City Colleges’ College of Media, Arts and Science offers industry-related education and training using a student centric approach, with lecturers, facilities and course materials of the highest quality. Our students benefit from our exceptional professional development courses in the areas of Management, Marketing, Journalism and the Arts.
Dr. Myles Dungan
Dean, College of Arts
Myles Dungan is a broadcaster and journalist with more than forty years experience of working in Irish radio and TV, as a presenter and programme maker. He has, since 1980, presented Five Seven Live, Rattlebag, Today with Myles Dungan, The History Show and Prime Time on RTE Radio and TV. In 2012 he received a PhD in History from Trinity College, Dublin and has taught at undergraduate level and as an adjunct lecturer in the University of California, Berkeley, Trinity College, Dublin, University College, Dublin, the Dublin Institute of Technology as well as City Colleges. He is the author of more than a dozen books on Irish and American History, including Irish Voices from the Great War and Conspiracy: Irish Political Trials. He is the recipient of two Fulbright Awards to the University of California, Berkeley as a researcher (2007) and a teacher (2011). He is also the recipient of numerous awards for his radio work, including a Jacob’s Award in 1988 for the 13-part radio documentary series, Vietnam. He is the programme director of the annual Hinterland Festival.
Schools Within The College of Media, Arts & Science
Health & Wellbeing
History & Politics
Further Information on these programmes
Please call the College on 1850 25 27 40, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.