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Researchers at NUI Galway have highlighted how different approaches to digital contact tracing during the Covid-19 pandemic were shaped by whether or not jurisdictions had prior recent experience of epidemics.
Female health professionals are being encouraged to apply for a women-only scholarship for NUI Galway’s MBA programme.
Some 42% of patients attending a dedicated diabetes clinic have signs of established chronic kidney disease, the first detailed research of its kind in Ireland has revealed.
Midlands-North-West MEP Maria Walsh says more must be done to encourage women to pursue STEM education and careers in order to address the gender imbalance in technical and other high level jobs in this sector.
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.
A policy roundtable on the views of older healthcare and financial sector workers on the proposed increases to the state pension age will take place on today Thursday, June 10.
There is a Greek saying that a society becomes great when people plant trees, the shade of which they will never sit under. There have been many such people in Galway, and my hope is that there will be many more. Indeed, our society needs a constant flow of people whose unselfish actions make better the place they live and work.
GMIT has secured circa €1.8 m from the Higher Education Authority to increase the number of apprenticeship courses at its Galway (Dublin Road) and Letterfrack campuses from September 2021.
GMIT’s Dr Seamus Dowling, lecturer in Cybersecurity at GMIT Mayo, has been awarded the Fulbright Ireland TechImpact Scholarship.
The second annual national remote work survey has found a massive 95 per cent of respondents favour working remotely into the future. Summary data of the survey, carried out by the Whitaker Institute at NUI Galway and the Western Development Commission, were published this week.