A new lecture series at the College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Celtic Studies at NUI Galway, will continue with professor of health psychology Molly Byrne on Thursday November 8 at 5pm in the Moore Institute.
In her talk, Professor Byrne will track how her behavioural intervention research has evolved, changed and improved over the last decade.
She will present some of the behaviour change intervention studies she has conducted, highlighting novel approaches, methodologies, and tools which have improved the quality and impact of her research.
She will reflect on the key lessons she has learnt along this research journey, as well as outline some ideas about current opportunities and challenges relevant to researchers in the area of health behaviour change.
Dr Seán Crosson, vice-dean College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Celtic Studies at NUI Galway, said: “We are delighted to continue this lecture series which provides a great opportunity for our college and the university to make the general public more aware of the world-leading innovative research being undertaken in the college. This is the fifth speaker in the series which has featured contributions to date in the areas of social policy, education, political thought, online therapies, and language transmission.”
Professor Enrico Dal Lago of NUI Galway’s department of history will deliver the next lecture of the series on Thursday December 13 at 5pm.
Professor Dal Lago's lecture is entitled The Social Origins of Agrarian Violence in Comparative Perspective: The First Ku Klux Klan in South Carolina and the Early Mafia in Sicily, 1865-1875.