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Coláiste Mhuirlinne/ Merlin College, Doughiska, has announced the details of its transition year programme which begins in the school for the first time in September 2016. The school has also announced the appointment of John David Kearney as TY co-ordinator at Merlin College; Mr Kearney has also just recently been given the role as Galway U21 hurling coach.
HOW THE West Wasn't Won, a new comedy musical by Peter Kennedy, parodying Calamity Jane, Annie Get Your Gun, and Oklahoma! is to be staged by the Galway Patrician Musical Society.
The human brain and nervous system are the subject of a special public exhibition to be held at NUI Galway next week.
From the long Saturday night, and into the long Sunday of in the Galway West count, in the Bailey Allen Hall, NUI Galway, here are the results, count by count.
Galway West stands on the brink of electing its first female TD in almost 20 years, but while the omens are good for Independent Left councillor Catherine Connolly, her route to the Dáil is by no means certain, as Sinn Féin and the Social Democrats are also eyeing that same seat.
An exciting new challenge for young members of Coder Dojos in Galway city and county will be launched this Saturday.
THE GALWAY Actors Workshop has added two new evening courses, for both beginners and more advanced adult acting students, which begin towards the end of this month.
The new Bachelor of Commerce (Global Experience) course at the J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics in NUI Galway adds another innovative degree to the school’s portfolio of global business programmes.
NUI Galway will hold a ‘Scientist for a Day’ workshop for children aged 7 to 13 years old on Tuesday, February 16 from 10am-3pm. Organised by three science outreach initiatives based in NUI Galway, Cell EXPLORERS, Eco EXPLORERS and Kitchen Chemistry, the workshop will include a full day of science-related activities such as preparing DNA, observing colourful chemical reactions and working with live exotic animals.
NUI Galway has begun an international recruitment campaign to recruit 15 of the brightest emerging research stars to support the delivery of an ambitious strategy to become a top-200 research-led university by 2020.