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Recently published research, which looked at the cost thresholds for relatively expensive new drugs in the UK, and its relevance to Ireland's health system will be discussed at an event at NUI Galway tomorrow (Friday March 6)
Over the past few weeks, the impact of the proposed routes on the Galway City Transport Project has been articulated in great detail at a series of forums across the city and county. We have heard about houses and farms being destroyed, about businesses being decimated, about schools being overlooked. We have seen politicians try to justify both the development and the withdrawal of its plans. However, the opposition grew in stature last night when one of the city’s biggest employers, and one of the reasons for the city’s vitality and attraction, spoke out strongly about how it feels the roads will impact on their plans.
Dr Michael Loftus from Crossmolina was conferred with an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree by NUI Galway last Friday. He is pictured with Eamon O’Shea (left), professor of economics at NUI Galway and manager of the Tipperary Senior Hurling team, and Dr Jim Browne (right), president of NUI Galway.
Two converted tries both sides of half time were enough to see NUIG prevail by 14 - 5 over Sligo in the Connacht J1C league decider at a windswept and and rain-soaked Hamilton Park, Strandhill, on Sunday.
Author and lecturer Paddy Woodworth is to give a guest talk titled Writing Restoration: A Global Journey to the Cutting Edge of Conservation Science and Practice at NUI Galway tonight.
THE ANNUAL Japanese and Irish poetry evening returns this Saturday to Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop at 6pm, with Hisa Kagawa and Gerry Hanberry.
THE SHORT story writer Susan Millar DuMars will give an advanced fiction writing class. The classes start on April 8 and bookings are now being taken.
THE NUI Galway Theatre Week 2015 runs form Monday February 23 to Friday 27, showcasing student, college society, and alumni talent through theatre, literature, and film.
NUI Galway’s School of Education is seeking students to take part in a research study on the university experience of migrant students in Ireland. As one of the first studies of its kind in Ireland, it is important that student’s voices lead the research.
A public meeting on the marriage equality referendum takes place in NUI Galway on Wednesday February 18 at 7pm, and will be addressed by Green leader Eamon Ryan.