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TUS students conferred at inaugural graduation ceremony in Athlone

An historic occasion for education in the Midlands region, approximately 2,300 students graduated from Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest (TUS) last week at the university’s first ever conferring ceremonies, held in the Athlone International Sports Arena.

TodayMyWay website offers support to metastatic breast cancer patients

TodayMyWay.ie, an online resource devoted to supporting and educating patients with metastatic breast cancer, and their friends and families, has officially launched.

Fingers on the pulse for stroke awareness

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In recognition of World Stroke Day, Croí, the heart and stroke charity, will host a special free webinar on Thursday, October 28 from 7pm to 8pm using Zoom. Register now at www.croi.ie/webinar, or call Croí on (091) 544310.

Inaugural TUS conferring ceremony to take place in Athlone International Arena

A further education milestone awaits at TUS:Midlands Midwest when the recently unveiled university hosts its inaugural conferring ceremony of graduands in the surrounds of the Athlone International Arena next week.

Council to host civic reception for Professor Ciaran O’Cathain

A proposal to honour the former Athlone Institute of Technology President, Professor Ciaran O’Catháin, with a civic reception in reflection of his contribution to the evolution of the third level college to university status received unanimous support at the most recent sitting of Westmeath County Council.

NUI Galway unveils €5 million to tackle six of world’s most important issues

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NUI Galway has unveiled a €5 million investment under the University’s Global Challenges Programme - a targeted research initiative to tackle six of the world’s most pressing issues.

Race in Pink for Breast Cancer returns to Ballybrit

Race in Pink, one of the highlights of the Galway Races October Festival, is returning this year to Ballybrit.

GMIT Dept of Building and Civil Engineering offers new postgrad programmes

GMIT School of Engineering is offering two new postgraduate programmes for employees in the Built Environment sector who wish to upskill and receive a qualification in the broad areas of the Irish Building Regulations and Leadership in the Circular Economy.

NUI Galway appoints first Irish language officer

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NUI Galway has announced the appointment of the University’s first ever Irish Language Officer. Caroline Ní Fhlatharta, a native speaker from Connemara, takes up the role at the end of the month. She joined NUI Galway more than 16 years ago and has worked in various roles, including in Acadamh na hOllscolaíochta Gaeilge.

 

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