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Frank Ryan, the former CEO of Enterprise Ireland, has been appointed the new chairman of the governing body of Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT). The appointment was made by Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O’Sullivan.
Two Galway teams — Team Sputnikí Mhóinín from Galway Community College, Galway, and Team Sat AthaRi from GairmScoil Mhuire, Athenry — were named joint winners in the regional final of the CanSat competition last week. The competition, run by the European Space Agency, sees school teams throughout Europe compete to create and launch miniature satellites.
More than 50 employers and universities will exhibit at AIT’s careers fair, an increase of 20 per cent on 2013. The fair takes place from 10am-2pm on Thursday November 13.
A record number of employers’ groups and recruitment companies are due to attend this year’s GMIT Careers Fair, which takes place on Monday October 6, seeking to fill a broad range of jobs in a variety of sectors.
Two final year Bachelor of Science students at NUI Galway were awarded a merit award at the recent Enterprise Ireland Student Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
Students throughout Westmeath have been called upon to put their knowledge of science to the test and enter SciFest 2014! Sponsored by SFI Discover and now in its seventh year as a national project, SciFest is an all-inclusive, all-island science competition where second-level students showcase science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) projects at a series of one day science fairs held regionally in the 14 Institutes of Technology and the University of Ulster, Derry.
Hundreds of students and graduates of GMIT are expected to attend the annual GMIT Careers and Recruitment Fair in the Galway campus on Monday October 7.
NUI Galway students, Aidan Breen and Simon Casey were recently presented with a merit award of €1,500 at this year’s Enterprise Ireland Think Outside the Box Awards, for their project ‘SmartGate’.
In Mayo in 2012, local businesses donated a total of €1,093,638 in cash and in kind donations to local charities and community groups. Some 990 hours were volunteered by local employees and some 185 community partnerships were supported by 19 companies.
Put the Midlands at the top of your list for development, is the message being sent from the new president of the Midlands Gateway Chamber to the Irish Government.