Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) celebrated the arrival of the new Luas Cross City to Grangegorman today with a festive performance of music from DIT Conservatory of Music & Drama students.
EIB President Visits DIT
The President of the European Investment Bank (EIB), Werner Hoyer toured the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) Grangegorman campus today as the Institute prepares for construction to begin on the next phase of campus development in Grangegorman early next year.
DIT student Cait McCarthy awarded 2017 Wallace Family Scholarship
DIT Foundation is delighted to announce the awarding of the 2017 Wallace Family Scholarship to student Cait McCarthy.
Gold nanoparticles - Detecting fungi faster
A team of researchers in Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) are working to develop a novel, rapid diagnostic system for fungi, which is simple to use, cost effective and could potentially be administered at home. The key, gold nanoparticles.
Luas Cross City comes to DIT
Excitement is building throughout DIT as we anticipate the arrival of Luas Cross City on 9 December to stops serving the DIT Campus at Grangegorman, Broadstone and Broombridge.
DIT student wins Marketing Society of Ireland LePere Award
Winter Solstice Celebration Festival
Smashing Times Theatre and Film Company and Slí an Chroí in partnership with Dublin City Council and Dublin Institute of Technology are delighted to announce the 8th annual City of Dublin Winter Solstice Celebration Festival is taking place on Thursday 21 December from 5.30-7pm.
DIT teams up with Fingal County Council to transform waterways
The Environmental Sustainability & Health Institute (ESHI) in Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) and Fingal County Council have established a new research initiative to protect our natural waterways and deliver a healthy Ireland.
Mont Kavanagh Trust Student Awards
In May 2016 Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) launched the inaugural Mont Kavanagh Awards for Architecture and Fine Art following a significant donation from the Mont Kavanagh Trust.
Introducing RTÉ Brainstorm – fresh thinking and ideas from leading academics
Looking for a fresh perspective? DIT partners with RTÉ on new online platform, RTÉ Brainstorm, a home for fresh thinking, ideas and perspectives on Ireland and the world by leading academics.
Santa's workshop comes to DIT
The DIT Mature Student Society is hosting a spectacular Christmas Fair on 14 December in Gleeson Hall, DIT Kevin Street to raise funds for the DIT Societies Christmas Charity Appeal. The appeal is in support of Saint Vincent de Paul, Jigsaw and the Irish Underwater Search and Recovery Unit.
Celebrate Christmas with DIT
With just over four weeks to go, we hope you will forgive us for getting in the spirit of Christmas with a trio of delightful musical and dramatic events presented by DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama.
College of Business Class of 2017 Graduate
On Saturday 18 November, President Brian Norton presided over the final conferring ceremonies of 2017 during which graduates of the College of Business received their awards.
DIT students win AIB Hackathon competition
DIT Hackathon team - Bus Busters – have won AIB’s fourth annual student Hackathon event, which saw more than 200 students from over 50 third-level institutions compete to win a grand prize of €2,000.
Student counselling services at DIT
The DIT Counselling Service provides support for DIT students.
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