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Galway’s Ciaran Stewart has been selected as the Tullamore & District Chamber Business Person of the Year. He received the award for outstanding achievement in service, operations, marketing and public relations.
Athlone Institute of Technology has announced formal plans to reopen to all students on a phased basis for the new 2020/21 academic year.
At what age did you start running? I started training in athletics when I was 13 and moved to race walking when I was 19. I have been a member of the Loughrea Athletic Club for about 30 years- it's a great club and had a hugely positive influence. I am very proud to have been a member.
There have been concerns raised over student accommodation in Galway after NUI Galway announced new changes to the upcoming academic year, due to the restrictions imposed by Government over Covid-19.
An Athlone-based PhD candidate is using augmented reality (AR) to help cure people of walking abnormalities which, if left untreated, can lead to “wear and tear” arthritis and serious injuries.
A new series for TG4, Gaeltacht 2020, presented by journalist Eibhlín Ní Chonghaile, a resident of Ballina, takes a look at the current state of the Gaeltacht.
NUI Galway has announced it is reviewing its existing healthcare research to repurpose it to help fight the spread of COVID-19.
NUI Galway president calls for ‘care, compassion, and flexibility’ as students face accommodation crux
NUI Galway president, Professor Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, has called for property owners who have been accommodating students this year to work with the university and show compassion for those adversely affected the COVID-19 emergency.
More than 500 guidance counsellors from all over Ireland are expected to attend the Institute of Guidance Counsellors National Conference which will be held in NUI Galway tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday. This 2020 conference is being hosted by the Galway/Mayo branch of the Institute of Guidance Counsellors. As well as facilitating the two day conference, NUI Galway has been unveiled as the main sponsor for this year’s event, with supporting sponsorship from GMIT.
Owen Ward, an Irish Traveller and a professional master of education student at NUI Galway, has been elected by postgraduate students onto the university’s Údarás na hOllscoile — the university’s governing body. This is the first time that an Irish Traveller has been elected onto a university governing body in Ireland.