DIT Lecturer presents public lecture on his research on Parkinson’s Disease
Dr John Butler, a lecturer in Mathematical Sciences at DIT will give a talk on sensory, motor and decision making in people with Parkinson's Disease.
DIT Conservatory to present Handel’s ‘Susanna’
DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama will present a staged production of Handel's superb work Susanna in The Boys School, Smock Alley Theatre on Friday 03 February and Saturday 04 February at 7.30 pm.
DIT awarded €157,000 in funding from the National Forum for the Enhancement of T
The National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education has awarded funding to two DIT projects that will use the Professional Development Framework for All Staff Who Teach in Higher Education as a model to develop staff teaching skills.
DIT Culinary Arts Student to represent Ireland at the International Young Chef O
DIT Culinary Arts student, Amanda Sharkey, has been selected to represent Ireland at the 3rd International Young Chef Olympiad in India this month.
Engaged Research – a joined-up approach to tackling the big issues
All across Ireland, academics are actively working with the public, NGOs and government on ‘engaged research’ projects that aim to solve many of the great social issues of our times and DIT colleagues have been involved in a wide range of projects.
DIT Hothouse Incubator brings iconic tech cluster to Dublin’s North Inner City
Ibec Global Graduates programme accepting applications
The Ibec Global Graduates programme places graduates attracted by an international career on paid work placements around the world with leading Irish and international companies over 12-24 months.
Do you wish to progress your management career?
Are you an experienced professional seeking to maximise your leadership capability? If so, then consider the DIT MBA as the next step towards achieving those goals.
Launch of ‘Greater Dublin’s Greater than Ever’
The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Brendan Carr today launched the Greater Dublin’s Greater Than Ever #GDGTE initiative in Dublin’s Mansion House.
DIT Conservatory to host classical guitar symposium
DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama will host acclaimed researchers and performers of classical guitar, including Craig Ogden, Christopher Page and Ben Dwyer, for this one-day symposium on 27 January.
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