New bus route Clondalkin to University College Dublin starting on January 23 - Ridgway Coaches will operate the service with stops in Tallaght, Old Bawn, Firhouse, Knocklyon & Rathfarnham
Before you leave campus this Christmas, please remember the University’s switch-off campaign and help improve UCD’s energy efficiency by switching off non-essential equipment and devices. Have a Merry Christmas ?
Scheduled: 15 November - We are having two cookery demonstrations in the An Cuas area of the Newman building. The cookery demonstrations will take place at 12.30pm and 1.30pm.
Once again, we are asking for a few minutes of your time to complete the annual commuting survey and additionally to give us your feedback on the draft Travel Plan 2016-2021-2026.
Within the next decade, it’s expected that the combined student and employee population of UCD will grow to just under 35,000. That’s a lot of people – and a lot of daily journeys to and from the University.
UCD has partnered with Irish Village Markets to have a market in UCD aimed to promote diversity and explore food trends. For Irish Village Market food is a way of life. With over ten years’ experience, they have a great reputation for promoting the most exciting and diverse range of ...
Before you leave campus this Bank Holiday weekend, please remember the University’s switch-off campaign and help us to improve UCD’s energy efficiency and reduce harmful emissions by switching off non-essential equipment and devices.
On the 29th and 30thof September 2016 UCD will compete for the first time in the Intervarsity BioBlitz which is jointly run by the An Taisce Green-Campus Programme and the National Biodiversity Data Centre. A Bioblitz is a period of biological surveying over a specific time-frame in an attempt to record ...
On the 29th and 30th of September 2016 UCD will compete for the first time in the Intervarsity BioBlitz which is jointly run by the An Taisce Green-Campus Programme and the National Biodiversity Data Centre.
UCD’s energy and water management system has recently been certified to ISO50001, the international standard for energy management. UCD is the first public sector organisation in Ireland to have achieved full organisational level certification to ISO50001 that encompasses both energy and water management.