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Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) and Mayo County Council recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) setting out plans for the two organisations to work closely together on projects of strategic importance across a range of mutually beneficial areas and to promote sustainable partnerships.
Students who want to be part of transforming their communities should consider the new degree in community development and youth work available at GMIT Mayo campus in Castlebar.
GMIT has announced a suite of new cybersecurity courses developed in close collaboration with industry and in consultation with the Regional Skills Forum West and academic partners over the past two years, in response to a skills shortage in this discipline.
GMIT is pleased to announce that Samir Mahmood, a graduating student of the four-year part-time BA in Contemporary Practices, has been awarded the inaugural Mary Lavelle Burke Bursary Award. Samir’s practice evolves from a transdisciplinary approach incorporating drawing, painting, sculptural, and video elements, and this award is a recognition of his achievements as an outstanding student.
Mayo Fine Gael TD Alan Dillon is due to meet with Minister for Further and Higher Education, Simon Harris, for a face-to-face briefing on the status of the GMIT Mayo campus.
The first nationwide litter survey by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) since the Covid-19 crisis, shows Castlebar to be ‘Clean to European Norms’ and in 11th spot in the ranking of 40 towns and cities nationwide.
The Other Voices music festival which took place in Ballina at the tail end of February, saw an economic benefit of around €1.5 million in the town, it was revealed this week. The festival was headlined by David Gray and Elbow who played in St Michael’s Church in Ballina, with numerous other acts performing in venues across the town. The event was live streamed and featured in the Other Voices television show recently broadcast on RTÉ.
Mayo Fine Gael TD Alan Dillon has urged his colleague Minister Simon Harris and the HSE to take immediate action and ensure adequate treatment centres are available in County Mayo when the coronavirus peaks.
Now in its third year, GMIT Mayo’s Digital West 2020 event will take place on Tuesday, January 28.