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NUI Galway is calling all wannabe engineers to participate in a free full-day family event, Engineering Our Future: Family Fun Day, which will take place this Saturday as part of Engineers Week. The event will run from 10am to 4pm in the university's Alice Perry Engineering Building.
NUI Galway Students’ Union is holding a road safety day on Wednesday October 31, where the Road Safety Authority interactive shuttle and roll-over simulator will be outside Áras na Mac Léinn from 10am to 4pm.
NUI Galway's Literary and Debating Society will tackle the issue of abortion and the Eighth Amendment when it debates the motion "This house would legalise abortion on request in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy."
Students interested in studying at NUI Galway are invited to a CAO Information Evening tonight Thursday 11 January. Students, parents, guardians and guidance counsellors are invited to attend the event, which runs from 7pm to 9pm in the O’Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance at NUI Galway.
A cross-section of groups at NUI Galway has come together to organise a coffee morning – dubbed SolidariTEA - to raise awareness, show support and raise funds for the four female academics engaged in a discrimination action against NUI Galway.
With students returning to college this week NUI Galway Students’ Union has launched their free rent book and accommodation guide for students along with an appeal to anyone with a spare room to consider renting it to NUI Galway students.
Over 170 Galway homeowners and landlords attended a recent Student Accommodation Information Evening hosted by NUI Galway. The event was organised by the University to share advice and best practice on arranging and managing student tenancies.
Almost one in every five Galway houses is empty and NUI Galway
students who sought counselling from the university’s student counselling service in the past year were from the Arts faculty.
There’s something a little bit special happening in NUI Galway. Earlier this month saw the launch of Please Talk, a mental health awareness campaign aimed at both staff and students. Mental health is something we all have, and something we all have to look after, but very often it falls way down our list of priorities, and we ignore it until suddenly something goes wrong. It’s not a subject we like to talk about, and rarely do we wait to hear the answer to the standard Irish greeting of, ‘How’s it going?’