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Our Lady’s Bower hosts annual Athlone Soroptimist student public speaking regional qualifying event

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The local heat of the annual Soroptimist Ireland girl’s public speaking competition recently took place at Our Lady’s Bower secondary school.

USI backs TUS SU campaign to stop management removing student space in Athlone campus

Actions by management in the Technological University of the Shannon to take a dedicated student space away from the Students’ Union will affect their ability to look after the welfare of their students and should be stopped, the Union of Students in Ireland has stated this week.

University of Galway unveils President’s Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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University of Galway President, Professor Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh has launched the newly introduced President’s Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship that recognises and celebrates the achievements of University of Galway students in the realms of entrepreneurship and innovation.

Connection and Community – the importance of volunteering in a hybrid world

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Business leaders from across Galway and Mayo joined educators from primary, second and third levels and students to celebrate Junior Achievement Ireland (JAI) industry and education partnerships across the region this week. MetLife, a supporting organisation of JAI since 2014, hosted the event at the company’s office in Galway.

Welcome plan for segregated cycle lanes on Western Distributor Road

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Cllr Alan Curran has enthusiastically welcomed the provision in the 2024 budget to include the construction of raised, and segregated cycle lanes on the Western Distributor Road from the Cappagh Road to the Deane Roundabout. The proposed cycle lanes would have a positive impact on traffic, are cost-effective, easily funded, and present a straightforward, uncontroversial solution.

The advantages of studying abroad

Many universities all over the country have dramatically increased their number of Erasmus and study abroad options for students as many universities have realised the benefits of studying abroad for students, most notably increased ‘employability’.

More than sixty Galway primary schools to join Hot School Meals Programme

Minister for Disability and Fianna Fáil TD for Galway East, Anne Rabbitte, has welcomed the approval of 62 additional primary schools in Galway for the Hot School Meals Programme.

College Awareness Week spotlights TUS as a University of popular choice

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Hundreds of secondary students across the Midlands region visited the Technological University of the Shannon’s (TUS) Athlone campus recently to get a taste of third level as part of College Awareness Week.

Minister announces details of €113 million cost of education package for university students

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris has announced further details of the cost of education measures under Budget 2024.

Galway schools to benefit from solar panels scheme

Schools across Galway will be fully funded to install up to 16 solar panels on their roof under a new Government scheme.


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