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Friday, 01 June 2018 - Saturday, 30 June 2018

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Event Time
12.00
Venue
AM214 Siobhán McKenna Theatre, Arts Millennium Building
Organiser
History
Event Time
12.00
Venue
AM214 Siobhán McKenna Theatre, Arts Millennium Building
Organiser
History

Information Session on Asylum Access to Education (under the Universities of Sanctuary banner)

Wednesday 13th June from 1 – 3pm in the Hardiman Building Seminar Room G011 and the title of the event is as follows:

Guest speakers:

Dr. Kathy Reilly, NUI Galway,

Jacqueline Phiri, Eglinton Direct Provision Centre,

Suzanne Mc Kane, Bridge Project

Spaces limited so email: sanctuarynuig@gmail.com to book a space
Event Time
13:00
Venue
THB-G011 Seminar Room, Hardiman Building, NUI Galway
Organiser
University of Sanctuary

Mindfulness in Public Policy to be explored at NUI Galway conference

Impact of Mindfulness in Health, Education and Justice Systems to be the subject of “Ireland’s Mindful Journey” Event on June 14th

The development and impact of policy relating to mindfulness will be explored at a conference in NUI Galway on June 14th.  The “Ireland’s Mindful Journey” event will explore how mindfulness is steadily making its way into our Health, Education and Justice systems from the ground up, and examine policy in these areas.  

Mindful Way @ NUI Galway was established in 2015, and the community has grown to approximately 800 staff, students and members of the local community who participate in shared practice and events across campuses in Galway, Shannon and Letterkenny.  Mindful activities relating to teaching, research and the practice of mindfulness are ongoing at the University, where mindful spaces are also being created.

Speaking about the forthcoming event, Professor Lokesh Joshi, Vice President for Research at NUI Galway said: “As mental health is becoming more of a priority issue for governments and policy makers, this conference will share experiences of mindfulness programmes nationally and internationally with a view to developing best practice and informing policy.

Event Time
09.30
Venue
Human Biology Building
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway

Tá siompóisiam lae á reáchtáil ag Leabharlann Shéamais Uí Argadáin ag Roinn na Gaeilge agus ag Conradh na Gaeilge ar 125 bliain den Athbheochan agus ar an gConradh féin. Is í seo príomhócáid na hollscoile mar chuid de Bhliain na Gaeilge 2018. Is é Uachtarán an hÉireann, Micheál D. Ó hUigínn, a thabharfaidh príomhaitheasc an lae.

Gach eolas anseo. Níl aon chostas ar an siompóisiam ach iarrtar ort clárú roimh 8 Meitheamh trí scríobh chuig cnag@oegaillimh.ie.

Event Time
09.30
Venue
Aula Maxima (downstairs), The Quadrangle, NUI Galway
Organiser
Roinn na Gaeilge

The Apprentice Programme, now in its 12th year, offers frequent mentoring sessions with ConTempo Quartet and performing opportunities to emerging, talented performing groups. This year, the ConTempo Quartet has been working with the Amoroso String Quartet and Cello and Piano duo, Davide Forti and Francesca De Nardi. On Sunday, the apprentice ensembles will showcase the results of their work with ConTempo over the course of the 9 month programme. Amoroso will perform Beethoven’s String Quartet in D Major Op 18. No. 3, while Davide and Francesca will present Prokofiev’s Sonata in C Major Op. 119 for cello and piano and Piazzolla’s Le Grand Tango.

 Refreshments will be provided. Supported by NUI Galway (Education Partner), The Arts Council, GMIT and Galway City and County Councils, admission to this event is free and open to all. For further information, visit www.thegalwaymusicresidency.ie.

Event Time
15:00
Venue
Emily Anderson Concert Hall (Upper Aula Maxima)
Organiser
Galway Music Residency

The Irish Centre for Human Rights is most pleased to announce that Judge Solomy Balungi Bossa of the International Criminal Court will deliver a public lecture during this year’s annual Summer School on the International Criminal Court which takes place at the National University of Ireland Galway from 18 - 22 June 2018.

 Judge Solomy Balungi Bossa from Uganda was elected as a judge of the International Criminal Court for a term of nine years commencing in March 2018. Prior to joining the International Criminal Court, Judge Bossa held positions as a Judge at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (2003-2013), the African Court of Human and Peoples' Rights (2014-2018) and the Court of Appeal of Uganda (2013-2018). 

 Judge Bossa will deliver a public lecture at 6pm on Monday 18 June 2018 in the Aula Maxima at NUI Galway. This public lecture is held in association with the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to mark the 20th anniversary of the adoption of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.

 

Event Time
18:00
Venue
Aula Maxima (downstairs), The Quadrangle, NUI Galway
Organiser
Irish Centre for Human Rights

 

Come along to our Adult Learning Information Evening on Wednesday 20th June from 5 - 7pm. 

  • Find out about the part-time, flexible courses on offer  
  • Chat to our staff and find the perfect course for you  
  • Free one-to-one career consultations (provided by the Career Development Centre). Available on a first come, first served basis.
  • New courses information (5:45pm)
    Earth & Ocean Sciences (Diploma)
    Politics & Society (Higher Diploma)
    Learning & Development (Diploma)

Book your place today!

 

 

Event Time
17:00
Venue
Orbsen Building foyer
Organiser
Centre for Adult Learning and Professional Development
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History
Two decades after Ireland's "Black '47" Finland suffered a famine that was described as "the last great famine in Western Europe." This exhibition describes the Finnish experience and invites comparisons with the Great Hunger. Curated by Dr. Andrew Newby of the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies, it is the product of years of research into the relatively unknown Finnish famine.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Foyer Hardiman Building
Organiser
History