September 24, 2021

Arthur Cox – The Power of Diversity in the Workplace

Arthur Cox has supported DCU since 2008. This year they took part in the DCU Access to the Workplace Programme, having an Access student intern with them over the summer of 2021. In this piece, Anne Frain, Events and CRM Manager at Arthur Cox LLP, tells us about the benefits of taking part in the...
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Faye Walsh Drouillard – Supporting the DCU Changemaker Schools Network

Faye Walsh Drouillard is an impact investor who is passionate about harnessing the power of investing, philanthropy and entrepreneurship to create sustainable social and environmental impact. In this piece, the Founder of WakeUp Capital talks about why she supports the DCU Changemaker Schools Network and the role of higher education and philanthropy in creating a...
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Aimee’s Story: Becoming Ireland’s First Deaf Primary Teachers Using Irish Sign Language

In 2019, four students began their journey at DCU to become the first Deaf primary school teachers using Irish Sign Language (ISL) in Ireland. Now in the third year of her studies on the Bachelor of Education – Irish Sign Language Pathway, Aimee Ennis McLoughlin, describes her journey so far and how her scholarship supported...
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Re-imagining Education and Philanthropy in the New Normal – Professor Daire Keogh 

Following almost two years of disruption to education and society more generally due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students are finally returning to university campuses across Ireland for in-person teaching and learning activities this September. Amidst a palpable sense of hope and excitement on DCU campuses, Professor Daire Keogh, President of DCU reflects on what this...
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