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GALWAY c1200 to c1900

The above is the title of a newly published folding map by the Royal Irish Academy. It has been compiled by Jacinta Prunty and Paul Walsh using the extensive topographical information which they collected while working on a forthcoming book entitled Galway in the Historic Towns Atlas series. They also studied old maps of the city. This map extends from Newcastle Road to College Road and from Terryland to Nimmo’s Pier. The map and its extensive indices are unrivalled in their detail and afford a unique window into the earlier medieval topography and way of life in the city.

NUI Galway to give public lecture on Holocaust Memorial Day

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Registrar and Deputy President of NUI Galway, Professor Pól Ó Dochartaigh, will give a public lecture on Germans and Jews Today: Living with the Holocaust? on Wednesday, 27 January to coincide with Holocaust Memorial Day.

AIT president encourages Class of 2015 to put higher education on election agenda

The president of Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) has encouraged the Class of 2015 to question politicians on their higher education policies in the build-up to the next General Election.

Renua to host meeting to explain budget submissions

On October 5, Renua Ireland formally launched its pre-budget submissions in Dublin’s Royal Irish Academy. Renua Ireland Mayo will be presenting and discussing these dramatic and game changing proposals at a public information meeting at 8pm on Tuesday, October 13 at the Knock House Hotel, Knock.

Renua host meeting to explain budget submissions

On October 5, Renua Ireland formally launched its pre-budget submissions in Dublin’s Royal Irish Academy. Renua Ireland Mayo will be presenting and discussing these dramatic and game changing proposals at a public information meeting at 8pm on Tuesday, October 13 at the Knock House Hotel, Knock.

Speech and drama skills for life

The gift of language has long been considered one of the greatest we have. When used to its full potential, language can unlock a wonderful world of literature and art, and can also enable us to communicate and share this world with others. 

Communication skills — a passport to success

A person’s ability to speak clearly and engagingly has an enormous impact on his/her self confidence, appreciation of language, literature, and art, and ability to communicate effectively throughout life. Whether interacting with fellow pupils and school teachers, delivering a presentation to colleagues, or performing in the public arena, being an articulate, engaging, speaker is an invaluable skill. When better to develop promote skills than in childhood?

 

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