23 May 2019 – thejournal.ie
Photo by Jason Clarke of Gary from Shopify with Ellen and Shauna from GLOW at NCI’s Marketing Practice Showcase
28 May 2019 – Irish Tech News
Why you should attend Terry Landers’ and Craig Dunn’s lecture at National College of Ireland, as part of the 5th plenary meeting of the ISO TC on Blockchain and DLT
15 May 2019 – The Irish Independent
NCI will hold a maths exam for entry to the Level 8 and Level 6 courses in Data Science, results of which will be considered instead of the H5 requirement in Leaving Cert maths.
The print edition of this article also included our open evening dates.
09 May 2019 – The Irish Times (supplement – print only)
Guide to Irish Business
National College of Ireland is listed at 843 in the top 1000 companies.
This supplement was later uploaded online:
14 May 2019 – DublinLive
In this guide to SDZs, Part 8 processes and SHDs, Mark O’Brien quotes president of NCI, Gina Quin, from her Irish Times op ed: “To date, less than 1 per cent of the total build space in the North Lotts/Docklands SDZ has been earmarked for social infrastructure, despite the original plan requiring social infrastructure to be delivered for community. That 1 per cent includes premium gyms, creches and medical centres, providing so-called ‘social services’ only to those who can afford to pay full commercial rates for them. These are not community services.”
03 May 2019 – Reuters Health (syndicated article)
Also picked up by thisismoney.co.uk, link now broken
NCI’s Joanna McHugh Power is quoted in this article responding to a CMAJ paper on loneliness.
03 May 2019 – The Irish Examiner
In response to their “Women on Home Duties” report, there is coverage of Solas’s work in encouraging people back into the workforce, including the IFS apprentices at NCI.
30 May 2019 – Galway Advertiser (print only)
A thirty year journey with McDonald’s
Franchisee of Galway’s McDonald’s, Aaron Byrne, talks to the Galway Advertiser about his three decades with the company, including the fact that all McDonald’s managers are given the opportunity to study business management or related courses at National College of Ireland.
23 May 2019 – Accounting and Business (print only)
Europe/Americas winner Etain Doyle
Etain Doyle explains that her key objective when running for chair of ACCA Ireland was advancing opportunities for members, which included opportunities to improve their skills with a higher diploma in Data Science from NCI.
08 May 2019 – The Irish Independent (print only)
It is important to complete all sections of the SUSI form accurately
In the print version of her Going to College column, Aoife Walsh includes a listing of the next NCI open day.
24 May 2019 – Irish Tech News
Information on ‘Blockchain Standards and Popular Use Cases’ event held at NCI
15 May 2019 - Irish Tech News
Coverage of Blockchain Ireland Week includes mention of NCI founding president, Joyce O’Connor.
07 May 2019 – Afloat.ie
John McDonagh, who holds a master’s in finance from NCI, has been appointed acting CEO of Waterways Ireland.
16 May 2019 – The Clare Champion (print only)
New Waterways Ireland chief
Further coverage of NCI alumnus John McDonagh’s appointment to acting CEO of Waterways Ireland.
10 May 2019 – The Irish Examiner (print only)
On the grapevine
Carol Vaughan, who has a BA in HRM from NCI, has been appointed HR Manager at Singlepoint.
22 May 2019 – Wicklow People (print only)
No poster campaign for Independent Mary
Independent candidate for Wicklow, Cllr Mary Kavanagh, has a degree in HR from NCI.
23 May 2019 – Limerick Post
Discussing all potential mayoral candidates for Limerick, this article notes that Josephine Feehily, chair of the Policing Authority in Ireland, is a graduate of NCI.
17 May 2019 – The Irish Sun
Dr Rosalind Beere, lecturer at NCI, has brought a premium, environmentally friendly, low caffeine tea to market.
20 May 2019 – The Irish Examiner
NCI Lecturer, Dr Rosalind Beere, has signed a distribution deal with Boots for her ‘Chi Fit’ teas.
03 May 2019 – The Irish Independent
NCI student, Hannah Farrell, spent the best part of a year believing stress and overwork had her exhausted and down. However, it was anti-nmda receptor encephalitis, which took her to a crisis point, before diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for the nearly another year. Hannah returned to NCI, where her hard work and positivity have been an inspiration to all, and completed her Psychology degree using her own experience as thesis material. We are all very proud of her.
03 May 2019 – The Irish Mirror
Coverage of NCI Psychology degree student Hannah Farrell’s diagnosis with anti-nmda receptor encephalitis.