SFI Outstanding Contribution to STEM Communication Associate professor Eilish McLoughlin is director of the Research Centre for the Advancement of STEM Teaching and Learning (CASTeL) at DCU. She has led several large-scale national initiatives to widen participation in STEM including…
In this episode of the Teacher Inspire podcast Louise hears about a unique programme that DCU offers student teachers at primary and secondary level. The STEM Teacher Internship Programme – known as (STInt) – provides 12-week paid summer internships in STEM roles.
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD today announces the continuation and expansion of the STEM Teacher Internship (STInt) Programme which supports internship opportunities for trainee teachers across seven universities in Ireland.
We are delighted that the STEM Teacher Internship (STInt) Programme - a globally unique partnership between Irish education and industry - has been granted funding under this programme and that Science Foundation Ireland will continue as a strategic partner for the next two years.
he STEM Teacher Internship (STInt) Programme celebrated the completion of their seventh successful programme at a graduation event in Dublin City University on Friday evening, 30th September.