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Jackie Gorman wins prestigious ‘Science Communicator of the Year’ award

Athlone native, Jackie Gorman, has been announced as this year’s winner of the prestigious Science Foundation Ireland ‘Science Communicator of the Year’ award.

University of Galway announces 2022 honorary degree recipients

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Margaretta D’Arcy, Lelia Doolan, Dr Jerry Cowley, and Ronan Scully will receive honorary degrees at next week’s winter conferring ceremonies, University of Galway has announced.

Supermac’s charity fundraiser to benefit NBCRI

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Supermac’s is hosting its annual charity fundraiser on November 25 at the LoughRea Hotel & Spa and this year proceeds will be in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute (NBCRI). In Ireland, one in seven women will develop breast cancer during their lifetime. It is the second most common cancer in Irish women after skin cancer and the most common cancer in women over 50.

University of Galway to participate in major study on impact of climate change on environmental pathogens

University of Galway has teamed up with 12 institutes across 10 countries for a new €10m Horizon Europe project to examine the impact of climate change on health risks due to disease-causing microorganisms in coastal waters.

Zero-hours hospitality workers experience burnout, says academic

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A new study co-authored by a local academic has found that hospitality employees who perceive they are on a ‘zero-hour’ contract, where their hours are unspecified, are particularly vulnerable to burnout.

Students conferred during graduation ceremonies at TUS Athlone campus

Now is not the time for risk aversion – this is the overriding message from the President of TUS Professor Vincent Cunnane, as he told graduates of the Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) they have led the way in a new era of education, that TUS will continue to lead, and the system must follow.

TUS Athlone campus hosts informative renewable energy roadshow event

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A more adaptable planning process is required for the provision of renewable energy in Ireland, participants at the European Commission Representation in Ireland’s Roadshow on Energy and Rural Communities in TUS, Athlone, were informed on Monday night.

TUS to open ‘Learning Gates’ at number of Midlands region locations

The Technological University of the Shannon are opening a number of ‘TUS Learning Gates’ at locations throughout the Midlands region and beyond, ensuring higher education opportunities are available to those living and working in these locations.

Galway breathing expert’s book is gift of choice for Coldplay frontman

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A Galway based international breathing expert hit the headlines recently when one of his books was given as a gift to English cricketer Ollie Robinson by a British rock band member.

‘Not a question of whether we will emigrate, but when,’ says local student leader

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MORE THAN 200 students gathered at the ‘The Big Yellow Thing’ on the University of Galway campus last week to protest the overwhelming cost of living crisis currently pulsing through the country.

 

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