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Leaders in public/private sectors and academia, will share their “Digital Transformation” stories at this free online event
Professor Roger Watson has recently assumed the role of Adjunct Professor of Nursing at the School of Nursing at NUI Galway.
Students at NUI Galway are reaching out to residents in the county this Christmas by way of pen and paper in the spirits of solidarity and friendship.
GMIT is pleased to announce that Samir Mahmood, a graduating student of the four-year part-time BA in Contemporary Practices, has been awarded the inaugural Mary Lavelle Burke Bursary Award. Samir’s practice evolves from a transdisciplinary approach incorporating drawing, painting, sculptural, and video elements, and this award is a recognition of his achievements as an outstanding student.
A study carried out earlier this year by researchers at NUI Galway's School of Education has found that children are more anxious and learn less when schooling at home.
HE WAS Ireland’s first literary celebrity; he moved in exciting political and artistic circles; he was a best selling writer; a political satirist; a biographer, and above all a celebrated lyricist, admired by Hector Berlioz.
Galway is fortunate to be home to many people who bring an enormous amount to an understanding of the place where they live, and also to the country as a whole. Two of those people have now combined to produce a book that will do that and more, bringing to life a history we had consigned to monochrome and sepia.
When Gearóidín Uí Loideáin contacted her friend Norita one day two years ago and said she was taking her to the city for some retail therapy little did she realise that that trip to the shops would save her friend's life.
Could you be dehydrated? If you feel a headache coming, hydrate with a large glass of cooled (tepid) boiled water. Adding a little pinch of Himalayan pink crystal salt or a splash of coconut water to the glass can help replenish essential minerals. Caffeinated drinks like coffee, black tea, energy drinks and cola can be diuretic, causing the body to lose even more water so best to avoid these as much as possible.
NUI Galway has launched a unique dual Medicine-Engineering, or Physicianeer, programme. The new dual programme will allow students to pursue a specialised Engineering stream in their Undergraduate Medical degree programme, awarding the student with both a Medical and Biomedical Engineering degree (MB, BCh, BAO, BE) upon completion.