Postdoctoral research opportunity with Met Éireann
Sarah McIntosh
Met Éireann is searching for a three-year research and infrastructure support for the newly established Irish Soil Moisture Observation Network, writes Sarah McIntosh.
29 November 2023 Education
Agri Careers: Meath student’s poem scoops 'From Foal to Race' prize
Ruth Shanley has been named the winner of Agri Aware’s transition year equine programme for her writing about the impact horses had on her growing up, writes Sarah McIntosh.
25 November 2023 Education
Strong labour market reported for recent graduates
The national analysis of higher education graduate outcomes in Ireland shows a strong labour market for recent graduates, writes Sarah McIntosh.
Top tips for CV preparation and interview success
Sarah Buckley, HR manager at the Irish Farmers Journal, outlines her top five tips to help you make your CV stand out and maximise your chances of success in the jobs market.
22 November 2023 Agri jobs
Gender pay gap: lower salary expectations among female students
The Irish Farmers Journal student survey has shown female students studying agricultural science are expecting to earn lower salaries compared to male students, writes Sarah McIntosh.
22 November 2023 Agri jobs
Education options for a career in the dairy sector
Declan Collins takes a look at some of the course options open to students interested in pursuing a career in the dairy sector.
20 November 2023 News
Young global innovators win James Dyson Award
The international design award has announced three global winners who will each receive €34,000 to support the next stages of their innovations, writes Sarah McIntosh.
18 November 2023 Education
News round-up from Northern Ireland
Weekly round-up of news from the farming industry in Northern Ireland.
15 November 2023 Northern Ireland
Farmer Writes: farming has new quotas
A flick through the CSO publication celebrating Ireland's 50 years in the EU threw up some interesting stats for Tommy Moyles.
15 November 2023 Farmer Writes
In pictures: first agricultural science students graduate from UCC
Training our farmers to work in a more innovative and agile manner is key to ensuring the sector remains a viable career path for future generations, UCC Professor Frank Buckley said.
13 November 2023 News
Expansion of farm water quality programmes essential - Nuffield scholar
Ten farmers taking one action to address water quality is better than one farmer taking 10 actions, Nuffield scholar Aoife Feeney told the Nuffield Ireland conference on Friday.
12 November 2023 Climate and environment
Agri Careers: the importance of promoting science in education
Ahead of Science Week 2023, Sarah McIntosh talks to Dr Ciaran Seoighe, Deputy Director General of the Science Foundation Ireland on the importance of getting young people involved in science.
8 November 2023 Education