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UCC Careers Roadshows and Volunteering Fair

UCC's Careers Service is delighted to announce a number of upcoming Volunteering Fairs and Roadshows..

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Pictured: Daniel Schaffer, newly appointed CEO of FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education) and President of UCC, Dr Michael Murphy, with representatives of An Taisce, Dr Yvonne Ryan and Dr Michael John O’Mahony with students and staff of UCC's Green Campus Programme, including Professor John O Halloran,Vice President for Teaching & Learning and staff from Buildings & Estates, UCC, including Barrie Curley, Estates Administrator, Mark Poland, Director of Buildings & Estates and Paul Prendergast, Buildings Officer (image by Gerard McCarthy).

Green Campus bound for Europe

The UCC Green Campus Programme will represent Ireland in the final stages of the European Business Awards for the Environment (EBAE), the only Irish presence across the entire competition.

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The UCC team involved in the research Photo Provision

UCC Cardiac Innovation: Bypass Bypassed

Researchers at UCC and the Mayo Clinic in the USA  have created a non-surgical way to treat patients who otherwise would need heart bypass operations.

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Paul Geaney, captain, with the team which won the Sigerson Cup last March

Kerry footballers hone their skills at UCC!

Kerry recently played Donegal in the All-Ireland Senior Football Final and once again there is a large representation of UCC students and alumni on the Kerry team.

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News

  • Who should fund Higher Education?

    A major international symposium held in Dublin on Monday Sept 29 threw the spotlight on a growing crisis in Irish Higher Education. 

  • John FitzGerald wins Patrick Kavanagh Poetry Award

    Winning the Patrick Kavanagh Poetry Award is a commendable feat in itself. To do so having never been previously published in any forum is an even greater one.

  • UCC thrives in Sunday Times uni guide

    University College Cork has been named runner-up in The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015, with its performance in research income per academic leading the field.

  • Green Campus bound for Europe

    The UCC Green Campus Programme will represent Ireland in the final stages of the European Business Awards for the Environment (EBAE), the only Irish presence across the entire competition.

  • UCC launches first online Masters in Public Health

    UCC has launched the first online Masters in Public Health (MPH) in the country which will provide interested students with a flexible approach to learning irrespective of location.

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