DIT awarded funding for EU marine research project
DIT and the Irish Fish Canners were awarded funding from The Marine Institute as part of the EU-funded Blueshell project, which explores the potential to create food products from shellfish waste.
Network of women leaders at DIT host inspirational workshop
The Women Leaders in Higher Education (WLHE) network hosted an inspirational workshop for women at DIT, which included two powerful talks by Teresa Mannion (RTÉ) and Celine Marmion (Royal College of Surgeons).
DIT tackles gender gap in engineering through mentorship programme
DIT is launching a mentorship programme for female engineering students, pairing students with successful women mentors from two of the largest multinational engineering companies in Ireland: Arup and Schneider Electric.
DIT Conservatory announces Summer Festival 2017
DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama are delighted to announce their first summer festival encompassing four different events, which support excellence in music performance education in piano, composition and choral training.
DIT Fine Art Student wins RHA Studio Award
The Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) School has announced that the recipient of its prestigious School Graduate Studio Award 2017 is Kevin Smith, a student of Fine Art at DIT.
DIT Product Design Students win NDA People’s Choice Award 2017
A group of Dublin Institute of Technology Product Design students have won the Universal Design Grand Challenge People’s Choice Award for 2017.
The winning dish: DIT student wins international award
Shayne Curtin, MSc student in Culinary Arts and Food Technology at DIT, has won the Student Award at the 5th International Note by Note Cooking contest at AgroParisTech in Paris.
President of DIT delivers talk at Corning Inc
Professor Brian Norton, President of DIT was recently invited to visit Corning Inc at their headquarters in the town of Corning, New York State.
BÚA in DIT 2017/18 Scholarships ‘Bain Úsáid Aisti’ - Use Irish in DIT
BÚA – ‘Bain Úsáid Aisti’ - Use Irish in DIT is a new initiative organised by Oifig na Gaeilge - DIT’s Irish Language Office, for DIT students with Irish to encourage, inspire, promote and develop the use of Irish across DIT.
Summer swimming lessons for kids
With the summer holidays fast approaching it might be time to start thinking about how to keep your little ones busy, and most importantly happy, during the long break.
DIT hosts summer school in computing for French university students
The School of Computing at DIT hosted the ENSSAT Lannion Summer School, a week-long course in Data Analytics and Machine Learning for students of ENSSAT Lannion, a renowned engineering school affiliated with the University of Rennes in Brittany.
‘The Great Dublin Survey’: Our city in 2050
Dublin Chamber has launched The Great Dublin Survey to find out what kind of city citizens would like to see in 2050.
DIT graduate is RHA Emerging Photographer
Therese Rafter, who graduated from DIT last year with a degree in Photography, has won the very prestigious RHA Curtin O'Donoghue Emerging Photographic Award for 2017.
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