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Galway woman named Chartered Engineer of the Year

Galway native Claire Lillis has been awarded the prestigious Chartered Engineer of the Year Award by Engineers Ireland, the professional membership body for engineers.

Beginners Mandarin language courses for adults and children

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The Confucius Institute's Mandarin language course is suitable for beginners or those with some basic knowledge of Mandarin. The aim of this non-accredited course is to enable students to feel confident in communicating in everyday situations with Chinese native speakers, and to give insights into the Chinese culture and way of life.

Beginners Mandarin language courses for adults and children

The Confucius Institute's Mandarin language course is suitable for beginners or those with some basic knowledge of Mandarin. The aim of this course is to enable students to feel confident in communicating in everyday situations with Chinese native speakers, and to give insights into the Chinese culture and way of life.

Learn leadership skills at new course

People can learn leadership skills, boost their confidence, and gain a better understanding of what shapes society and communities by taking part in a forthcoming course.

Galway Community College Further Education introduces new QQI early learning and care professional programme

Galway’s largest provider of early years courses, Galway Community College is introducing the new QQI early learning and care professional award which is a milestone for the early years sector.

Students celebrated at annual Kumon awards

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Native Irish oak saplings from Coolattin Forest, donated by Berna Hayden, added an ecological flavour to the sixth annual awards ceremony at Kumon Galway City West on Sunday. Students collected their saplings and their academic awards at an open air, restrictions compliant event, at the Galway Greyhound Stadium.

Laptops for students who cannot afford them to be part of higher education funding package

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Laptops worth almost €535,000 will be made available to higher-education students in Galway who would otherwise struggle to afford them as part of a government scheme to address “digital inequality” in the sector.

Online creative writing classes for the autumn

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CREATIVE WRITING classes with the poet Kevin Higgins, and the post and short story writer Susan Millert DuMars, will begin in September.

Calasanctius College student to represent Ireland in International Mathematical Olympiad

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Evan Grealish, a Leaving Certificate student at Calasanctius College Oranmore, came an impressive second place in the Irish Mathematical Olympiad (IrMO). He will now represent Ireland at the 2021 International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) in July.

More must be done to address gender imbalance in STEM education and careers, says Maria Walsh

Midlands-North-West MEP Maria Walsh says more must be done to encourage women to pursue STEM education and careers in order to address the gender imbalance in technical and other high level jobs in this sector.

 

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