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Local award-winning poet Seán Lysaght launched a new book called Carnival Masks in the Creel, Westport Quay, last night (Thursday).
On Thursday March 6 South West Mayo Development Company, in conjunction with Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, is holding a seminar Europe Matters in the Castlebar campus of GMIT. Funded by Department of An Taoiseach under the Communicating Europe Initiative, as well as Mayo County Council, this half-day seminar is an opportunity to examine and reflect on the role of citizens in influencing the EU. The internationally renowned line-up of speakers includes Anastasia Crickley, the first chair of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency; Dr Will Dinan from the University of the West of Scotland and co-founder of www.spinwatch.org; Kieran Clifford from Amnesty International; and Paul Ginnell from the European Anti-Poverty Network (Ireland).
The tech industry in Ireland continues to grow and opportunities exist for graduates, whether from an ICT background or not. But what do tech companies actually want? What is needed to start up a tech company of your own?
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) will confer awards on 2,315 students during conferring days this month. The conferring in Castlebar takes place today, Friday November 8, in the TF Royal Hotel.
A GMIT student and his co-accused have admitted hacking into Fine Gael’s website in the lead-up to the 2011 general election as part of a “stunt” to embarass the party.
Mullery auctioneers is currently offering for sale two townhouses at Glasan on the Ballybane Road. This exceptionally well located student village is just off the Dublin Road, directly opposite the gates to Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology and adjacent to the former Corrib Great Southern Hotel. The development is very well maintained and landscaped and benefits from on site shop, restaurant, tennis court, and other amenities.
Galway’s bid to become an UNESCO City of Film is one step closer this week after councillors gave their full approval and support for the submission.
For the first time ever, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has to operate a waiting list for companies wishing to recruit students for jobs and work placements at GMIT’s annual Tourism and Hospitality Careers Fair, taking place on Wednesday, March 13 from 1.30pm to 4.30pm.
An open information evening on accounting study options and how to start a career in accounting will take place in Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), Galway campus, on Thursday, March 14, at 7pm.
For the first time, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology has to operate a waiting list for companies wishing to recruit students for jobs and work placements at GMIT’s annual Tourism and Hospitality Careers Fair, which will take place on Wednesday March 13 from 1.30pm to 4.30pm.