Connector.ie: happy to connect students and the industryOctober 12th, 2012
Universities and colleges all over the country are full of activity once again as new and old students are settling back into college life. The level of activity among students this year is particularly high with new societies and events popping up all over the place. One such society that has been growing rapidly since its establishment earlier this year is Dublin City University’s (DCU) Innovation Society. Chairperson of DCU Innovation Society, David Murphy, sees his new society as a way of dealing with students, staff and anyone else who wants to get involved, by listening, improving and helping to get their ideas up and running. The society prides itself on producing fresh new ideas all the time. Throughout the year they plan on organising events such as creativity workshops, presentations and panel discussions, business plan competitions, meets with local groups and organisations, and outings to road shows in the RDS.
Connector.ie appreciates the value of students, and the hard work they put into their projects doesn’t go unnoticed. With that in mind, Connector.ie is lending a helping hand to DCU Innovation Society by connecting them and their members with industry professionals and by creating networks. This exciting new collaboration promises to benefit both DCU Innovation Society and Connector.ie itself in many ways so here’s to a successful future and a flourishing relationship.