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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.
Gaillimh le Gaeilge, the organisers of Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh, in association with the Galway Advertiser and with support from the IrishTimes and the Galway Chamber has announcde this year’s nominees for Gradam 2015.
Three-time Olympic medalist and former World Champion Carmelita Jeter will compete in the AIT International Arena Grand Prix on February 18. The American sprinter will run in the 60m event.
The Erris Agricultural Show AGM took place on October 10 in the Broadhaven Bay Hotel with a large crowd in attendance. Chairperson Ciarán Brett thanked the committee and sub-committees for their hard work and dedication. The show’s success this year, and indeed over the last four years, is due to all of the local volunteers who give up their time and take their holidays around the days leading up to the show and afterwards to help in any way they can to make the show such a success.
More than 2,100 people were conferred over two days at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) last week, the largest number to ever graduate from the institute.
AN BRONNTANAS, the Celtic-Noir thriller shot in Connemara, and which was premiered at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh, is to receive a special screening and limited run in Clifden.
Athlone Institute of Technology is to become a technological university, according to the college’s new strategic plan launched yesterday (Thursday).
James Horan sprang a surprise with the team he announced for Sunday’s Connacht semi-final against Roscommon this week when he opted to hand Conor O’Shea his first championship start at centre-half-forward alongside teenager Diarmuid O’Connor who will be making his second championship start after making his debut against New York at the start of last month.
Some 55,000 Leaving Cert students began their State exams yesterday, with English being the first test in a series of exams lasting over two weeks.
A programme looking at the first forced emigration scheme on the Mahon Estate in Strokestown, County Roscommon during the Great Irish Famine, is to broadcast on Shannonside Northern Sound.