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NUIG to increase access for students with disabilities

Fine Gael Senator Fidelma Healy Eames congratulated the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG) on its participation in the college admission scheme which aims to make it easier for those with disabilities to access third level education.

Eyre Square Poetry Competition winner

The writer and teacher Gerry Hanberry won the recent Eyre Square Poetry Competition for his poem ‘Crossing Eyre Square’. Mr Hanberry’s poem is printed below.

North Beach Nights

THE WRITERS Celeste Auge, Maureen Gallagher, Gerry Hanberry, and Hugo Kelly will read at North Beach Nights in The Crane Bar, Sea Road, on Monday at 9pm.

Retired teachers head back to the classroom to learn computer skills

The Galway Education Centre and the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) at NUI Galway have joined forces to run computer courses for local retired teachers.

NUIG and ‘mannerless students’ are failing Newcastle residents

It is unacceptable for NUI, Galway not to provide a proper park and ride facility and unacceptable for students, or “mannerless future academics,” to park illegally in areas of Newcastle.

First graduates

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The NUI Galway diploma in science and technology studies is an innovative programme targeted at working adults, and focuses on up-skilling in areas such as science, health, IT, engineering, and management.

NUIG leads UNESCO study in Zambia

The UNESCO Child, Youth and Civic Engagement team, based in NUIG, is to take part in an international collaborative research project on civic engagement, youth, and gender in Zambia.

Paul Reynolds to address NUIG Law Society

RTÉ crime correspondent Paul Reynolds will address a public meeting in NUIG next week where he will look at the issue of organised crime in modern Ireland.

NUIG to host Olive Loughnane

World silver medallist and Olympian walker Olive Loughnane will be speaking at a special reception in NUIG next week.

Mayo student awarded NUI Galway scholarship in Chicago

Two NUI Galway students have been awarded the Chicago Student Social Work Scholarships by the Chicago Immigrant Support Centre. First year MA in social work programme students Marie Hoban from Liscarney, Co Mayo, and Bridget O’Hara from Salthill, Galway, will each receive a scholarship of $3,500. This is the second consecutive year that NUI Galway students from this programme have been awarded the scholarship.


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