A major collection of essays entitled Songs of Social Protest was launched this week at the University of Limerick. Running to almost 700 pages, the book was edited by Aileen Dillane, Martin J.
Ireland’s seven universities have today (October 15th, 2018) launched a major campaign aimed at encouraging the public to demand that the Governme
The government has done very little to address the growing crisis in third level funding in Budget 2019.
Minister Mitchell O’Connor welcomes Johnson & Johnson’s Announcement of Expanded WiSTEM2D programme to UCC along with UL
University of Limerick will welcome almost 3,000 international students from 100 countries to the campus this year.
Many people with acne are negatively impacted by perceived social stigma around the skin condition, a new study from University of Limerick (UL) has found.
In an unprecedented move, unions representing students and teaching staff have joined forces with the representative bodies of universities and institutes of technology to call on the government to
University of Limerick today (Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 4pm) conferred artist Brian O’Doherty with an honorary doctorate in recognition of his contribution to national and international art.
A new study has found that greater numbers of women elected to political office is associated with an increase in the life expectancies of women and children.
Colin Clarke has been elected to the Graduate Vacancy on University of Limerick's Governing Authority.
Eight outstanding sportspeople were inducted into the UL Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday, September 22. This is the third set of inductees to be recognised bringing to 31 the number of athletes ho
The ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology will work with academics from University of Limerick on a new €5 million research programme to advance innovations in Blockchain and financial techno