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GMIT has announced the appointment of Professor Neville McClenaghan to the post of Vice President, GMIT Mayo campus. Professor McClenaghan comes to GMIT from the University of Ulster where he held a number of rolesincluding Course Director of the B.Sc. (Hons) Biomedical Science, Head of School of Biomedical Sciences (2007-2017), Professor of Bio-innovation and Enterprise (since 2009), and member of the Senate.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering No 217 Gleann na Rí for sale by public auction on December 4 at 1pm in the Leopardstown Pavillion, Dublin 18. This is a three bedroom ground floor apartment located in a small block to the rear of the Gleann na Ri development. The property is in a block of 12 units with communal parking to the front and large landscaped gardens to the rear. Gleann Na Ri is a secure development with electronic gated access and a management company in place.
An announcement is expected in the near future on the appointment of a new Vice President of GMIT Mayo, it was revealed this week.
A wonderful evening of top class music and song was delivered to a capacity audience attending Castlebar Concert Band’s Annual Concert held in GMIT last Wednesday October 25.
GMIT Mayo will host a Human Rights seminar in conjunction with the Rights Review Committee of Western Care Association and Mayo Self Advocacy, in the Mayo campus on Tuesday, October 16, at 6pm, as part of Mayo Social Inclusion week.
Several hundred secondary school pupils are expected to attend an open morning hosted by GMIT at the Galway campus this Saturday October 13 from 10 am to 1pm.
As part of a drive to increase the number of female entrepreneurs in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon, GMIT Innovation Hubs will deliver a second cycle of their regional programme called "Empower", commencing in October, across the region.
Galway Rural Development (GRD) still has a number of courses being run throughout the county this autumn.
High profile entrepreneurs to deliver part-time course at the Galway campus
Despite national recognition of female entrepreneurs, Ireland suffers from a low number of women engaged in business startups. Female-led businesses remain an underdeveloped source of economic growth and jobs. As part of a drive to increase the number of female entrepreneurs in Galway, Mayo and Roscommon, GMIT Innovation Hubs will deliver a second cycle of their regional programme called “EMPOWER”, commencing this month across the region.