaign urging secondary level students to consider a career in building engineering.  

The Irish Independent has reported there are 10 Irish building engineering jobs to every graduate.  According to the Hays Salary

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New undergraduate certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Trinity students launched

The certificate is available to Senior Fresh students from all disciplines

  A new undergraduate certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Trinity students has been announced, and will be available to students in January.

The certificate is available to Senior Fresh students from all disciplines. The course, which is 70% online and

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Proposed society of women in STEM

A Facebook group “TCDSU Women in STEM”, only a few weeks old, has more than 280 members

A group of Trinity students, spearheaded by Senior Fresh Maths and Theoretical Physics students are in the initial stages of establishing a “Women in STEM” society.

Speaking to Trinity News, the founders of the movement, detail their aims as “tackling

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Trinity Research Fellow announced as finalist in “Making an Impact” Competition

“Making an Impact” is a research-communication competition run by the Higher Education Authority

Trinity Research Fellow, Greg Tierney, is one of five finalists competing for a €2,500 prize in the “Making an Impact” Competition. “Making an Impact” is a research-communication competition run by the Higher Education Authority (HEA) in collaboration with The Irish

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