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NUI Galway will host a conference on October 9-10 bringing together mindfulness visionaries, higher education leaders and University staff and students to share the evidence-based impact of mindfulness on performance, well-being, entrepreneurship and society.
students who sought counselling from the university’s student counselling service in the past year were from the Arts faculty.
The legacy of world-renowned human rights lawyer and scholar, the late Professor Kevin Boyle, endures at NUI Galway with the launch of his personal archive on Friday, 28 November by the Attorney General, Máire Whelan, S.C. The archive contains a wealth of material and unique insights into the field of human rights, legal research and scholarship.
THE CONTEMPO Quartet will give a lunchtime concert in the Hardiman Building at NUI Galway on Friday August 8 at 1pm.
AUGUST MARKS the centenary of the start of The Great War and in anticipation of that, NUI Galway will hold a major international history workshop on the conflict.
Culture Night 2012 will take place on Friday, September 21 with cultural institutions from across the country opening their doors to stage a series of special events to mark the occasion. Among those hosting events for this national evening of celebration are the Archives and Special Collections services in NUI Galway’s James Hardiman Library.
TWENTY PHOTOGRAPHS taken by Swedish photographers in the early 20th century are on display at NUI Galway’s James Hardiman Library.
An estimated 400 jobs are expected to be created in the construction sector at NUI Galway as part of a €75 million spend on university developments.
NUI Galway’s James Hardiman Library will host renowned photographer Tarquin Blake’s Abandoned Mansions of Ireland exhibition until Friday, June 24.
From the Ireland of the 1960s arose a generation of writers that created a cultural revival that compares with, and perhaps exceeds, the ‘Irish Renaissance’ of the early 1900s. This second flowering contributed to Ireland’s current reputation as a uniquely creative nation.