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Athlone IT, Ireland’s next technological university following a merger with LIT and soon to be known as Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest, has been awarded 929 of those places across Springboard+ and ICT skills upskilling programmes, representing more than €4m in supported learning to be availed off by the Athlone campus through this initiative.
NUI Galway’s College of Medicine, Nursing, and Health Sciences was recently awarded Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards at the national Education Awards 2021. The Education Awards recognise, encourage and celebrate excellence in the third level education sector on the island of Ireland from both State and privately funded institutions.
NUI Galway has announced the appointment of Professor Jim Livesey as Vice-President for Research and Innovation. Professor Livesey joins from the University of Dundee, where he served as Dean of Humanities since 2014.
Athlone Institute of Technology has joined colleagues in NUIG, MTU and MU in formally acceding to ADAPT, a SFI research centre for artificial intelligence driven-digital content technology research, bringing the total number of academic partners to eight.
A new economic and environment stimulus partnership has secured funding to progress several ‘firsts’ for the Midlands region that will mobilise the next generation of green-enterprise innovators and stimulate regional job creation.
NUI Galway coordinates ‘first in man’ clinical trial of pioneering guidance for heart bypass surgery
A new approach to the guidance, planning and conducting of heart bypass surgery is being tested on patients for the first time in a clinical trial coordinated by a high-level research team at NUI Galway.
This Saturday, people are invited to a webinar in which Donncha O’Connell, Established Professor of Law at NUI Galway, and Mike Chinoy, former CNN correspondent and author of Are You With Me? Kevin Boyle and the Rise of the Human Rights Movement to discuss the life and work of human rights lawyer and activist, Kevin Boyle.
KARL PARKINSON is a writer many Irish men and women of letters secretly think should not exist. This is partly the snobbery of the well fed, who dominate the deciding echelons of conventional literary taste-making.
Rashida Jones plays Laura; she is a writer with writer's block and raising two daughters with her husband Dean. Lately she has noticed Dean is distant and not affectionate.
Rashida Jones plays Laura; she is a writer with writer's block and raising two daughters with her husband Dean. Lately she has noticed Dean is distant and not affectionate. His business is starting to take off so he is away from home a lot. When she goes to meet him at a work event she notices how friendly he is with a younger beautiful colleague which only adds to her suspicion. While having lunch with her father Felix, she tells him what has been bothering her. Instantly he assumes the worst (himself a life long womaniser). Rather than consoling Laura he takes the opportunity to bond with her on catching Dean out. They then spending the weekend stalking him around New York looking for evidence.