University of Limerick President Professor Kerstin Mey has welcomed funding announced by Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, for researchers a
More than €16m is to be allocated to University of Limerick under the Human Capital Initiative, it was announced this Monday.
University of Limerick President Professor Kerstin Mey has taken to the streets with local gardai in off-campus housing estates to remind students to follow public health guidelines.
Dear colleagues and students,
University of Limerick has today welcomed the announcement by Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD of a €168 million funding package for the H
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD, has welcomed the appointment of Professor Kerstin Mey as Interim President of University of Limerick.
The first ever woman president of an Irish university has been appointed at University of Limerick, it has been announced.
There can be no mistaking the fact that incidents of sexual assault on the campuses of higher education institutions in Ireland are grossly underreported.
THE Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan and President Michael D Higgins have sent messages of congratulations to over 130 new doctors who have graduated from University of Limerick.
The COVID-19 coronavirus crisis and the resulting ‘lockdown life’ has led to major disruptions to the lives of young people and their families that could threaten their wellbeing.
University of Limerick students involved in contact tracing in the fight against COVID-19 have said that “the lists are long” but they are hoping to “make a difference”.
A lecturer at University of Limerick has received funding for a project exploring a new method of care for older people discharged from hospital emergency departments.