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University of Galway this week announced the recipients of Honorary Degrees at the 2023 Winter Conferring ceremonies which are taking place from until Wednesday November 29, when the Honorary Degree awardees will join more than 3,000 students graduating over six days.
Summer programmes in special schools must be made compulsory around the country, a constituency Fine Gael Senator has said.
The highly anticipated Women in STEM Awards 2023 celebrate and recognise the incredible achievements and innovations of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in Ireland, with the Midlands region celebrating as four women from the Ericsson Athlone team have been named as finalists in the upcoming awards.
Celebrities from the world of TV and entertainment turned out last week to congratulate the winners of the 2023 Hidden Hearing’ Heroes Awards in Dublin.
University of Galway and Atlantic Technological University (Galway) have come together with the Mayor of the City of Galway and the Galway Chamber to announce and sign the Greater Galway Charter – a manifesto for long-term strategic thinking and planning for the region.
The historical role that The Grove in Tuam played in the medical life of North Galway was celebrated on Monday when Tánaiste Micheál Martin, TD, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Defence opened the Children’s Disability Network Team (CDNT) & Adult Community Mental Health Services (ACMHT) facility on the site of the former hospital.
Soon, it will become as iconic as the box of USA biscuits at Christmastime or the Guinness Book of Records. There is immense pride in Galway at the local initiative that resulted in the Old Ireland In Colour series that sprung forth a few years ago and went on to smash every bookselling record in the country.
Galway city centre won its second-ever silver medal at the SuperValu Tidy Towns awards ceremony held in Croke Park last week.
Ibec’s Irish Medtech Association and Polymer Technology Ireland, the Ibec groups which represents the medtech, and polymer sectors, celebrated over 600 apprentices now engaged with the Manufacturing Technician Level 6, Manufacturing Engineer Level 7 and Polymer Processing Technologist Level 7 apprenticeship programmes at special ‘Talent to Thrive’ event hosted by the Irish Medtech Association Board at The G Hotel, Galway last week.