Limerick Institute of Technology appoints Vice President of Equality and Diversity

first_img TAGSLimerick Institute of TechnologyMarian DugganVice president of equality & diversityVincent Cunnane WhatsApp Previous articleRound the clock confession to take place in the Augustinian ChurchNext articleWorkers and businesses need clarity and certainty during red weather alerts says Limerick TD Staff Reporter Advertisement Marian Duggan, Dean, Flexible Learning-Vice President Equality and Diversity, LIT. Picture: Alan PlaceMarian Duggan has been appointed the first ever Vice President of Equality & Diversity at Limerick Institute of Technology.Ms Duggan’s position follows on from the national Higher Education Authority report National Review of Gender Equality in Irish Higher Education Institutions, which recommended the position of Vice-President of Equality be created in third level institutions.Ms Duggan, who joined LIT in September 2001 as a Lecturer in Accounting & Finance, and was later promoted to Head of the School of Business & Humanities took up her new position as Dean of Flexible Learning & VP Equality & Diversity last month.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up President of LIT, Professor Vincent Cunnane said, “LIT is a place of diversity, and what we do is fundamentally about inclusion. Through Marian’s appointment as VP Equality & Diversity, LIT is recognising our responsibilities in this space and believing in the ethos that this role carries with it. I wish Marian the best of luck in the role”Through this new role, the Chartered Accountant plans to create, support and encourage even more diversity among both the staff and student population at LIT.“My main objectives as VP Equality & Diversity are to promote, communicate, and support these objectives of equality, diversity and inclusion throughout LIT, while one of my goals over the coming year is to prepare an application for an Athena SWAN Bronze award.” said Marian Duggan“One of objectives of the Higher Education System Performance Framework 2018-2020 is to significantly improve the equality of opportunity through education and training. I see first hand everyday how education opens up so many opportunities to our young people and those returning to education later in life.“In a fair and equal society such opportunities should, and can be, open to all, irrespective of gender, socio-economic background, race, creed or disability. I am privileged to be in a position to work to ensure this happens and to ensure our student body reflects the diversity and social mix of Ireland’s population,” concluded Ms Duggan.More about education here. Twitter Facebook Limerick Institute of Technology awarded €750,000 capital grant towards works on its five campuses Limerick Institute of Technology launch new app to facilitate energy renovation upskilling Emailcenter_img Limerick colleges recognised at Irish Games Fleadh 2020 Linkedin Limerick Institute of Technology president takes up office as Chair of THEA board for 2020 Print NewsLimerick Institute of Technology appoints Vice President of Equality and DiversityBy Staff Reporter – March 7, 2018 1240 Limerick’s Student Radio Station Wired FM Celebrates 25 Years on Air Limerick Institute of Technology researcher calls for ban on cigarette vending machines RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

Syracuse drops doubleheader to No. 25 Notre Dame, falls to 1-12 in conference play

first_img Published on April 18, 2015 at 7:04 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (17-24, 1-12 Atlantic Coast) found two different ways to lose on a Saturday doubleheader with No. 25 Notre Dame (36-11, 15-5) in South Bend, Indiana. In the first game, SU lost 10-1 in five innings by virtue of the mercy rule before falling 7-6 in a back and forth battle.Starting pitcher Jocelyn Cater struggled through three innings in the opener, giving up eight runs on six hits, while walking and striking out five.Offensively, the Orange couldn’t get anything going against Notre Dame pitcher Allie Rhodes, who pitched the entire game for her 14th win of the season.The Fighting Irish took an eight-run lead into the fourth inning when SU’s offense found some life. Center fielder Mary Dombrowski scored on a Sammy Fernandez sacrifice fly.But that would prove to be the only Orange offense in the game. Lindsey Larkin came in to pitch the bottom of the fourth and gave up two more runs but SU couldn’t answer back in the fifth, ending the game.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse’s offense woke up in the first inning of game two when Julie Wambold and Corinne Ozanne hit back-to-back doubles to open the scoring.Notre Dame tied the score against AnnaMarie Gatti in the third before the Syracuse bats came back in the fourth. Each team would score two in the fourth and three in fifth, heading into the sixth inning locked in a 6-6 tie.The Orange couldn’t get anything going in the inning but Notre Dame hit back-to-back, two out doubles in the bottom half of the sixth to take a one run lead. The Fighting Irish brought Rhodes back into the game in the fifth.Aside from one hit and one run, the Notre Dame ace shut down SU again and took the win after a one-two-three seventh inning.The teams play again on Sunday at noon in South Bend for SU’s final conference road test of the year. Commentslast_img read more