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The Irish Times
Churchill & Ireland by Paul Bew review: close but no cigarrequirements and calculations invariably dragged him back. Diarmaid Ferriter i
Churchill & Ireland by Paul Bew review: close but no cigar
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
requirements and calculations invariably dragged him back. Diarmaid Ferriter is professor of modern Irish history at University College Dublin. His book A Nation and Not a Rabble: The Irish Revolution 1913-23 is published in paperback by... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish emigrant identity: ‘In my family there are nine nationalities’as Anglo-Irish; he went to boarding school – first in Co Wicklow, then at Glens
Irish emigrant identity: ‘In my family there are nine nationalities’
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
as Anglo-Irish; he went to boarding school – first in Co Wicklow, then at Glenstal – followed by degrees in philosophy at University College Dublin and the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, and a diploma in Jungian psychoanalysis... Read more
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The Irish Times
Nothing radical: the rebuilding of Dublindid it, you’ll probably think differently about it.” More Than Concrete Blocks
Nothing radical: the rebuilding of Dublin
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
did it, you’ll probably think differently about it.” More Than Concrete Blocks is published by Dublin City Council with University College Dublin and Four Courts Press. The Conflict and the City conference takes place at Liberty Hall, Dublin, on... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish author wins Florida Keys Flash Fiction Contest and stay in Hemingway’s homeBelgium and the Holy See. She is also a niece of the poet and diplomat, Denis D
Irish author wins Florida Keys Flash Fiction Contest and stay in Hemingway’s home
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
Belgium and the Holy See. She is also a niece of the poet and diplomat, Denis Devlin. After studying Arabic and English at University College, Dublin, she worked and travelled extensively abroad before settling in Cork with her husband and their... Read more
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The Irish Times
Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin is new Ireland Professor of PoetryAn Chomhairle Ealaíon, the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Trinity College Du
Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin is new Ireland Professor of Poetry
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
An Chomhairle Ealaíon, the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Trinity College Dublin, Queen’s University Belfast and University College Dublin to celebrate the exceptional contribution of Irish poets to the world of literature. The Chair is... Read more
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The Irish Times
Aer Lingus CEO Stephen Kavanagh: The man who holds the keys at Ireland’s ‘gateway’ carrierBritish Airways, Iberia and Vueling. Career: Kavanagh began working at check-in
Aer Lingus CEO Stephen Kavanagh: The man who holds the keys at Ireland’s ‘gateway’ carrier
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
British Airways, Iberia and Vueling. Career: Kavanagh began working at check-in 27 years ago while studying for a BComm in University College Dublin. After his education he moved to head office, where he worked with Alan Joyce, now head of Qantas,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Garda Commissioner denies ordering legal team to undermine whistleblowerwhistleblower Garda Commissioner Noirin O'Sullivan at the launch of new measur
Garda Commissioner denies ordering legal team to undermine whistleblower
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
whistleblower Garda Commissioner Noirin O'Sullivan at the launch of new measures to combat drug and drink-driving at University College Dublin. Garda chief Noirin O'Sullivan has denied ordering lawyers to attack the good name of a... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Urinary sodium excretion study attracts controversyafter accounting for blood pressure, and were also evident for death from any c
Urinary sodium excretion study attracts controversy
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
after accounting for blood pressure, and were also evident for death from any cause. In a linked commentary, Eoin O'Brien (University College Dublin, Ireland) argues that the "provocative" findings should be given due consideration. In particular,... Read more
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techcentral.ie
UCD, NCAD researchers complete commercialisation bootcampProf Patricia Maguire, UCD School of Biomolecular & Biomedical Science Twenty-
UCD, NCAD researchers complete commercialisation bootcamp
techcentral.ie / Posted 5 days ago
Prof Patricia Maguire, UCD School of Biomolecular & Biomedical Science Twenty-one researchers today completed the seventh University College Dublin Commercialisation Bootcamp Twenty-one researchers today completed the seventh University College... Read more
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FSView
Psychology professor awarded grant to study gastric bypass patientsto eat." Doctors are still unsure as to why patients' dietary habits change, s
Psychology professor awarded grant to study gastric bypass patients
FSView / Posted 6 days ago
to eat." Doctors are still unsure as to why patients' dietary habits change, so Spector will be working with scientists at University College Dublin and Ulster University to determine the cause. His colleagues in Ireland have been awarded grants... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Wood Group, CeDAR collaborate on analytics projectto benefit energy, industrial sectors Wood Group is collaborating with the Cen
Wood Group, CeDAR collaborate on analytics project
techcentral.ie / Posted 9 days ago
to benefit energy, industrial sectors Wood Group is collaborating with the Centre for Applied Data Analytics (CeADAR) at University College Dublin on a data analytics project for the energy and industrial sectors. Wood Group, an energy services... Read more
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The Irish Times
Sibling rivalry at The Heart of Everythingreview, the “hallmarks of the true novelist”. Prof Margaret Kelleher is Chair
Sibling rivalry at The Heart of Everything
The Irish Times / Posted 9 days ago
review, the “hallmarks of the true novelist”. Prof Margaret Kelleher is Chair of Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama, University College Dublin The Heart of Everything by Henrietta McKervey is published by Hachette Books Ireland, £12.99.... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
New PRONI exhibition is the remarkable tale of two sisters - Con and Eva Gore-BoothSir Winston Churchill. The exhibition is the result of a collaboration between
New PRONI exhibition is the remarkable tale of two sisters - Con and Eva Gore-Booth
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
Sir Winston Churchill. The exhibition is the result of a collaboration between staff at PRONI, Manchester School of Art, University College Dublin (UCD) and Aarhus University in Denmark. It examines the role that theatre, literature and art play... Read more
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Boston Globe
Three finalists named for leader’s post at Boston Public Libraryconsulting field. He holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and mathematics an
Three finalists named for leader’s post at Boston Public Library
Boston Globe / Posted 10 days ago
consulting field. He holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and mathematics and a master’s degree in philosophy from University College Dublin. Bourne was appointed in 2013 as the city librarian for the San José Public Library, which has 23... Read more
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Business Wire
GfK’s Edge Honored with PBIRG President's Awardvia organic growth and acquisition. Edge holds a Master’s degree in Business f
GfK’s Edge Honored with PBIRG President's Award
Business Wire / Posted 11 days ago
via organic growth and acquisition. Edge holds a Master’s degree in Business from The Smurfit School of Business, University College Dublin (UCD); a Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management from the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT);... Read more
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techcentral.ie
UCD researcher to become first non-US based recipient of Takeda Distinguished Research Awardhonour is a testament to the hard work of all of the PhD students and postdocs
UCD researcher to become first non-US based recipient of Takeda Distinguished Research Award
techcentral.ie / Posted 11 days ago
honour is a testament to the hard work of all of the PhD students and postdocs who have trained over the years in my lab at University College Dublin. I believe that the award underscores the importance of investigator-led basic research in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Thomas Michael Kettle: an enduring legacyremember their friends”. In October 1909, he was appointed Professor of Nation
Thomas Michael Kettle: an enduring legacy
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
remember their friends”. In October 1909, he was appointed Professor of National Economics at the newly constituted University College Dublin, in what was seen as an act of patronage, though Kettle read widely and acquired a certain fluency... Read more
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The Irish Times
US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards take place on Fridaywere shortlisted. Queen’s University Belfast, Dublin City University, Maynooth
US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards take place on Friday
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
were shortlisted. Queen’s University Belfast, Dublin City University, Maynooth University, Tyndall National Institute, University College Dublin and the University of Limerick were shortlisted in the HEI category. The awards will be presented... Read more
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Irish Central
Hillary’s Irish intern makes history nominating Enda Kenny for Taoiseachis a tremendous satisfaction in being able to get the job done." Rock would re
Hillary’s Irish intern makes history nominating Enda Kenny for Taoiseach
Irish Central / Posted 14 days ago
is a tremendous satisfaction in being able to get the job done." Rock would return to Dublin to continue his studies at University College Dublin (UCD) but came back to campaign for Hillary Clinton in 2008 when she ran for President for the... Read more
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walesonline
Think James Rowberry's link with Cardiff City FC job's bizarre? Look at these...on coaching and became manager of Shamrock Rovers B team at the age of just 21,
Think James Rowberry's link with Cardiff City FC job's bizarre? Look at these...
walesonline / Posted 15 days ago
on coaching and became manager of Shamrock Rovers B team at the age of just 21, while working as a trainee technician at University College Dublin. He worked his way up to the position of manager at top flight League of Ireland side St... Read more
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The Irish Times
Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks: 1993 – Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha, by Roddy Doyleabout Crumlin even though he lived there. But Doyle worked as a secondary teach
Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks: 1993 – Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha, by Roddy Doyle
The Irish Times / Posted 16 days ago
about Crumlin even though he lived there. But Doyle worked as a secondary teacher in Kilbarrack after he graduated from University College Dublin in 1978, and he knew it intimately. He wrote about its working-class inhabitants not as exotic... Read more
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The Irish Times
Paul Drechsler: the Irish voice of British industry unequivocal on Brexit dangerhis brother Hanus (18), to work in their uncle’s factory as war broke out acros
Paul Drechsler: the Irish voice of British industry unequivocal on Brexit danger
The Irish Times / Posted 16 days ago
his brother Hanus (18), to work in their uncle’s factory as war broke out across the continent. Frank later graduated from University College Dublin with a first-class honours in civil engineering and went on to become a recognised expert in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irishman gets CFO job at Takedamore than 20 years, with assignments based in Germany, Switzerland and Italy.
Irishman gets CFO job at Takeda
The Irish Times / Posted 17 days ago
more than 20 years, with assignments based in Germany, Switzerland and Italy. A gradute of University College, Galway and University College Dublin, Mr Kehoe will take up the position on June 15th and will report directly to Christophe Weber,... Read more
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Business Wire
Takeda Appoints New Chief Financial Officer, James KehoeMr. Kehoe holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University College, Galw
Takeda Appoints New Chief Financial Officer, James Kehoe
Business Wire / Posted 17 days ago
Mr. Kehoe holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University College, Galway, Ireland, and an MSc in Finance from the University College Dublin, Ireland. About Takeda Pharmaceutical Company LimitedTakeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited is a... Read more
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The Irish Times
Discovery of police files opens new chapter on Rising erarocks at trams); together with the arrests of rebels and British army deserters
Discovery of police files opens new chapter on Rising era
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
rocks at trams); together with the arrests of rebels and British army deserters, looters and thieves. Dr John Howard of University College Dublin had no hesitation in describing the trove as documents of unequalled importance as they emerged on... Read more
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The Irish Times
When she was 12, Rebecca was told her lower jaw was dissolvingher progress was so good that Rebecca has decided not to take a month out from
When she was 12, Rebecca was told her lower jaw was dissolving
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
her progress was so good that Rebecca has decided not to take a month out from her studies of Spanish and linguistics at University College Dublin (UCD). She said she needed to keep up with college work so she could go to Chile this summer, on a... Read more
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Vail Daily
Avon appoints Greg Daly as interim chief of policeIndividual Dedication to Impaired Driving Enforcement award. Greg’s undergradu
Avon appoints Greg Daly as interim chief of police
Vail Daily / Posted 19 days ago
Individual Dedication to Impaired Driving Enforcement award. Greg’s undergraduate degree (with honors) is from the University College Dublin in Finance. He holds a Masters in Criminology (also with honors) from Regis University. This... Read more
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Ventura County Star
Bravo: Local residents receive recognitiona 2012 graduate of Foothill Technology High School in Ventura, has received a f
Bravo: Local residents receive recognition
Ventura County Star / Posted 19 days ago
a 2012 graduate of Foothill Technology High School in Ventura, has received a full tuition Global Excellence Scholarship at University College Dublin, Ireland for a masters in public health degree with a global health emphasis. Additionally, he has... Read more
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Gazette
Gloucester appoint Tobin as strength and conditioning coachHe has a BSc in Sport Science and Health and completed an MSc by research in sp
Gloucester appoint Tobin as strength and conditioning coach
Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
He has a BSc in Sport Science and Health and completed an MSc by research in speed and power in rugby union players at University College, Dublin. He then spent two years working as a Strength and Conditioning coach with the Dublin senior... Read more
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Irish Central
How the rise of Hitler was first predicted by an Irish student in 1920s Germanyjournal ‘Studies,’ warning about the danger of Hitler and totalitarianism. Bin
How the rise of Hitler was first predicted by an Irish student in 1920s Germany
Irish Central / Posted 21 days ago
journal ‘Studies,’ warning about the danger of Hitler and totalitarianism. Binchy would later hold senior positions at University College Dublin, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and Harvard. He was the uncle of bestselling Irish novelist Maeve... Read more
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Irish Central
Ireland’s first lesbian govt. minister, a US native, makes historyStates, in Washington state, Zappone was educated at Boston College (PhD), The
Ireland’s first lesbian govt. minister, a US native, makes history
Irish Central / Posted 22 days ago
States, in Washington state, Zappone was educated at Boston College (PhD), The Catholic University of America (MA) and University College Dublin (MBA) Zappone met her Irish partner Ann Louise Gilligan, a former nun, at Boston College in 1981... Read more
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Irish Central
The top ten places to visit in Irelandprice alone. 7. Trinity College Dublin Trinity College is Ireland's most pres
The top ten places to visit in Ireland
Irish Central / Posted 23 days ago
price alone. 7. Trinity College Dublin Trinity College is Ireland's most prestigious college - and although its rivals at University College Dublin might dispute this, it's probably the best university in Ireland. But one thing not up for... Read more
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Wired News
Wanna Win the Kentucky Derby? Get Your Horse Born on January 1to fall in the spring and summer. (“I’m going to blame a man for this,” Barbara
Wanna Win the Kentucky Derby? Get Your Horse Born on January 1
Wired News / Posted 23 days ago
to fall in the spring and summer. (“I’m going to blame a man for this,” Barbara Murphy, an equine science professor at the University College Dublin, says of the universal racehorse birthday, “because it was someone who didn’t understand the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Mystery and mastery: Andrea Carter on seeing Henrietta McKervey’s novel growAs Henrietta McKervey’s writing partner on an MFA programme at University Colle
Mystery and mastery: Andrea Carter on seeing Henrietta McKervey’s novel grow
The Irish Times / Posted 23 days ago
As Henrietta McKervey’s writing partner on an MFA programme at University College Dublin, I experienced her novel, The Heart of Everything, in a way which is different to most. We met every two weeks, supervised by novelist and short story writer... Read more
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The Irish Times
My Health Experience: When she was 12, Rebecca was told her lower jaw was dissolvingher progress was so good that Rebecca has decided not to take a month out from
My Health Experience: When she was 12, Rebecca was told her lower jaw was dissolving
The Irish Times / Posted 23 days ago
her progress was so good that Rebecca has decided not to take a month out from her studies of Spanish and linguistics at University College Dublin (UCD). She said she needed to keep up with college work so she could go to Chile this summer, on a... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
'A born natural orator': Irish student's account of Hitler in 1921 emergesabout the danger posed by Hitler and totalitarianism. The diplomat and intelle
'A born natural orator': Irish student's account of Hitler in 1921 emerges
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 23 days ago
about the danger posed by Hitler and totalitarianism. The diplomat and intellectual, who later held senior positions at University College Dublin, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and Harvard, was the uncle of the bestselling Irish novelist Maeve... Read more
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SportsFan
Guineas winner Galileo Gold to miss DerbyGold winning the 2000 Guineas will be surprised to learn that the result of his
Guineas winner Galileo Gold to miss Derby
SportsFan / Posted 24 days ago
Gold winning the 2000 Guineas will be surprised to learn that the result of his Equinome tests - from the scientists at University College Dublin - is what they call a 'CC'," Palmer said. "This means that there is a less than one per cent... Read more
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RTE News
Galileo Gold to skip Investec DerbyGold winning the 2000 Guineas will be surprised to learn that the result of his
Galileo Gold to skip Investec Derby
RTE News / Posted 24 days ago
Gold winning the 2000 Guineas will be surprised to learn that the result of his Equinome tests - from the scientists at University College Dublin - is what they call a 'CC'. "This means that there is a less than one per cent chance of his... Read more
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walesonline
Which TWO Welshman make our Guinness Pro12 Team of the Season?going to grow in stature. The conventional wisdom is that locks only start to
Which TWO Welshman make our Guinness Pro12 Team of the Season?
walesonline / Posted 25 days ago
going to grow in stature. The conventional wisdom is that locks only start to mature physically by their late 20s, but the University College Dublin man is already more than holding his own in the lineout jungle and in the tight exchanges. A big... Read more
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TribLIVE
Gateway grad returns to lacrosse at university in Irelandat university in Ireland Gateway graduate John Yakim takes part in a league ga
Gateway grad returns to lacrosse at university in Ireland
TribLIVE / Posted 25 days ago
at university in Ireland Gateway graduate John Yakim takes part in a league game this spring for the lacrosse team at the University College Dublin in Ireland. John Yakim graduated from Gateway in 2014, just a few short weeks after he played his... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
PayPal Australia announces new marketing directorexpertise will bring that to life for our 6.3 million Australian account holder
PayPal Australia announces new marketing director
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 26 days ago
expertise will bring that to life for our 6.3 million Australian account holders,” Ms Roy commented. A graduate of University College Dublin, Herlihy has almost 20 years’ experience in Financial Payments marketing including Westpac, BT... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Call for recognition for unsung participants in Easter Risingpeople who were all in the different places and the list of people who got reco
Call for recognition for unsung participants in Easter Rising
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
people who were all in the different places and the list of people who got recognition - they don't match," he said. The University College Dublin professor said it was not necessarily about issuing medals, but the names of those who took part in... Read more
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Medical News Today
Does listening to the radio make driving more dangerous?a driver we are. Researchers, led by Gillian Murphy from University College Co
Does listening to the radio make driving more dangerous?
Medical News Today / Posted 27 days ago
a driver we are. Researchers, led by Gillian Murphy from University College Cork, Ireland, and Ciara Greene, PhD, from University College Dublin, Ireland, show us how important it is to keep our attention firmly on the road. The team designed... Read more
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Times of Malta
A wake-up call for the local ChurchIreland in 1921. The interview was published in the Catholic Herald on July 28,
A wake-up call for the local Church
Times of Malta / Posted 28 days ago
Ireland in 1921. The interview was published in the Catholic Herald on July 28, 2011. Carrigan asked Kennedy, a lecturer at University College, Dublin, why the founder of the Legion of Mary was way ahead of his time and possibly Ireland’s greatest... Read more
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Daily Mail
Forget phones, your car RADIO is just as distractingisn't enough The research was carried out by PhD student Gillian Murphy of Uni
Forget phones, your car RADIO is just as distracting
Daily Mail / Posted a month ago
isn't enough The research was carried out by PhD student Gillian Murphy of University College Cork and Dr Ciara Greene of University College Dublin. They presented their findings at the British Psychological Society's Annual Conference. RELATED... Read more

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