Forgotten Patriot: Douglas Hyde and the Foundation of the Irish Presidency
A new book by DIT lecturer Dr. Brian Murphy, entitled ‘Forgotten Patriot’, brings new insight into the role played by Douglas Hyde as Ireland’s first President.
Ireland’s most famous culinary school celebrates 75 years
On October 11th ‘All in the Food: 75 Years of Cathal Brugha Street’ was officially launched by Senator David Norris.
DIT Creative Careers Day at IMMA
The Creative Careers Day is a truly unique event for DIT creative arts students who are currently in their third or fourth year of study and is taking place in Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) on Thursday 10 November from 9.30 am – 3 pm.
DIT School of Computing lecturer wins National Teaching Hero Award
Dr. Luca Longo, a lecturer in DIT School of Computing, has won this year's National Teaching Hero Award.
2016 Crampton Awards presented at DIT
G&T Crampton award €10,000 to Civil & Structural Engineering Students in Dublin Colleges
Students in Action: Destination Fingal challenge
A dedicated ‘swat team’ of 200 undergraduate and postgraduate students from the DIT School of Hospitality Management and Tourism has Fingal County firmly in its sights and Fingal County Council has accepted the ‘Students in Action’ Destination challenge.
DIT welcomes next generation global business leaders
DIT College of Business welcomed a new cohort of 30 Ibec Global Graduates this week.
DIT Hothouse Alumnus wins Irish Times Innovation Award
DIT Hothouse would like to congratulate New Frontiers Alumnus, Dublin Design Studio, for winning the prestigious Irish Times Innovation Award for Creative Industries 2016.
DIT emerging artists selected for RDS Visual Art Awards exhibition
The inaugural RDS Visual Art Awards Exhibition takes place this October and will show the very best and most exciting work coming out of Ireland’s art colleges in 2016.
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