Dermot Keogh (1945-2023), who passed away yesterday, Wednesday September 6, was a distinguished and prolific historian of many aspects of Ireland in the 20th century - labour history, the Irish Jewish community, Irish diplomatic history, church-state relations, Irish connections with Latin America especially Argentina and Irish political and constitutional history.Read more
07 Sep 2023
05 Sep 2023
- Two UCC projects awarded a combined €2.7m from the European Research Council.
- Dr Hilary Browne to study spore-forming gut bacteria as a tool to target harmful pathogens.
- Dr Dónal Hassett to study the post-war impact that the First World War had on colonial subjects.
01 Sep 2023
University College Cork (UCC) today officially opens its purpose built student accommodation, Crow’s Nest.Read more
30 Aug 2023
- UCC and My Canine Companion launch new service dog programme to combat stress and anxiety.
- As college students gear up for the new term, accredited service dogs will support student well-being on campus.
- Led by UCC’s School of Nursing and Midwifery, the initiative is the first of its kind in a university in Ireland.
29 Aug 2023
- Picture This, Niamh Regan, Sekou and more to perform.
- Ticket Lottery to Other Voices at UCC is live now.
- UCC Amplified Open Call - chance for music acts to play on the Dingle Distillery Music Trail.
18 Aug 2023
Zodiac signs may be the modern go-to for astrological reference, but centuries ago Ireland had its own native understanding of the heavens – a tradition that will be explored in a fascinating public lecture at University College Cork.Read more
11 Aug 2023
University College Cork (UCC) and Irish financial services firm FDC Group have announced the renewal of their successful scholarship programme.
Worth a total of €250,000 over five years, the FDC Group Scholarships will support up to 20 students enrolled in either the MSc in Sustainable Development, Agri-Food and Co-Operatives; the MSc in Management and Marketing; or the Master’s in Accounting at Cork University Business School (CUBS).Read more
Rate of change in climate as dangerous as reaching critical warming levels and can trigger tipping points, study finds09 Aug 2023
- Mathematicians find the speed with which we approach critical levels of climate change is as dangerous to our survival as reaching these critical levels.
- Rate-induced tipping is triggered not by reaching a critical level of climate change, but instead by a critical rate of change, and can occur before that level is reached.
- Other examples include the surge in demand on the national grid after sporting events.
03 Aug 2023
- Study shows that children who are active outdoors in rural areas with frequent exposure to animals have better regulated immune systems.
- Exposure to different environmental factors during early life is believed to play a crucial role in training the immune system.
- A better understanding of the early life immune system may progress the development of interventions to modulate the immune response to support lifelong health.
26 Jul 2023
- UCC is proud to be an official sponsor of Cork LGBT+ Pride Festival for second year.
- Events to celebrate LGBT+ pride, diversity, inclusivity, and activism.
- UCC to highlight the importance of allyship to actively advocate for LGBT+ community.