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Monday, 01 January 2018 - Monday, 31 December 2018

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Mulch your old Christmas tree and help raise much-needed funds for the Galway Hospice. Drop off your tree at the below times to a temporary facility beside the Alice Perry Engineering Building and donate what you can for the service:

  • January 6th - 20th, Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm and Saturdays 10am-6pm

Contact Tony Richardson (Buildings & Estates) for more details: 0872713201

Event Time
17:00
Venue
Beside Alice Perry Engineering Building
Organiser
Buildings & Estates

Mulch your old Christmas tree and help raise much-needed funds for the Galway Hospice. Drop off your tree at the below times to a temporary facility beside the Alice Perry Engineering Building and donate what you can for the service:

  • January 6th - 20th, Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm and Saturdays 10am-6pm

Contact Tony Richardson (Buildings & Estates) for more details: 0872713201

Event Time
17:00
Venue
Beside Alice Perry Engineering Building
Organiser
Buildings & Estates

Mulch your old Christmas tree and help raise much-needed funds for the Galway Hospice. Drop off your tree at the below times to a temporary facility beside the Alice Perry Engineering Building and donate what you can for the service:

  • January 6th - 20th, Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm and Saturdays 10am-6pm

Contact Tony Richardson (Buildings & Estates) for more details: 0872713201

Event Time
17:00
Venue
Beside Alice Perry Engineering Building
Organiser
Buildings & Estates

On 16 January 2018 from 5:00 to 7:30pm the Health Economics and Policy Analysis Centre (HEPAC) will host the West of Ireland premiere of UNREST, the international award-winning medical documentary about Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) by Jennifer Brea. Details of the event are set out below and you can watch a trailer at https://www.unrest.film/trailer/

UNREST is a global story about an international community of people living with a serious, life altering illness, suffering invisibly and left at the margins of medicine and science. Jennifer Brea is an active Harvard University student about to marry when she is struck down by a fever that leaves her bedridden. When doctors tell her “it’s all in her head”, she turns her camera on herself and her community as she looks for answers and fights for a cure. She discovers a hidden world of millions confined to their homes and bedrooms by ME, commonly known as chronic fatigue syndrome. From her bed, utilising Skype and social media, she speaks to patients, doctors and researchers. Jennifer Brea’s wonderfully honest portrayal asks us to rethink the stigma around an illness that affects millions of people around the world and around 12,000-14,000 people in Ireland, many of whom remain undiagnosed due to differing diagnostic criteria, lack of investment in research and lack of ME information in training for medical and health professionals. 

The event will take place in the Institute for Lifecourse and Society (ILAS) auditorium from 5:00 to 7:30pm, with the screening commencing at 5:30pm. The film will be preceded by a brief introduction and followed by a short Q&A session. Refreshments will be offered in the foyer before and after the screening. ME information and literature will also be available in the foyer and the venue is fully wheelchair accessible.

The event is open to the public and free of charge. To register for tickets please visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/unrest-screening-galway-tickets-40021170398?aff=es2 or search eventbrite.com for UNREST Galway.

For more information, please contact John Cullinan at john.cullinan@nuigalway.ie or on 091-493996.

Event Time
17:00
Venue
Institute for Lifecourse and Society
Organiser
ILAS

 

 You are invited to this event in the Library on 17th January, 1200-1300
 
Speakers will include
 
Conor Whelan, Young Hurler of the Year, 2017
Éamonn Ó Dochartaigh, Student Counselling, NUIG
Lorcán Ó Maoileannaigh, SU President, NUIG
 
Meet members of the winning Galway All Ireland Senior Hurling Team
Have your photo taken with the Liam McCarthy cup
Event Time
12.00
Venue
James Hardiman Library
Organiser
James Hardiman Library

Mulch your old Christmas tree and help raise much-needed funds for the Galway Hospice. Drop off your tree at the below times to a temporary facility beside the Alice Perry Engineering Building and donate what you can for the service:

  • January 6th - 20th, Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm and Saturdays 10am-6pm

Contact Tony Richardson (Buildings & Estates) for more details: 0872713201

Event Time
17:00
Venue
Beside Alice Perry Engineering Building
Organiser
Buildings & Estates

Mulch your old Christmas tree and help raise much-needed funds for the Galway Hospice. Drop off your tree at the below times to a temporary facility beside the Alice Perry Engineering Building and donate what you can for the service:

  • January 6th - 20th, Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm and Saturdays 10am-6pm

Contact Tony Richardson (Buildings & Estates) for more details: 0872713201

Event Time
17:00
Venue
Beside Alice Perry Engineering Building
Organiser
Buildings & Estates

Mulch your old Christmas tree and help raise much-needed funds for the Galway Hospice. Drop off your tree at the below times to a temporary facility beside the Alice Perry Engineering Building and donate what you can for the service:

  • January 6th - 20th, Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm and Saturdays 10am-6pm

Contact Tony Richardson (Buildings & Estates) for more details: 0872713201

Event Time
17:00
Venue
Beside Alice Perry Engineering Building
Organiser
Buildings & Estates

Mulch your old Christmas tree and help raise much-needed funds for the Galway Hospice. Drop off your tree at the below times to a temporary facility beside the Alice Perry Engineering Building and donate what you can for the service:

  • January 6th - 20th, Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm and Saturdays 10am-6pm

Contact Tony Richardson (Buildings & Estates) for more details: 0872713201

Event Time
17:00
Venue
Beside Alice Perry Engineering Building
Organiser
Buildings & Estates
Event Time
12.00
Venue
THB-G010 Moore Institute Seminar Room, Library Foyer
Organiser
Moore Institute
'Science & the Law: Learning from Wrongful Convictions', 
 
Wednesday 24 January 2018, 1-2pm, Seminar Room, Irish 
Centre for Human Rights 
 
By Dr. Brian Farrell, Lecturer in Law & Human Rights, 
University of Iowa College of Law and President of the  Innocence Project of Iowa.
 
Since the late 1980s, the use of DNA technology has led to the exoneration of over 350 of innocent individuals convicted of crimes they did not commit in the United States alone. Examination of these wrongful convictions reveals that science was often misapplied or ignored in the investigation and prosecution of crimes. At the same time, these exonerations have stimulated new natural science and social science research aimed at identifying these errors and improving the integrity of the criminal justice process. Dr. Brian Farrell will explain the phenomenon of wrongful convictions, describe common contributing factors, and share how evidence-based reform can improve the criminal justice system.
 
All welcome!
 

Event Time
13.00
Venue
Seminar Room, Irish Centre for Human Rights
Organiser
Irish Centre for Human Rights
Event Time
11.00
Venue
Off Campus, Galway, Galway City, Galway Technical Institute
Organiser
Access Centre

Engage ‘18 is a career & education event that focuses on you and will help you kick start your career in 2018!

Following its success in 2017, this unique event is back this year and brings together further and higher education providers with representatives from GMIT, GRETB and NUI Galway. If you answer yes to any of these questions, then this event is for you!

  • Are you unsure of what study options to take?
  • Are you interested in upskilling or changing careers?
  • Do you need some career advice?
  • Would you like to speak to someone employed in the career area you are interested in?
  • Are you currently unemployed and seeking work?

 By reviewing what you currently have by way of skills & interests, along with exploring learning pathways (study or work based), we can advise you of options that will help you achieve your goals.

Where: Connacht Hotel, Old Dublin Road, Galway.

When: Saturday 27 January, 2018 from 10.00 – 1.00pm

Find out more: www.engagegalway.com

Register today: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/engage-2018-tickets-41751489830

Event Time
10.00
Venue
Off Campus, Galway, Old Dublin Rd, Galway, The Connacht Hotel
Organiser
Centre for Adult Learning and Professional Development
Galway University Musical Society welcomes you in its 18th year to ....

THE PRODUCERS

Based on the 1968 laugh-out-loud classic cult comedy of the same name and adapted for stage by Mel Brooks "The Producers” has won a record twelve Tony awards since its debut in 2001. 

The Producers is a laugh-out-loud, outrageous, crowd-pleasing farce. Fading Broadway producer Max Bialystock is desperate to get to the top of his profession again, and he finds an unlikely ally in mousy accountant Leo Bloom, who hypothesizes that one could make far more money with a flop of a show than with a hit. Together, the two set out to produce the worst musical ever to hit Broadway. The plan? Raise two million dollars to finance the show, and when the show inevitably closes after just one performance, take the money and run!. With no shortage of showstopping musical numbers, and Brooks’ signature humor keeping audiences in stitches, The Producers is definitely far from a flop.

With an all-student cast and crew bringing a freshness to this timeless classic, GUMS' production of The Producers is a must-see! 

Tickets are available online at www.tht.ie, from the Town Hall Theatre and the Socs Box in NUI Galway NOW.
Tickets €15/ €12 for Students/Concession.
Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway City, Blackbox Theatre
Organiser
Societies Office
Galway University Musical Society welcomes you in its 18th year to ....

THE PRODUCERS

Based on the 1968 laugh-out-loud classic cult comedy of the same name and adapted for stage by Mel Brooks "The Producers” has won a record twelve Tony awards since its debut in 2001. 

The Producers is a laugh-out-loud, outrageous, crowd-pleasing farce. Fading Broadway producer Max Bialystock is desperate to get to the top of his profession again, and he finds an unlikely ally in mousy accountant Leo Bloom, who hypothesizes that one could make far more money with a flop of a show than with a hit. Together, the two set out to produce the worst musical ever to hit Broadway. The plan? Raise two million dollars to finance the show, and when the show inevitably closes after just one performance, take the money and run!. With no shortage of showstopping musical numbers, and Brooks’ signature humor keeping audiences in stitches, The Producers is definitely far from a flop.

With an all-student cast and crew bringing a freshness to this timeless classic, GUMS' production of The Producers is a must-see! 

Tickets are available online at www.tht.ie, from the Town Hall Theatre and the Socs Box in NUI Galway NOW.
Tickets €15/ €12 for Students/Concession.
Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway City, Blackbox Theatre
Organiser
Societies Office
Galway University Musical Society welcomes you in its 18th year to ....

THE PRODUCERS

Based on the 1968 laugh-out-loud classic cult comedy of the same name and adapted for stage by Mel Brooks "The Producers” has won a record twelve Tony awards since its debut in 2001. 

The Producers is a laugh-out-loud, outrageous, crowd-pleasing farce. Fading Broadway producer Max Bialystock is desperate to get to the top of his profession again, and he finds an unlikely ally in mousy accountant Leo Bloom, who hypothesizes that one could make far more money with a flop of a show than with a hit. Together, the two set out to produce the worst musical ever to hit Broadway. The plan? Raise two million dollars to finance the show, and when the show inevitably closes after just one performance, take the money and run!. With no shortage of showstopping musical numbers, and Brooks’ signature humor keeping audiences in stitches, The Producers is definitely far from a flop.

With an all-student cast and crew bringing a freshness to this timeless classic, GUMS' production of The Producers is a must-see! 

Tickets are available online at www.tht.ie, from the Town Hall Theatre and the Socs Box in NUI Galway NOW.
Tickets €15/ €12 for Students/Concession.
Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway City, Blackbox Theatre
Organiser
Societies Office
Galway University Musical Society welcomes you in its 18th year to ....

THE PRODUCERS

Based on the 1968 laugh-out-loud classic cult comedy of the same name and adapted for stage by Mel Brooks "The Producers” has won a record twelve Tony awards since its debut in 2001. 

The Producers is a laugh-out-loud, outrageous, crowd-pleasing farce. Fading Broadway producer Max Bialystock is desperate to get to the top of his profession again, and he finds an unlikely ally in mousy accountant Leo Bloom, who hypothesizes that one could make far more money with a flop of a show than with a hit. Together, the two set out to produce the worst musical ever to hit Broadway. The plan? Raise two million dollars to finance the show, and when the show inevitably closes after just one performance, take the money and run!. With no shortage of showstopping musical numbers, and Brooks’ signature humor keeping audiences in stitches, The Producers is definitely far from a flop.

With an all-student cast and crew bringing a freshness to this timeless classic, GUMS' production of The Producers is a must-see! 

Tickets are available online at www.tht.ie, from the Town Hall Theatre and the Socs Box in NUI Galway NOW.
Tickets €15/ €12 for Students/Concession.
Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway City, Blackbox Theatre
Organiser
Societies Office

Arts in Action in collaboration with Music for Galway and SAP present Alex Petcu.  An Irish musician of Romanian origin, Alex is quickly establishing himself both nationally and internationally as a percussionist of the finest calibre.  His recent appearances as a soloist with both RTE Orchestras and as the National Concert Hall Rising Star recitalist are some of his main highlights so far.

An active freelance musician, Alex performs with a wide variety of ensembles and in a range of settings.  He regularly performs with the Crash and Hard Rain ensembles, two of Ireland's main contemporary groups, and the various professional orchestras in Ireland.

His debut album, "Alext Petcu: In Time" has just been released on the RTÉ Lyric FM label.

Event Time
13:00
Venue
The Cube, Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Arts in Action

Arts in Action in collaboration with Music for Galway and SAP present Alex Petcu.  An Irish musician of Romanian origin, Alex is quickly establishing himself both nationally and internationally as a percussionist of the finest calibre.  His recent appearances as a soloist with both RTE Orchestras and as the National Concert Hall Rising Star recitalist are some of his main highlights so far.

An active freelance musician, Alex performs with a wide variety of ensembles and in a range of settings.  He regularly performs with the Crash and Hard Rain ensembles, two of Ireland's main contemporary groups, and the various professional orchestras in Ireland.

His debut album, "Alext Petcu: In Time" has just been released on the RTÉ Lyric FM label.

Event Time
13:00
Venue
The Cube, Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Arts in Action
Galway University Musical Society welcomes you in its 18th year to ....

THE PRODUCERS

Based on the 1968 laugh-out-loud classic cult comedy of the same name and adapted for stage by Mel Brooks "The Producers” has won a record twelve Tony awards since its debut in 2001. 

The Producers is a laugh-out-loud, outrageous, crowd-pleasing farce. Fading Broadway producer Max Bialystock is desperate to get to the top of his profession again, and he finds an unlikely ally in mousy accountant Leo Bloom, who hypothesizes that one could make far more money with a flop of a show than with a hit. Together, the two set out to produce the worst musical ever to hit Broadway. The plan? Raise two million dollars to finance the show, and when the show inevitably closes after just one performance, take the money and run!. With no shortage of showstopping musical numbers, and Brooks’ signature humor keeping audiences in stitches, The Producers is definitely far from a flop.

With an all-student cast and crew bringing a freshness to this timeless classic, GUMS' production of The Producers is a must-see! 

Tickets are available online at www.tht.ie, from the Town Hall Theatre and the Socs Box in NUI Galway NOW.
Tickets €15/ €12 for Students/Concession.
Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway City, Blackbox Theatre
Organiser
Societies Office
Galway University Musical Society welcomes you in its 18th year to ....

THE PRODUCERS

Based on the 1968 laugh-out-loud classic cult comedy of the same name and adapted for stage by Mel Brooks "The Producers” has won a record twelve Tony awards since its debut in 2001. 

The Producers is a laugh-out-loud, outrageous, crowd-pleasing farce. Fading Broadway producer Max Bialystock is desperate to get to the top of his profession again, and he finds an unlikely ally in mousy accountant Leo Bloom, who hypothesizes that one could make far more money with a flop of a show than with a hit. Together, the two set out to produce the worst musical ever to hit Broadway. The plan? Raise two million dollars to finance the show, and when the show inevitably closes after just one performance, take the money and run!. With no shortage of showstopping musical numbers, and Brooks’ signature humor keeping audiences in stitches, The Producers is definitely far from a flop.

With an all-student cast and crew bringing a freshness to this timeless classic, GUMS' production of The Producers is a must-see! 

Tickets are available online at www.tht.ie, from the Town Hall Theatre and the Socs Box in NUI Galway NOW.
Tickets €15/ €12 for Students/Concession.
Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway City, Blackbox Theatre
Organiser
Societies Office

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project
Galway University Musical Society welcomes you in its 18th year to ....

THE PRODUCERS

Based on the 1968 laugh-out-loud classic cult comedy of the same name and adapted for stage by Mel Brooks "The Producers” has won a record twelve Tony awards since its debut in 2001. 

The Producers is a laugh-out-loud, outrageous, crowd-pleasing farce. Fading Broadway producer Max Bialystock is desperate to get to the top of his profession again, and he finds an unlikely ally in mousy accountant Leo Bloom, who hypothesizes that one could make far more money with a flop of a show than with a hit. Together, the two set out to produce the worst musical ever to hit Broadway. The plan? Raise two million dollars to finance the show, and when the show inevitably closes after just one performance, take the money and run!. With no shortage of showstopping musical numbers, and Brooks’ signature humor keeping audiences in stitches, The Producers is definitely far from a flop.

With an all-student cast and crew bringing a freshness to this timeless classic, GUMS' production of The Producers is a must-see! 

Tickets are available online at www.tht.ie, from the Town Hall Theatre and the Socs Box in NUI Galway NOW.
Tickets €15/ €12 for Students/Concession.
Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway City, Blackbox Theatre
Organiser
Societies Office

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project Team support Plastic Free Galway City - an awareness campaign taking place in Galway City from Feb 4th to Feb 11th to reduce single use plastic waste items generated in Galway City

As part of the campaign, NUI Galway President Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh and NUI Galway Students’ Union President Lorcán O’Maoileannaigh will join other well-known faces from around Galway to live plastic free for a week and write about their experiences.

 Look out for coffee at a reduced price in participating catering outlets on campus for those that present a re-usable mug and ceramic plates and mugs to replace disposable cups and plastic containers for customers that dine in. 

Event Time
09:00
Venue
Multiple venues
Organiser
CUSP

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

MUSIC FOR GALWAY presents

Piano Gourmand

Sunday 4th February

Emily Anderson Concert Hall, NUI Galway, 3.00pm & 4.30pm

Nathalia Milstein piano (3.00pm)

Winner of Dublin International Piano Competition 2015

SAM PERKIN Dandling World Premiere MFG Commission

DEBUSSY Estampes

SCHUMANN Fantasie in C major

Tea/Coffee and Sweets Interlude

Juan Pérez Floristán piano (4.30pm)

Winner of Paloma O’Shea Santander International Piano Competition 2015

BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 23 in F minor, Op. 57 ‘Appassionata’

MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition

Tickets: €20/€18  Students (full time): €6 MFG

Tickets to both concerts: €30/€27/ Students (full time): €10

From online: www.musicforgalway.ie  phone: 091 705962 in person: O’Maille’s Original House of Style, Shop Street, Galway

Event Time
15.00
Venue
Emily Anderson Concert Hall (Upper Aula Maxima)
Organiser
Music for Galway

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project Team support Plastic Free Galway City - an awareness campaign taking place in Galway City from Feb 4th to Feb 11th to reduce single use plastic waste items generated in Galway City

As part of the campaign, NUI Galway President Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh and NUI Galway Students’ Union President Lorcán O’Maoileannaigh will join other well-known faces from around Galway to live plastic free for a week and write about their experiences.

 Look out for coffee at a reduced price in participating catering outlets on campus for those that present a re-usable mug and ceramic plates and mugs to replace disposable cups and plastic containers for customers that dine in. 

Event Time
09:00
Venue
Multiple venues
Organiser
CUSP

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

MUSIC FOR GALWAY presents

Piano Gourmand

Sunday 4th February

Emily Anderson Concert Hall, NUI Galway, 3.00pm & 4.30pm

Nathalia Milstein piano (3.00pm)

Winner of Dublin International Piano Competition 2015

SAM PERKIN Dandling World Premiere MFG Commission

DEBUSSY Estampes

SCHUMANN Fantasie in C major

Tea/Coffee and Sweets Interlude

Juan Pérez Floristán piano (4.30pm)

Winner of Paloma O’Shea Santander International Piano Competition 2015

BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 23 in F minor, Op. 57 ‘Appassionata’

MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition

Tickets: €20/€18  Students (full time): €6 MFG

Tickets to both concerts: €30/€27/ Students (full time): €10

From online: www.musicforgalway.ie  phone: 091 705962 in person: O’Maille’s Original House of Style, Shop Street, Galway

Event Time
15.00
Venue
Emily Anderson Concert Hall (Upper Aula Maxima)
Organiser
Music for Galway
Event Time
16.00
Venue
The Bridge Room 1001, First Floor Hardiman Research Building (main library), NUIG
Organiser
Irish Centre for Human Rights

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project Team support Plastic Free Galway City - an awareness campaign taking place in Galway City from Feb 4th to Feb 11th to reduce single use plastic waste items generated in Galway City

As part of the campaign, NUI Galway President Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh and NUI Galway Students’ Union President Lorcán O’Maoileannaigh will join other well-known faces from around Galway to live plastic free for a week and write about their experiences.

 Look out for coffee at a reduced price in participating catering outlets on campus for those that present a re-usable mug and ceramic plates and mugs to replace disposable cups and plastic containers for customers that dine in. 

Event Time
09:00
Venue
Multiple venues
Organiser
CUSP

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

MUSIC FOR GALWAY presents

Piano Gourmand

Sunday 4th February

Emily Anderson Concert Hall, NUI Galway, 3.00pm & 4.30pm

Nathalia Milstein piano (3.00pm)

Winner of Dublin International Piano Competition 2015

SAM PERKIN Dandling World Premiere MFG Commission

DEBUSSY Estampes

SCHUMANN Fantasie in C major

Tea/Coffee and Sweets Interlude

Juan Pérez Floristán piano (4.30pm)

Winner of Paloma O’Shea Santander International Piano Competition 2015

BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 23 in F minor, Op. 57 ‘Appassionata’

MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition

Tickets: €20/€18  Students (full time): €6 MFG

Tickets to both concerts: €30/€27/ Students (full time): €10

From online: www.musicforgalway.ie  phone: 091 705962 in person: O’Maille’s Original House of Style, Shop Street, Galway

Event Time
15.00
Venue
Emily Anderson Concert Hall (Upper Aula Maxima)
Organiser
Music for Galway

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project Team support Plastic Free Galway City - an awareness campaign taking place in Galway City from Feb 4th to Feb 11th to reduce single use plastic waste items generated in Galway City

As part of the campaign, NUI Galway President Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh and NUI Galway Students’ Union President Lorcán O’Maoileannaigh will join other well-known faces from around Galway to live plastic free for a week and write about their experiences.

 Look out for coffee at a reduced price in participating catering outlets on campus for those that present a re-usable mug and ceramic plates and mugs to replace disposable cups and plastic containers for customers that dine in. 

Event Time
09:00
Venue
Multiple venues
Organiser
CUSP

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project
Event Time
13.10
Venue
AC201 on the concourse
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway

MUSIC FOR GALWAY presents

Piano Gourmand

Sunday 4th February

Emily Anderson Concert Hall, NUI Galway, 3.00pm & 4.30pm

Nathalia Milstein piano (3.00pm)

Winner of Dublin International Piano Competition 2015

SAM PERKIN Dandling World Premiere MFG Commission

DEBUSSY Estampes

SCHUMANN Fantasie in C major

Tea/Coffee and Sweets Interlude

Juan Pérez Floristán piano (4.30pm)

Winner of Paloma O’Shea Santander International Piano Competition 2015

BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 23 in F minor, Op. 57 ‘Appassionata’

MUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition

Tickets: €20/€18  Students (full time): €6 MFG

Tickets to both concerts: €30/€27/ Students (full time): €10

From online: www.musicforgalway.ie  phone: 091 705962 in person: O’Maille’s Original House of Style, Shop Street, Galway

Event Time
15.00
Venue
Emily Anderson Concert Hall (Upper Aula Maxima)
Organiser
Music for Galway

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project Team support Plastic Free Galway City - an awareness campaign taking place in Galway City from Feb 4th to Feb 11th to reduce single use plastic waste items generated in Galway City

As part of the campaign, NUI Galway President Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh and NUI Galway Students’ Union President Lorcán O’Maoileannaigh will join other well-known faces from around Galway to live plastic free for a week and write about their experiences.

 Look out for coffee at a reduced price in participating catering outlets on campus for those that present a re-usable mug and ceramic plates and mugs to replace disposable cups and plastic containers for customers that dine in. 

Event Time
09:00
Venue
Multiple venues
Organiser
CUSP

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project
Event Time
13.10
Venue
AC201 on the concourse
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway
Event Time
20:00
Venue
Room MRA201 (MRI Theatre), Martin Ryan Annex, NUIG
Organiser
Irish Centre for Human Rights

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project Team support Plastic Free Galway City - an awareness campaign taking place in Galway City from Feb 4th to Feb 11th to reduce single use plastic waste items generated in Galway City

As part of the campaign, NUI Galway President Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh and NUI Galway Students’ Union President Lorcán O’Maoileannaigh will join other well-known faces from around Galway to live plastic free for a week and write about their experiences.

 Look out for coffee at a reduced price in participating catering outlets on campus for those that present a re-usable mug and ceramic plates and mugs to replace disposable cups and plastic containers for customers that dine in. 

Event Time
09:00
Venue
Multiple venues
Organiser
CUSP

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project
Event Time
13.10
Venue
AC201 on the concourse
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project Team support Plastic Free Galway City - an awareness campaign taking place in Galway City from Feb 4th to Feb 11th to reduce single use plastic waste items generated in Galway City

As part of the campaign, NUI Galway President Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh and NUI Galway Students’ Union President Lorcán O’Maoileannaigh will join other well-known faces from around Galway to live plastic free for a week and write about their experiences.

 Look out for coffee at a reduced price in participating catering outlets on campus for those that present a re-usable mug and ceramic plates and mugs to replace disposable cups and plastic containers for customers that dine in. 

Event Time
09:00
Venue
Multiple venues
Organiser
CUSP

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project Team support Plastic Free Galway City - an awareness campaign taking place in Galway City from Feb 4th to Feb 11th to reduce single use plastic waste items generated in Galway City

As part of the campaign, NUI Galway President Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh and NUI Galway Students’ Union President Lorcán O’Maoileannaigh will join other well-known faces from around Galway to live plastic free for a week and write about their experiences.

 Look out for coffee at a reduced price in participating catering outlets on campus for those that present a re-usable mug and ceramic plates and mugs to replace disposable cups and plastic containers for customers that dine in. 

Event Time
09:00
Venue
Multiple venues
Organiser
CUSP

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

Prayer and Distribution of Ashes in the Chapel of St. Columbanus:-

 8am Mass with Distribution of Ashes

11.15am Prayer Service with Distribution of Ashes

1.10pm Mass with Distribution of Ashes

Event Time
08.00
Venue
Chapel of St. Columbanus
Organiser
Chaplaincy

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 

 

A native of New Zealand, Mark Duley came to Ireland in 1992 and has held several major posts in the country, including organist and director of music at Christ Church Cathedral Dublin, chorus master to the RTÉ Philharmonic Choir and artistic director of the Irish Baroque Orchestra. Aside from a busy freelance career, Mark holds the posts of Pipeworks artistic director, organist of the Collegiate Church of St Nicholas, Galway, founder-director of St Nicholas Schola Cantorum, and artistic director of Resurgam.

 In this concert, Collegium together with the NUI Galway choral scholars present a short retrospective of the western sacred choral canon including music appropriate to the day.

 Ramin Haghjoo is an organist and pianist originally from California with a B.M. in Piano as well as an M.A. and Ph.D. in Music Theory from the University of California. After working as a music director and performer in the San Francisco Bay Area, he moved to Galway in 2012. He now teaches music and conducts the orchestra at Maoin Cheoil na Gaillimhe, works as organist/music director at the Augustinian Church, gives music workshops at NUI Galway and performs and conducts in the city and abroad.

 

Event Time
13.00
Venue
Aula Maxima
Organiser
Arts in Action

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

MUSIC FOR GALWAY presents

Emily Anderson Annual Memorial Concerts

Thursday 15th February

 Emily Anderson Concert Hall, NUI Galway, 8.00pm

 CLARA ISABELLA SIEGLE, piano

MUSICI IRELAND:

Ioana Petcu Colan & Jane Hackett, violins

Beth McNinch & David Kenny, violas

William Butt, cello

 MOZART Piano Sonata in D major, K. 311

MOZART String Quintet in C major,  K. 515

MOZART String Quintet in G minor, K. 516

 Tickets: €20/€18  Students (full time): €6 MFG Friends: €16

 Booking online: www.musicforgalway.ie  phone: 091 705962 in person: O’Maille’s Original House of Style, Shop Street, Galway

Event Time
20:00
Venue
Emily Anderson Concert Hall (Upper Aula Maxima)
Organiser
Music for Galway

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

You are invited to attend a special concert entitled ‘Remembering Robert Gregory’ in NUI Galway on Saturday, 17 February at 8pm.

The event will mark the 100th anniversary of Gregory’s death, and will recall his life through song, music, art and poetry.

 Robert Gregory was a celebrated artist and apilot in the Royal Flying Corps. The son of Lady Augusta Gregory, he was the inspiration for a number of WB Yeats’ poems, including ‘An Irish Airman Foresees his Death’.

Performers on the night include Cois Cladaigh, the NUI Galway Alumni Choir and ConTempo Quartet, Galway’s Ensemble in Residence.

Entry is free and no booking is required.

The concert will take place in the Emily Anderson Concert Hall, in the Quadrangle, NUI Galway.

Please note that there is no step-free access to this venue.

Event Time
20:00
Venue
Emily Anderson Concert Hall (Upper Aula Maxima)
Organiser
NUI Galway Alumni Choir

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

Preview of Looking West, the first exhibition of artworks from the NUI Galway art collection to travel overseas. View the nine pictures in our newly refurbished art gallery before they depart on temporary loan to the Irish Embassy in Paris.

An Rúnaí Gearóid Ó Conluain will open the exhibition on Wednesday 21 February at 12 noon. Special guest: Honorary Consul Catherine Gagneux. All welcome!

Exhibition runs 21 - 24 February, 12 noon - 4pm

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Art Gallery / An Dánlann, The Quadrangle
Organiser
Arts Office
Mindful Shared Practice
Event Time
13.10
Venue
AC201 on the concourse
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

Preview of Looking West, the first exhibition of artworks from the NUI Galway art collection to travel overseas. View the nine pictures in our newly refurbished art gallery before they depart on temporary loan to the Irish Embassy in Paris.

An Rúnaí Gearóid Ó Conluain will open the exhibition on Wednesday 21 February at 12 noon. Special guest: Honorary Consul Catherine Gagneux. All welcome!

Exhibition runs 21 - 24 February, 12 noon - 4pm

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Art Gallery / An Dánlann, The Quadrangle
Organiser
Arts Office

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

Preview of Looking West, the first exhibition of artworks from the NUI Galway art collection to travel overseas. View the nine pictures in our newly refurbished art gallery before they depart on temporary loan to the Irish Embassy in Paris.

An Rúnaí Gearóid Ó Conluain will open the exhibition on Wednesday 21 February at 12 noon. Special guest: Honorary Consul Catherine Gagneux. All welcome!

Exhibition runs 21 - 24 February, 12 noon - 4pm

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Art Gallery / An Dánlann, The Quadrangle
Organiser
Arts Office

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

Preview of Looking West, the first exhibition of artworks from the NUI Galway art collection to travel overseas. View the nine pictures in our newly refurbished art gallery before they depart on temporary loan to the Irish Embassy in Paris.

An Rúnaí Gearóid Ó Conluain will open the exhibition on Wednesday 21 February at 12 noon. Special guest: Honorary Consul Catherine Gagneux. All welcome!

Exhibition runs 21 - 24 February, 12 noon - 4pm

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Art Gallery / An Dánlann, The Quadrangle
Organiser
Arts Office

Join us for the 'Engineering Our Future: Family Fun Day' on Saturday, 24 February 2018, in Alice Perry Engineering building at NUI Galway, where we celebrate Engineering as part of the Engineers Week 2018! This Family Fun Day will provide plenty of science and engineering shows, movie screening, workshops and hands-on activities that will inspire young (and older!!) people and help them learn about the world around us!

More details about the event and bookings can be accesses at www.nuigalway.ie/engineersweek  

For any queries contact:
Jamie Goggins (jamie.goggins@nuigalway.ie) or 
Magdalena Hajdukiewicz (magdalena.hajdukiewicz@nuigalway.ie)

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Alice Perry Engineering Building
Organiser
College of Engineering and Informatics

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

“From the local to the global: possibilities and challenges for addressing racial discrimination through the International Convention for the Elimination of all forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD)”

by

 Anastasia Crickley, Outgoing Chairperson of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD)

Bio

Anastasia Crickley is the first Irish person to chair a UN human rights treaty body, and during her time as Chair of the CERD committee, has played a leading role in combatting racism and xenophobia at a global level, highlighting the situation of the Rohingya community in Myanmar, and the urgency of a rights based approach to the Global Compact on Migration. In Ireland, she was a founder member of the Migrants Rights Centre Ireland and of the National Traveller Women’s Forum, chairperson of Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre and of Community Work Ireland. Former Head of Department of Applied Social Studies at Maynooth University, Ms Crickley has previously served as Chairperson of the European Union Monitoring Centre on Racism (EUMC) and of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency.

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Seminar Room Irish Centre for Human Rights
Organiser
Irish Centre for Human Rights

“The Law and 'The Troubles': How Breaching Human Rights Prolonged the Conflict in Northern Ireland”

                                                By Anne Cadwallader and Margaret Urwin

Margaret Urwin (née Kelly) has worked with Justice for the Forgotten, the organisation representing the families and survivors of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings, since 1993 and, for more than a decade, with the families of other cross-Border bombings. Justice for the Forgotten merged with the Pat Finucane Centre in December 2010. A native of Ballymitty, County Wexford, Margaret is a graduate of the Open University and NUI Maynooth – MA (Hons) Local History, 2001. Her publications include: A County Wexford Family in the Land War: The O’Hanlon Walshs of Knocktartan, (2001), Four Courts Press; ‘The Effects of the Great Famine (1845-9) in the County Wexford Parish of Bannow/Ballymitty’ in The Journal of the Wexford Historical Society, 1996.

 London-born Anne Cadwallader first came to work in Ireland as a journalist in late 1981. After seven years working as a BBC reporter and correspondent in Belfast and Dublin, she became a producer for Radio Telefís Eireann.  She also worked as Northern Editor and Political Reporter for The Irish Press before going freelance and working for Reuters and other British, Irish and international media organisations before leaving journalism to work with The Pat Finucane Centre in 2009. She is the author of: “Holy Cross: The Untold Story” (Brehon Press 2004) and “Lethal Allies: British Collusion in Ireland” (Mercier Press 2013) which is currently being reprinted and turned into a feature film documentary: "Unquiet Graves".

 

Event Time
14.30
Venue
Seminar Room Irish Centre for Human Rights
Organiser
Irish Centre for Human Rights

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

Lunchtime Seminar Series: 

 Mixed-Race Irish in the Mother and Baby Homes in 20th Century Ireland; using ICERD and ‘Clann’ to help establish the truth of what happened

 Thursday 1st March 2018, 1-2pm, Seminar Room,

 Irish Centre for Human Rights, NUI, Galway

 Dr David Keane, Associate Professor of Law, Middlesex University

Conrad Bryan, AMRI (Association of Mixed Race Irish)

Susan Lohan, co-founder of ARA (Adoption Rights Alliance) and ‘Clann’ 

Event Time
13:00
Venue
Human Rights Centre
Organiser
Irish Centre for Human Rights

Health & Lifestyle event

Event Time
13.10
Venue
AC201 on the concourse
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

The University's premiere choral ensemble, part of St Nicholas Schola Cantorum, sings this beautiful ancient service in a candlelit church. The music ranges from medieval plainsong to compositions from our own time.

Thursdays 1st and 8th March, at 8pm.

All are very welcome. The perfect way to end the day - a nightcap for the soul!

Event Time
20:00
Venue
Galway City, St Nicholas Collegiate Church
Organiser
College of Arts and Humanities

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

 Sustainability

The NUI Galway Community and University Sustainability Project (CUSP) will host the Mayor of Galway Mayor Pearce Flannery on campus to support 'Plastic Free Galway City' an initiative aimed at reducing single use plastic waste items in Galway city.  Find out more here.  

 

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Quadrangle
Organiser
Community and University Sustainability Project

Dr Clare Apothecary - Allergy and Hayfever Talk with Dr Dilis Clare.

Free Event.

Tickets must be booked via eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/allergies-dr-clare-talks-herbs-and-cures-tickets-43089725529.

Event Time
18:30
Venue
Room 1030, Clinical Sciences Institute
Organiser
Clinical Science Institute

Tibetan monk, Thubten Gelong, will lead three mindulness sessions, and all three are open to all staff, students and members of the public…. yes ALL are welcome!

Venue:            Aula Maxima (Lower) in the Quadrangle at NUI Galway

Times:             8.10am to 8.50am

                          1.10pm to 1.50pm

                       5. 10pm to 5.50pm

Event Time
08.10
Venue
Aula Maxima (downstairs), The Quadrangle, NUI Galway
Organiser
Mindful Way

EXHIBIT LAUNCH of 'Ag siúl sa Nádúr' / 'Walking in Nature' by Arja.  Wed March 7 at 12pm.  Refreshments served and all are most welcome.  Chair lift available in the art gallery.

New paintings and mixed media by Arja from north Karelia in Finland and Inverin, Co. Galway.  March 5th - 16th, 12-4pm closed Sundays.  

Event Time
12.00
Venue
Art Gallery / An Dánlann, The Quadrangle
Organiser
Arts Office

Coinciding with the opening of an exhibition to be held in the Hardiman Research Building from March to July 2018 to mark the thirtieth anniversary of the death of distinguished poet, Mairtín Ó Díreáin, composer and traditional musician Johnny Óg Connolly will present work from his song cycle based on the writings of Ó Díreáin, with special guest musicians.

 Born in Sruthán, Inis Mór, in 1910, Ó Direáin is considered one of the foremost Irish-language modernist poets of the twentieth century. While much of Ó Direáin’s poetry is concerned with the poet’s profound attachment to his native place and the sense of alienation provoked by city life in Dublin, this exhibition reconsiders Ó Direáin’s ties to Galway city.

 Ó Direáin’s literary imagination was first sparked by his contact with leading Galway-based intellectuals who he came into contact with when living in the city from 1928-1937. He was involved in the founding of the An Taibhdhearc theatre, and played a leading role in the Galway branch of Conradh na Gaeilge.

Event Time
13:00
Venue
The Cube, Áras na Mac Léinn
Organiser
Arts in Action

Anoir is Aniar. Ceolchoirm speisialta le Lillis Ó Laoire (amhráin) agus Matthew Noone (saróid) ag 6.00p.m. Déardaoin 8 Márta. Club Árus nan Gael, Sráid Doiminic.

 Anoir is Aniar. Special concert with Lillis Ó Laoire (songs) and Matthew Noone (sarode) at 6.00p.m. Thursday 8 March. Club Árus nan Gael, Dominick Street.

Event Time
18.00
Venue
Galway, Dominick st, Áras na nGael
Organiser
Roinn na Gaeilge

The University's premiere choral ensemble, part of St Nicholas Schola Cantorum, sings this beautiful ancient service in a candlelit church. The music ranges from medieval plainsong to compositions from our own time.

Thursday 8th March, at 8pm.

All are very welcome. The perfect way to end the day - a nightcap for the soul!

Event Time
20:00
Venue
Galway City, St Nicholas Collegiate Church
Organiser
College of Arts and Humanities

'An Charraig Stoite': Clár faisnéise ar shaol an Direánaigh le Mac Dara Ó Curraidhín. I gcomhpháirt leis An Taibhdhearc. Dé Domhnaigh, 11 Márta, sa Taibhdhearc ag 7pm.

 'An Charraig Stoite': a screening of Mac Dara Ó Curraidhín's documentary on Ó Direáin's life. In collaboration with An Taibhdhearc. Sunday 11 March, An Taibhdhearc at 7pm.

Event Time
19.00
Venue
Galway, Middle St, An Taibhdhearc
Organiser
An Taibhdhearc

The 'My Amazing Brain' exhibit will consist of interactive displays where visitors will learn about the brain in a hands-on way.  There will be stations exploring hand-eye coordination through mirror writing, colour perception, optical illusions, brain waves using EEG, brain cell histology using microscopy and much more.

 There will also be lots of general information about the brain and brain disorders, via a series of large information posters prepared by the staff and postgraduate students of NUI Galway Neuroscience Centre. 

Event Time
16:00
Venue
Aula Maxima downstairs, The Quadrangle
Organiser
Galway Neuroscience Centre

Time:          1pm                 

Venue:        The Boardroom (2015), ILAS, NUI Galway

Presenter:   Dr Austin Warters, PhD,
                     Manager of Older Persons Services,
                     Ballymun Healthcare Facility, Dublin

 Title:           Supporting ageing in place – complexities, opportunities and research directions.

Insights from an over 80’s cohort.

Event Time
13:00
Venue
The Boardroom, Room 2015, Institute for Lifecourse & Society
Organiser
Centre for Economic & Social Research on Dementia

The 'My Amazing Brain' exhibit will consist of interactive displays where visitors will learn about the brain in a hands-on way.  There will be stations exploring hand-eye coordination through mirror writing, colour perception, optical illusions, brain waves using EEG, brain cell histology using microscopy and much more.

 There will also be lots of general information about the brain and brain disorders, via a series of large information posters prepared by the staff and postgraduate students of NUI Galway Neuroscience Centre. 

Event Time
16:00
Venue
Aula Maxima downstairs, The Quadrangle
Organiser
Galway Neuroscience Centre

The German Drama Group at NUI Galway stages a play in the German language every year.

This year there will be a performance of Arthur Schnitzler’s Der grüne Kakadu directed by Gabriele Behrens (please see poster attached).

This performance will be dedicated to the memory of Eoin Burke, Professor Emeritus of German at NUI Galway. It is was one of Eoin’s many merits that he introduced the annual play  and made it a highlight in the life of the Department. 

Opening night: Tuesday, 13 March at 7 p.m., Bank of Ireland Theatre (next to the College Bar).

 The evening  will begin with some reflections on Eoin’s  time at NUI Galway.

 Performances on 14 and 15 March will begin at 8 pm.

 All are welcome. Admission free.

Event Time
19.00
Venue
Bank of Ireland Theatre
Organiser
German

Health & Lifestyle

Event Time
13.10
Venue
AC201 on the concourse
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway

The German Drama Group at NUI Galway stages a play in the German language every year.

This year there will be a performance of Arthur Schnitzler’s Der grüne Kakadu directed by Gabriele Behrens (please see poster attached).

This performance will be dedicated to the memory of Eoin Burke, Professor Emeritus of German at NUI Galway. It is was one of Eoin’s many merits that he introduced the annual play  and made it a highlight in the life of the Department. 

Opening night: Tuesday, 13 March at 7 p.m., Bank of Ireland Theatre (next to the College Bar).

 The evening  will begin with some reflections on Eoin’s  time at NUI Galway.

 Performances on 14 and 15 March will begin at 8 pm.

 All are welcome. Admission free.

Event Time
19.00
Venue
Bank of Ireland Theatre
Organiser
German

Speakers include:

  • Prof.Eamon O’ Shea: Director of the Centre for Economic and Social Research on Dementia (CESRD), NUIG
  • Dr.Adam Santorelli: Post-doctoral Researcher, Translational Medical Device Laboratory, NUIG
  • Ms. Edel Murphy: Programme Manager, PPI Ignite, NUIG
  • Dr.EilísDowd: Lecturer, Department of Pharmacology, NUIG
  • Dr.RónánO’Caoimh: Consultant Geriatrician, Galway University Hospital
  • Ms. Maureen Mannion: Galway Dementia Adviser, Alzheimer Society of Ireland

The Alzheimer Society of Ireland’s Mobile Information Service will also be located on campus for the day to provide information and advice to the public about dementia and the services available in Co. Galway

Event Time
11.00
Venue
Aula Maxima
Organiser
Centre for Economic & Social Research on Dementia

The German Drama Group at NUI Galway stages a play in the German language every year.

This year there will be a performance of Arthur Schnitzler’s Der grüne Kakadu directed by Gabriele Behrens (please see poster attached).

This performance will be dedicated to the memory of Eoin Burke, Professor Emeritus of German at NUI Galway. It is was one of Eoin’s many merits that he introduced the annual play  and made it a highlight in the life of the Department. 

Opening night: Tuesday, 13 March at 7 p.m., Bank of Ireland Theatre (next to the College Bar).

 The evening  will begin with some reflections on Eoin’s  time at NUI Galway.

 Performances on 14 and 15 March will begin at 8 pm.

 All are welcome. Admission free.

Event Time
19.00
Venue
Bank of Ireland Theatre
Organiser
German

Singing Men of Arkansas

Perform together with:

NUI Galway Staff Choir &

Moycullen Musical Society Singers

Event Time
19.00
Venue
Emily Anderson Concert Hall (Upper Aula Maxima)
Organiser
Choral Concert
CompSoc are running their monthly Camara Drop-off Point in 18 Distillery Road starting next Wednesday 21st March 2017 from 10am to 1pm. They are also looking for volunteers to help out for an hour between 10am and 1pm. All computers, laptops, monitors, servers and keyboard donations are welcome. They are then sent to Dublin to be wiped to military standards before being sent to schools in Africa. We are unable to accept printers, CRT monitors, switches or projectors.
Event Time
13:00
Venue
18 Distillery Rd
Organiser
CompSoc

Please join us on the third Wednesday of every month for:

 ·         Cuppa, biscuits and chat

 ·         Information on breastfeeding

 ·         Mother-to-mother support

 All mothers, babies and toddlers, expectant women, grandmothers, and female supporters are most welcome.

 Please feel free to drop in when suits or come for the whole time.

 Ms Anne Fallon (School of Nursing & Midwifery) and Dr Rachel Hilliard (University Women’s Network), with the help of La Leche League and other colleagues, are facilitating a monthly, on-campus support group to provide peer-to-peer support for breastfeeding mothers. Please contact Anne (anne.fallon@nuigalway.ie) for further information.

 AS203 River Room: Turn left at the Bank of Ireland branch at the concourse. Cross the glass walkway. AS203 is straight ahead at the end of the short corridor.

Event Time
12.00
Venue
AS203 River Room
Organiser
University Womens Network
Join us for tea, coffee and cakes and raise money for Cancer Care West & the Irish Cancer Society
Event Time
09:00
Venue
Biomedical Sciences
Organiser
Apoptosis Research Centre

Notes/Notaí Music and Ireland Research Symposium.  Respondent:  Prof. Mel Mercier, Chair of Performing Arts, UL.

Everyone welcome to attend.  Further details https://www.facebook.com/NUIGalwayCentreforIrishStudies/

Event Time
11.00
Venue
THB-G010 Moore Institute Seminar Room
Organiser
Centre Irish Studies
'Conversations with dark energy & other abstract matters' (part 2) by Vincent Godfrey-Glynn will run from 12-4pm (excluding Sundays) until April 7.  New drawings and sculpture.  There is now a chair lift in operation in the recently refurbished art gallery.
Event Time
18.00
Venue
Art Gallery / An Dánlann, The Quadrangle
Organiser
Arts Office
Health and lifestyle
Event Time
13.10
Venue
AC201 on the concourse
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway
Public lecture series
Event Time
17:30
Venue
G010, Moore Institute, Hardiman Research Building
Organiser
College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Celtic Studies


Event Time
13.10
Venue
AC201 on the concourse
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway

Book Here

Archives and Public History: Witnessing the Past
Public history and the awareness of shared pasts is becoming ever more prevalent. Recent and ongoing commemorations have brought history and its reassessment into public daily discourse. Current politics and society are being shaped by integration of increasingly open and diverse pasts – from archives of manuscripts and print sources to statues, monuments and oral histories. This seminar looks at how we encounter the past of everyday life through current contemporary experience, and reflect on how we interpret the marginalised histories we meet anew through our archives, libraries, museums and public spaces.
All are welcome to this public seminar.
Event Time
13.30
Venue
G011, Hardiman Building (Foyer, James Hardiman Library)
Organiser
James Hardiman Library

Project Ireland 2040 Briefing / Seisiún eolais maidir le Tionscadal Éireann 2040

Professor Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, President of NUI Galway, invites you to join him for a briefing by An Taoiseach on Project Ireland 2040 at NUI Galway on Thursday, 12 April, 2018.

Following the recent announcement of Project Ireland 2040, An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar will give a Project Ireland 2040 briefing at NUI Galway along with a number of senior Cabinet members.

Event details:

Date:  Thursday, 12 April, 2018

Time:  14.00

Venue:  The Institute for Lifecourse and Society (ILAS) building, North Campus, NUI Galway (off N59)

To register for the event - click here.

Please note: proof of registration along with photo identification will be required for access to this event. 

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Tugann an tOllamh Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, Uachtarán OÉ Gaillimh, cuireadh duit freastal ar Sheisiún Eolais leis an Taoiseach maidir le Tionscadal Éireann 2040 in OÉ Gaillimh Déardaoin, an 12 Aibreán.

Fógraíodh Tionscadal Éireann 2040 le gairid, agus anois tá sé beartaithe ag an Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar eolas faoin Tionscadal a roinnt ag seisiún in OÉ Gaillimh i dteannta roinnt ball sinsearach eile den chomh-aireacht.

Sonraí na hócáide:

Dáta:    Déardaoin, 12 Aibreán, 2018

Am:      14.00

Ionad:  An Institiúid Cúrsa Saoil agus Sochaí (ILAS), an Campas Thuaidh, OÉ Gaillimh (ar an N59)

Chun clárú don ócáid seo – cliceáil anseo.

Beidh cruthúnas cláraithe mar aon le cárta aitheantais a bhfuil grianghraf díot air ag teastáil chun freastal ar an ócáid seo.  

Event Time
14.00
Venue
Institute for Lifecourse and Society
Organiser
Presidents' Office

Project Ireland 2040 Briefing / Seisiún eolais maidir le Tionscadal Éireann 2040

Professor Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, President of NUI Galway, invites you to join him for a briefing by An Taoiseach on Project Ireland 2040 at NUI Galway on Thursday, 12 April, 2018.

Following the recent announcement of Project Ireland 2040, An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar will give a Project Ireland 2040 briefing at NUI Galway along with a number of senior Cabinet members.

Event details:

Date:  Thursday, 12 April, 2018

Time:  14.00

Venue:  The Institute for Lifecourse and Society (ILAS) building, North Campus, NUI Galway (off N59)

To register for the event - click here.

Please note: proof of registration along with photo identification will be required for access to this event. 

 ***

Tugann an tOllamh Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, Uachtarán OÉ Gaillimh, cuireadh duit freastal ar Sheisiún Eolais leis an Taoiseach maidir le Tionscadal Éireann 2040 in OÉ Gaillimh Déardaoin, an 12 Aibreán.

Fógraíodh Tionscadal Éireann 2040 le gairid, agus anois tá sé beartaithe ag an Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar eolas faoin Tionscadal a roinnt ag seisiún in OÉ Gaillimh i dteannta roinnt ball sinsearach eile den chomh-aireacht.

Sonraí na hócáide:

Dáta:    Déardaoin, 12 Aibreán, 2018

Am:      14.00

Ionad:  An Institiúid Cúrsa Saoil agus Sochaí (ILAS), an Campas Thuaidh, OÉ Gaillimh (ar an N59)

Chun clárú don ócáid seo – cliceáil anseo.

Beidh cruthúnas cláraithe mar aon le cárta aitheantais a bhfuil grianghraf díot air ag teastáil chun freastal ar an ócáid seo.  

Event Time
14.00
Venue
Institute for Lifecourse and Society
Organiser
Presidents' Office

Speakers: 

 Prof. Ray Murphy, Irish Centre for Human Rights: The United States Department of Defense Law of War Manual and Basic Principles. 

Prof.Michael A. Newton, Professor of the Practice of Law, Vanderbilt University Law School: The United States Department of Defense Law of War Manual: Observations and Oddities.  

 Dr. Katharine Fortin, Assistant Professor, Utrecht University School of Law: Armed Groups and the DOD Manual: Shining a Light on Overlooked Issues. 

 

All welcome!

Event Time
10.30
Venue
Seminar Room, Irish Centre for Human Rights
Organiser
Irish Centre for Human Rights

Interested in how the environment impacts on human health?

Come along to the talk today “Barriers and bridges to connecting with nature” given by Drs Caitriona Carlin, Gesche Kindermann and Easkey Britton and hosted by The Centre for Health from Environment.

 The CHE logo competition winner will also be presented with their prize at todays event.

Event Time
13:00
Venue
Orbsen Seminar Room
Organiser
Bacteriology
The Access Course programmes are for young adults and mature students who have a potential for third level but whom, for various reasons, may not achieve the necessary Leaving Certificate results for entry to NUI Galway.  The successful applicant would be someone who, despite unemployment or lack of formal education, sees a third level qualification as a way to improve their skills and advance their career.
Event Time
18:00
Venue
Room IT250, South Campus
Organiser
Access Centre

Please join us on the third Wednesday of every month for:

 ·         Cuppa, biscuits and chat

 ·         Information on breastfeeding

 ·         Mother-to-mother support

 All mothers, babies and toddlers, expectant women, grandmothers, and female supporters are most welcome.

 Please feel free to drop in when suits or come for the whole time.

 Ms Anne Fallon (School of Nursing & Midwifery) and Dr Rachel Hilliard (University Women’s Network), with the help of La Leche League and other colleagues, are facilitating a monthly, on-campus support group to provide peer-to-peer support for breastfeeding mothers. Please contact Anne (anne.fallon@nuigalway.ie) for further information.

 AS203 River Room: Turn left at the Bank of Ireland branch at the concourse. Cross the glass walkway. AS203 is straight ahead at the end of the short corridor.

Event Time
12.00
Venue
AS203 River Room
Organiser
University Womens Network

Some of the artists from the Daughter of the Dagda exhibition, which continues in the foyer of the Arts Millennium Building NUI Galway until April 30th, will be present at the exhibition at lunchtime on Wednesday, April 18 from 1-2pm. They will be available to show people around, talk about the exhibition and answer questions. Anyone and everyone are welcome to drop by!  Free entry. Venue: Foyer of the Arts Millennium Building.

https://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/news-and-events/news-archive/2018/february/daughter-of-the-dagda-exhibition-taking-place-at-nui-galway-1.html

Event Time
13:00
Venue
Arts Millennium Building foyer
Organiser
Arts Office
Health and lifestyle
Event Time
13.10
Venue
AC201 on the concourse
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway

In  a post-truth, post-fact world, what would happen if we 'go with our guts'?

Make art with your gut responses to real policies in a new way to think about politics.  

No experience necessary.

Free event

Event Time
17.00
Venue
Studio 2, O'Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance
Organiser
Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance
Bosom Pals is an exhibition of the poems and artwork from the book of the same title that was published by Doire Press in 2017. Edited by writer and poet Marie Cadden, who sadly passed away in December 2017, the collection features eight women poets’ experiences of breast cancer and is beautifully complemented by powerful drawings of the female form post-surgery by artist Ruth Cadden, Marie’s daughter.  The exhibition unites the content of the book in a visual way. While a book is in sequence and provides an intimate and private encounter, an exhibition puts the experience of reading and looking on a larger scale, in a physical space, and offers a parallel way of exploring the pages.  Marie Cadden’s hope was that the book would raise awareness among academics and researchers and put a human face on living with breast cancer. This exhibition, a project initiated by her and which she was closely involved in until her death, is in honour of her life and work.  Free entry & all are welcome - April 23-29 | 12-5pm dailyNote: The art gallery now has a chair lift in use for those who may need it.
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Art Gallery / An Dánlann, The Quadrangle
Organiser
Arts Office

 

 

Event Time
13.10
Venue
Woodquay, Town Hall Theatre
Organiser
Town Hall Theatre, Woodquay

John Cox, University Librarian, NUI Galway, is delighted to invite you to a public lecture by:

 Theresa Salazar, Curator of the Western Americana Collection at The Bancroft Library, at the University of California, Berkeley 

 Title: The Bancroft Library’s Irish American holdings

 Time: 16:00 - 16:45, followed by an informal reception - book here

 

 

Event Time
16:00
Venue
Room G010, The Hardiman Bulding
Organiser
James Hardiman Library

 Public and patient involvement in research aims to create an active partnership between the public and researchers, allowing the voice and perspective of the public to help shape and guide research.

 The conference is open to members of the public (free of charge), researchers and healthcare professionals with an interest in working in partnership with patients and the public to build reliable evidence to answer important healthcare research questions.

 Confirmed speakers include Dr Austin O’Carroll, a GP working in Dublin’s inner city, who will discuss his experience working with the marginalised over many decades.  Professor Agnes Higgins of TCD will give an overview of service user involvement in mental health research and Wendy Costello will share her journey as a parent of a child with a rare disease, from setting up a national family support network to her current involvement in research. 

Registration €50 full / €20 PhD / free to members of the public.  Register here 

 

Event Time
10.00
Venue
ILAS Lecture Theatre
Organiser
HRB Primary Care CTNI
Health and lifestyle
Event Time
13.10
Venue
AC201 on the concourse
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway

 The 33rd Cúirt International Festival of Literature will be officially opened by President of NUI Galway, Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh in the Meyrick Hotel, Eyre Square.

Visit Cúirt Festival Official Opening for full details.

 

Event Time
18:00
Venue
Galway City, Meyrick Hotel
Organiser
Arts Office

'World Perspectives: Eduard Márquez, Norbert Gstrein & Hédi Kaddour’ chaired by Dr Kate Quinn (School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures).

For full details and booking please visit World Perspectives

Event Time
18:00
Venue
Galway City, Town Hall Theatre
Organiser
Arts Office

UCC is hosting a reception for its alumni in Galway on 26th April, in the Oyster Bar, Hotel Meyrick from 6.00pm-8.00pm.

Their Alumni team asked us to spread the word to NUI Galway staff who have previously studied in Cork.

Refreshments served.
Meet fellow alumni and hear all the news from your alma mater.

Register now at https://community.ucc.ie/

Contact: p.finucane@ucc.ie/021 4903276

Event Time
18:00
Venue
Galway, Eyre Square, Meyrick Hotel
Organiser
UCC Alumni

Architects of the European Union peace programmes in Northern Ireland will come together for the first time in twenty years to reflect on the role the EU played in the Northern Ireland peace process at a unique symposium in the O’Donoghue Theatre in NUI Galway on Friday 27 April. They are joined by academic experts on the European Union and key figures active in cross-border cooperation to explore the significance of the EU role in the peace process and discuss the future of the Good Friday Agreement and the Irish border. The symposium will discuss the challenges posed by Brexit twenty years after the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, at a time when EU involvement in the Peace Process and cross-border relations in Ireland is at the centre of public debate.

The event will be opened by Noel Dorr, former Secretary General of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and former Irish Ambassador to the United Nations and the United Kingdom. Professor Alan Ahearne, Director of the Whitaker Institute, will make closing remarks. Professor Daniel Carey, Director of the Moore Institute and Dr Michelle Millar, Head of the School of Political Science and Sociology will act as Chairs.

The symposium originates with the PhD thesis of Dr Giada Lagana on the Europeanization of the Northern Ireland peace process and brings together several of the people she interviewed for the thesis. Thesis supervisor was Dr Niall Ó Dochartaigh, School of political Science and Sociology.

This unique and innovative event is organised by the Conflict, Humanitarianism and Security Research Cluster of the Whitaker Institute, National University of Ireland Galway, in partnership with the Moore Institute and supported by the Irish Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and the Academic Association for contemporary European Studies (UACES).

 This is a free event but advance registration is essential. Register at

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-european-union-and-the-northern-ireland-peace-process-tickets-42754005381

Conference programme available at: https://eupeacenuig.weebly.com/

 Contact: Giada Lagana G.LAGANa1@nuigalway.ie or Niall O Dochartaigh niall.odochartaigh@nuigalway.ie

Event Time
09.30
Venue
O’Donoghue Theatre, NUI Galway
Organiser
Whitaker Institute
  'Novel Approaches to History: Billy O'Callaghan and Kathleen Winter'. Event chaired by Desmond Lally PhD candidate in Irish History Theatre.
For full details and booking visit Novel Approaches to History
Event Time
16:00
Venue
Galway City, Town Hall Theatre
Organiser
Arts Office

'Adventures In Ideas: The Essay Now’. Event chaired by Dr Rebecca Barr (Director, MA Publishing and Literature).

For full details and booking please visit Adventures in Ideas

Event Time
18:00
Venue
Galway City, Town Hall Theatre
Organiser
Arts Office

Free Computer Recycling Drop-Off Point (Camara) on next Wednesday 2nd May

Date: Wednesday 2nd May

Time: 10am - 1pm

Location: 18 Distillery Rd, NUI Galway (Bungalow beside Security).

 PCs are recorded and a certificate of wiping of its hard drive will be provided by Camara.

 Computers are used in Education in Ireland and in Africa.

 Reusable Laptops, Servers, Desktop Computers, Flat Screen Monitors, USB Keyboards and USB Mice are welcome.

 All devices are wiped to industry standards

 Please note CRT monitors, printers and projectors are not accepted.

 Contact email: camara@compsoc.nuigalway.ie

 For more information:

http://camara.org/give-computers/

https://www.facebook.com/nuigcompsoc

Event Time
10.00
Venue
18 Distillery Road (beside Security)
Organiser
Computer Society
Health and lifestyle
Event Time
13.10
Venue
AC201 on the concourse
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway
Connecting Galway City and the Nature of our Ocean and Waterways
Join us for an evening to explore the potential of blue space, our coasts and waterways, in Galway City for promoting health, wellbeing, culture, social connection, tourism, and much more. Keynote address by Dr Easkey Britton (Whitaker Institute for Societal Change).
While we live in an increasingly urbanised world, we must not forget that we live and share space on the blue planet, with three-quarters of its surface covered by water.
The event is FREE, but places are limited so please book now at Urban Blue Conversations Tickets
Event Time
18.00
Venue
Galway, Salthill, Salthill Hotel
Organiser
Whitaker Institute for Innovation and Societal Change

Opening: Schools Art Exhibition

Wednesday, 2 May 2018, at 6.30pm
School of Education, Education Building, Nuns Island, NUI Galway.
Professor Gerry Mac Ruairc and colleagues in the School of Education, NUI Galway invite you to attend the

Art Exhibition Opening of works by students from Claregalway College and Galway Community College.

This exhibition will run until 30 May 2018

Event Time
18:30
Venue
Education Building, Nuns Island
Organiser
School of Education

You are invited to join us for this free morning workshop “Relational Mindfulness: Bringing Mindfulness into everyday life and relating with others”. 

What is relational mindfulness?

We typically consider mindfulness as something that is done silently, alone and while sitting down. While research has been shown this type of mindfulness to have many positive benefits, many believe mindfulness could also serve us if it could be connected directly to everyday life.

RELATIONAL mindfulness, brings mindfulness from silent sitting alone, into respectful meditative communication with others.

Associate Professor MAREK VICH (bio below) is leading the development of practice and research in this field and will give two workshops at NUI Galway in collaboration with the Mindful Way on Thursday 3rd May in Emily Anderson Concert Hall in the Quadrangle (8 on map).

These 2.5 hour workshops are LIMITED in size to 20 people each so please BOOK EARLY.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Mindful @ NUIGalway team

http://www.nuigalway.ie/mindfulway/

SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION 

If you would like to attend this free event, please register your attendance at Mindful Way Registration
 
VENUE
The Aula Maxima.  Please click HERE for campus map. The Aula Maxima is No. 1 on the map. 
Event Time
10.00
Venue
Emily Anderson Concert Hall (Upper Aula Maxima)
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway
Event Time
14:00
Venue
O'Donohue Theatre
Organiser
Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance
Event Time
15:00
Venue
O'Donohue Theatre
Organiser
Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance

In association with Galway Theatre Festival, Dance Players present The Only Jealousy of Emer by W.B. Yeats.

May 5th - 7th at 5pm, May 8th at 1pm with Q&A in the O'Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance.

Tickets €14 / 12 / 8

For more information visit www.galwaytheatrefestival.com

Event Time
13.00
Venue
O'Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance
Organiser
O'Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance

AN EXHIBITION OF NEW WORK by IVAN McMAHON at the Art Gallery, Quadrangle - continues until May 25th, excluding Sundays.  Hours: 12-4pm -  all welcome - free entry. 

Thirteen limited edition photographic prints (1/10)  - https://www.ivanmcmahonphotography.com/work-in-progress

A study of the Connemara landscape exploring the haunting resonances that endure from the horrific famine that ravaged the land in the 19th Century

Event Time
18:00
Venue
Art Gallery / An Dánlann, The Quadrangle
Organiser
Arts Office

Exhibition -  Áine Phillips: Performaphilia

Opening Reception - 5:30pm, Thursday, 10 May 2018,

Staff Club, Quadrangle, NUI Galway

 Áine Phillips uses performance art as a way of working out ideas and response to the world, usually from a politicised, activist and feminist perspective. The watercolour paintings in this Staff Club exhibition developed out of themes and images she has created in live performance over recent years.

She notes that “The images in these paintings occurred to me as a result of the experience of performing. During performances I often see my actions translated into still images and make a mental note to describe them later in drawing and watercolour. […] It is an inter-disciplinary approach using one medium to describe and elaborate another, presenting the idea in a new and unexpected way - which often delights me. The style of these paintings is cartoon-like in the contemporary sense - humorous, absurd or both. Sometimes I only fully understand the humour or deeper meaning in the work after I have made the watercolour.”

Áine Phillips studied sculpture and performance art at the National College of Art and Design and has been making performance art and experimental theatre since the late 80’s when she joined Macnas in Galway. She has exhibited and presented her work internationally and her practice has engaged with community arts, feminism and activist performance in public spaces. In 2015 she edited Performance Art in Ireland: A History, and is Head of Sculpture at Burren College of Art, also teaching on the MA in Drama, Theatre and Performance in NUI Galway.

Event Time
17:30
Venue
Staff Club, The Quadrangle
Organiser
Staff Club

AN EXHIBITION OF NEW WORK by IVAN McMAHON at the Art Gallery, Quadrangle - continues until May 25th, excluding Sundays.  Hours: 12-4pm -  all welcome - free entry. 

Thirteen limited edition photographic prints (1/10)  - https://www.ivanmcmahonphotography.com/work-in-progress

A study of the Connemara landscape exploring the haunting resonances that endure from the horrific famine that ravaged the land in the 19th Century

Event Time
18:00
Venue
Art Gallery / An Dánlann, The Quadrangle
Organiser
Arts Office

One of the most striking recent developments in American politics has been the emergence of Irish Americans associated with the Right and their participation in (or support for) the Trump administration. The traditional expectation that Irish Americans align themselves with the Democratic Party (led by the Kennedy family and figures like Tip O’Neill) has been overturned, first by conservative commentators on Fox News like Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity, and then by prominent members of the Trump election team and cabinet (past and present), including Steve Bannon, Michael Flynn, John Kelly, Sean Spicer, Mick Mulvaney, Kelly-Anne Conway, and others. In the wider Republican leadership, Paul Ryan and Kevin McCarthy, among others, play an important part in this emerging trend.

This event is designed to develop a better a better understanding of this transformation, what values animate it, and how significant it is for American (and world) politics.

Maureen Dowd, a major American commentator on political questions as columnist for The New York Times (and The Irish Times), and Irish journalist Niall O’Dowd (founder of Irishcentral) will lead a discussion of this phenomenon. A panel of contributors will also participate: Dr. Kathleen Cavanaugh (NUI Galway), Mr. Larry Donnelly (NUI Galway), Prof. Eileen Gillooly (Columbia University) and Dr. Charlotte McIvor (NUI Galway). The event will be chaired by Prof. Daniel Carey, Director of the Moore Institute at NUI Galway.

Important Notice

While the event is free, attendees must register in advance due to space restrictions.

Visitor Information

There is very limited paid parking on the grounds of NUI Galway.

On-street parking is available nearby. Pay & Display and permit holder parking available at the Park & Ride facility, North Campus, NUI Galway located just off the main Galway-Oughterard-Clifden Road.

Event Time
17.30
Venue
Ground Floor, Aula Maxima
Organiser
The Moore Institute
Exhibition of undergraduate posters
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Orbsen Building foyer
Organiser
Botany and Plant Science
Exhibition of undergraduate posters
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Orbsen Building foyer
Organiser
Botany and Plant Science
Exhibition of undergraduate posters
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Orbsen Building foyer
Organiser
Botany and Plant Science

Get into Nature for Biodiversity Week in Merlin Woods 
Birds, Bats, Flowers, Yoga and more ..

Friends of Merlin Woods have organised another week of events for Biodiversity week this year in collaboration with various groups and organisations - and NUI Galway is proud to support the week of events. Biodiversity Week events begin on Sunday May 20th and will run until Sunday May 27th. 

The week begins with Health and Nature, a mindful walk and yoga will take place on Sunday May 20t from 9.30am-10.30am with Agnieszska Drelichowska, Yoga Stretch Galway. Enjoy the relaxing experience in a beautiful setting surrounded by the aroma, visuals and sounds of the wildlife around you. A suggested donation of 5 euros to our workshop leader. 

Monday 21st May 7.30pm-9.30pm, John Lusby, Birdwatch Ireland will lead the dusk chorus, identifying the sounds and songs which can be heard as you walk around the woodland. 

Tuesday 22nd May, International Day of Biological Diversity, Galway Bat Group will join us on this day to tell us all about the bats likely to be hunting and foraging within the woods. They will have specimens to show and bat detectors, so we can hear the bats as they fly about in the night sky over the woodland. This event will commence at 9.30pm -11pm.

Wednesday 23rd May, Friends of Merlin Woods will link in with a local school and will explore the wildlife which can be found at this time of year in the woodlands from butterflies, 
bees, flowers, birds and much more.

Thursday 24th May 7pm-9pm Nature Through the Lens with Noel Barbour Photographer, Friends of Merlin Woods will guide budding photographers, enthusiasts through a workshop on how to take photographs of the varying different wildlife which can be found in Merlin Woods. A very successful workshop took place last year and is a worthwhile experience for all levels of photographers. 

Friday 25th May 7pm-9pm The recently formed BSBI (Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland) Galway will lead a walk exploring the wild-flowers and plants to be found in Merlin Woods and its habitats. Merlin Woods has a wonderful array of Orchids and wild plants a spectacular sight to see during early Spring and Summer. 

Saturday 26th May 11am-1pm, to compliment the photography and the floral workshops, Debbie Reilly will be running a Botanical Art class for beginners. Debbie Reilly artist has worked with us on many projects over the years and was also part of the Our Place Galway 2020 which took place a couple of years ago here. All materials are provided.

 Sunday May 27th 11-3pm Go Wild in Galway will run from 11-3pm 

The second day of the Galway’s wildlife festival “Go Wild in Galway” will take place in Merlin Woods and registration will take place at 11am. Go Wild Nature Camps is organised by Birdwatch Ireland, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Near Health NUIG and GMIT. We are delighted to have the team here to showcase the amazing array of wildlife the woods have to offer. We will explore the birds, butterflies, small mammals, moths and invertebrates. It is an amazing camp for kids to learn about wildlife and to get into nature. 

Meeting point for all events are at Merlin Woods Community Garden, just past the playground in Doughiska. Please wear suitable footwear and clothing. 409 buses will take you from Eyre Square and the stop is near Joyce’s Supermarket on Doughiska Rd. Parking is available along the park in Doughiska. 

For more info check out Friends of Merlin Woods on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/events/150375362481323/  email friendsofmerlinwoods@gmail.com

 Contact Caroline for more info : 0852484380 

Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway, Merlin Park Woods
Organiser
Applied Ecology Unit
Exhibition of undergraduate posters
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Orbsen Building foyer
Organiser
Botany and Plant Science

Newstalk's 'Talking History' rolls into the Hotel Meyrick on Sunday, May 20th.

Presenter Dr Patrick Geoghegan will be asking, what was the flu epidemic of 1918? Where did it start and how did it affect Ireland and Europe?

Join ‘Talking History’ live from the Hotel Meyrick where Patrick will be joined by historians from the History Department to discuss the greatest healthcare challenge in Irish history. Dr. Caitriona Clear, Dr. Gearóid Barry, Dr. John Cunningham, Dr. Padraig Lenihan and Dr. Jackie Uí Chionna, and Dr. Ida Milne, whose book on the flu epidemic in Ireland is due to be published shortly.

The programme will be broadcast in front of a live audience, and if you wish to join the audience at the Hotel Meyrick between 6.15-8pm, tickets are free but you must register and show proof on the day, either by Printing Tickets OR having them Downloaded on your Smart Phone. Log on to Newstalk - Talking History to get tickets, free of charge. for this outside broadcast. 

Event Time
18.15
Venue
Galway City, Hotel Meyrick
Organiser
History

Get into Nature for Biodiversity Week in Merlin Woods 
Birds, Bats, Flowers, Yoga and more ..

Friends of Merlin Woods have organised another week of events for Biodiversity week this year in collaboration with various groups and organisations - and NUI Galway is proud to support the week of events. Biodiversity Week events begin on Sunday May 20th and will run until Sunday May 27th. 

The week begins with Health and Nature, a mindful walk and yoga will take place on Sunday May 20t from 9.30am-10.30am with Agnieszska Drelichowska, Yoga Stretch Galway. Enjoy the relaxing experience in a beautiful setting surrounded by the aroma, visuals and sounds of the wildlife around you. A suggested donation of 5 euros to our workshop leader. 

Monday 21st May 7.30pm-9.30pm, John Lusby, Birdwatch Ireland will lead the dusk chorus, identifying the sounds and songs which can be heard as you walk around the woodland. 

Tuesday 22nd May, International Day of Biological Diversity, Galway Bat Group will join us on this day to tell us all about the bats likely to be hunting and foraging within the woods. They will have specimens to show and bat detectors, so we can hear the bats as they fly about in the night sky over the woodland. This event will commence at 9.30pm -11pm.

Wednesday 23rd May, Friends of Merlin Woods will link in with a local school and will explore the wildlife which can be found at this time of year in the woodlands from butterflies, 
bees, flowers, birds and much more.

Thursday 24th May 7pm-9pm Nature Through the Lens with Noel Barbour Photographer, Friends of Merlin Woods will guide budding photographers, enthusiasts through a workshop on how to take photographs of the varying different wildlife which can be found in Merlin Woods. A very successful workshop took place last year and is a worthwhile experience for all levels of photographers. 

Friday 25th May 7pm-9pm The recently formed BSBI (Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland) Galway will lead a walk exploring the wild-flowers and plants to be found in Merlin Woods and its habitats. Merlin Woods has a wonderful array of Orchids and wild plants a spectacular sight to see during early Spring and Summer. 

Saturday 26th May 11am-1pm, to compliment the photography and the floral workshops, Debbie Reilly will be running a Botanical Art class for beginners. Debbie Reilly artist has worked with us on many projects over the years and was also part of the Our Place Galway 2020 which took place a couple of years ago here. All materials are provided.

 Sunday May 27th 11-3pm Go Wild in Galway will run from 11-3pm 

The second day of the Galway’s wildlife festival “Go Wild in Galway” will take place in Merlin Woods and registration will take place at 11am. Go Wild Nature Camps is organised by Birdwatch Ireland, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Near Health NUIG and GMIT. We are delighted to have the team here to showcase the amazing array of wildlife the woods have to offer. We will explore the birds, butterflies, small mammals, moths and invertebrates. It is an amazing camp for kids to learn about wildlife and to get into nature. 

Meeting point for all events are at Merlin Woods Community Garden, just past the playground in Doughiska. Please wear suitable footwear and clothing. 409 buses will take you from Eyre Square and the stop is near Joyce’s Supermarket on Doughiska Rd. Parking is available along the park in Doughiska. 

For more info check out Friends of Merlin Woods on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/events/150375362481323/  email friendsofmerlinwoods@gmail.com

 Contact Caroline for more info : 0852484380 

Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway, Merlin Park Woods
Organiser
Applied Ecology Unit
Exhibition of undergraduate posters
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Orbsen Building foyer
Organiser
Botany and Plant Science

Get into Nature for Biodiversity Week in Merlin Woods 
Birds, Bats, Flowers, Yoga and more ..

Friends of Merlin Woods have organised another week of events for Biodiversity week this year in collaboration with various groups and organisations - and NUI Galway is proud to support the week of events. Biodiversity Week events begin on Sunday May 20th and will run until Sunday May 27th. 

The week begins with Health and Nature, a mindful walk and yoga will take place on Sunday May 20t from 9.30am-10.30am with Agnieszska Drelichowska, Yoga Stretch Galway. Enjoy the relaxing experience in a beautiful setting surrounded by the aroma, visuals and sounds of the wildlife around you. A suggested donation of 5 euros to our workshop leader. 

Monday 21st May 7.30pm-9.30pm, John Lusby, Birdwatch Ireland will lead the dusk chorus, identifying the sounds and songs which can be heard as you walk around the woodland. 

Tuesday 22nd May, International Day of Biological Diversity, Galway Bat Group will join us on this day to tell us all about the bats likely to be hunting and foraging within the woods. They will have specimens to show and bat detectors, so we can hear the bats as they fly about in the night sky over the woodland. This event will commence at 9.30pm -11pm.

Wednesday 23rd May, Friends of Merlin Woods will link in with a local school and will explore the wildlife which can be found at this time of year in the woodlands from butterflies, 
bees, flowers, birds and much more.

Thursday 24th May 7pm-9pm Nature Through the Lens with Noel Barbour Photographer, Friends of Merlin Woods will guide budding photographers, enthusiasts through a workshop on how to take photographs of the varying different wildlife which can be found in Merlin Woods. A very successful workshop took place last year and is a worthwhile experience for all levels of photographers. 

Friday 25th May 7pm-9pm The recently formed BSBI (Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland) Galway will lead a walk exploring the wild-flowers and plants to be found in Merlin Woods and its habitats. Merlin Woods has a wonderful array of Orchids and wild plants a spectacular sight to see during early Spring and Summer. 

Saturday 26th May 11am-1pm, to compliment the photography and the floral workshops, Debbie Reilly will be running a Botanical Art class for beginners. Debbie Reilly artist has worked with us on many projects over the years and was also part of the Our Place Galway 2020 which took place a couple of years ago here. All materials are provided.

 Sunday May 27th 11-3pm Go Wild in Galway will run from 11-3pm 

The second day of the Galway’s wildlife festival “Go Wild in Galway” will take place in Merlin Woods and registration will take place at 11am. Go Wild Nature Camps is organised by Birdwatch Ireland, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Near Health NUIG and GMIT. We are delighted to have the team here to showcase the amazing array of wildlife the woods have to offer. We will explore the birds, butterflies, small mammals, moths and invertebrates. It is an amazing camp for kids to learn about wildlife and to get into nature. 

Meeting point for all events are at Merlin Woods Community Garden, just past the playground in Doughiska. Please wear suitable footwear and clothing. 409 buses will take you from Eyre Square and the stop is near Joyce’s Supermarket on Doughiska Rd. Parking is available along the park in Doughiska. 

For more info check out Friends of Merlin Woods on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/events/150375362481323/  email friendsofmerlinwoods@gmail.com

 Contact Caroline for more info : 0852484380 

Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway, Merlin Park Woods
Organiser
Applied Ecology Unit
Exhibition of undergraduate posters
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Orbsen Building foyer
Organiser
Botany and Plant Science

Professor Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, President of NUI Galway and Professor Pat Dolan, UNESCO Chair in Children, Youth and Civic Engagement will host the UNESCO International Honorary Biennial Lecture 2018 by Ms Toni Preckwinkle, President, Board of Commissioners, Cook County, Illinois entitled, Reform in Cook County and Juvenile Justice

Event details:

Date:  Tuesday, 22 May 2018

Time:  14.30

Venue:  Aula Maxima, Lower, The Quadrangle, NUI Galway

 

 

 

Event Time
14.30
Venue
Aula Maxima Lower
Organiser
UNESCO International Honorary Biennial Lecture 2018

Get into Nature for Biodiversity Week in Merlin Woods 
Birds, Bats, Flowers, Yoga and more ..

Friends of Merlin Woods have organised another week of events for Biodiversity week this year in collaboration with various groups and organisations - and NUI Galway is proud to support the week of events. Biodiversity Week events begin on Sunday May 20th and will run until Sunday May 27th. 

The week begins with Health and Nature, a mindful walk and yoga will take place on Sunday May 20t from 9.30am-10.30am with Agnieszska Drelichowska, Yoga Stretch Galway. Enjoy the relaxing experience in a beautiful setting surrounded by the aroma, visuals and sounds of the wildlife around you. A suggested donation of 5 euros to our workshop leader. 

Monday 21st May 7.30pm-9.30pm, John Lusby, Birdwatch Ireland will lead the dusk chorus, identifying the sounds and songs which can be heard as you walk around the woodland. 

Tuesday 22nd May, International Day of Biological Diversity, Galway Bat Group will join us on this day to tell us all about the bats likely to be hunting and foraging within the woods. They will have specimens to show and bat detectors, so we can hear the bats as they fly about in the night sky over the woodland. This event will commence at 9.30pm -11pm.

Wednesday 23rd May, Friends of Merlin Woods will link in with a local school and will explore the wildlife which can be found at this time of year in the woodlands from butterflies, 
bees, flowers, birds and much more.

Thursday 24th May 7pm-9pm Nature Through the Lens with Noel Barbour Photographer, Friends of Merlin Woods will guide budding photographers, enthusiasts through a workshop on how to take photographs of the varying different wildlife which can be found in Merlin Woods. A very successful workshop took place last year and is a worthwhile experience for all levels of photographers. 

Friday 25th May 7pm-9pm The recently formed BSBI (Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland) Galway will lead a walk exploring the wild-flowers and plants to be found in Merlin Woods and its habitats. Merlin Woods has a wonderful array of Orchids and wild plants a spectacular sight to see during early Spring and Summer. 

Saturday 26th May 11am-1pm, to compliment the photography and the floral workshops, Debbie Reilly will be running a Botanical Art class for beginners. Debbie Reilly artist has worked with us on many projects over the years and was also part of the Our Place Galway 2020 which took place a couple of years ago here. All materials are provided.

 Sunday May 27th 11-3pm Go Wild in Galway will run from 11-3pm 

The second day of the Galway’s wildlife festival “Go Wild in Galway” will take place in Merlin Woods and registration will take place at 11am. Go Wild Nature Camps is organised by Birdwatch Ireland, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Near Health NUIG and GMIT. We are delighted to have the team here to showcase the amazing array of wildlife the woods have to offer. We will explore the birds, butterflies, small mammals, moths and invertebrates. It is an amazing camp for kids to learn about wildlife and to get into nature. 

Meeting point for all events are at Merlin Woods Community Garden, just past the playground in Doughiska. Please wear suitable footwear and clothing. 409 buses will take you from Eyre Square and the stop is near Joyce’s Supermarket on Doughiska Rd. Parking is available along the park in Doughiska. 

For more info check out Friends of Merlin Woods on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/events/150375362481323/  email friendsofmerlinwoods@gmail.com

 Contact Caroline for more info : 0852484380 

Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway, Merlin Park Woods
Organiser
Applied Ecology Unit
Exhibition of undergraduate posters
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Orbsen Building foyer
Organiser
Botany and Plant Science

Get into Nature for Biodiversity Week in Merlin Woods 
Birds, Bats, Flowers, Yoga and more ..

Friends of Merlin Woods have organised another week of events for Biodiversity week this year in collaboration with various groups and organisations - and NUI Galway is proud to support the week of events. Biodiversity Week events begin on Sunday May 20th and will run until Sunday May 27th. 

The week begins with Health and Nature, a mindful walk and yoga will take place on Sunday May 20t from 9.30am-10.30am with Agnieszska Drelichowska, Yoga Stretch Galway. Enjoy the relaxing experience in a beautiful setting surrounded by the aroma, visuals and sounds of the wildlife around you. A suggested donation of 5 euros to our workshop leader. 

Monday 21st May 7.30pm-9.30pm, John Lusby, Birdwatch Ireland will lead the dusk chorus, identifying the sounds and songs which can be heard as you walk around the woodland. 

Tuesday 22nd May, International Day of Biological Diversity, Galway Bat Group will join us on this day to tell us all about the bats likely to be hunting and foraging within the woods. They will have specimens to show and bat detectors, so we can hear the bats as they fly about in the night sky over the woodland. This event will commence at 9.30pm -11pm.

Wednesday 23rd May, Friends of Merlin Woods will link in with a local school and will explore the wildlife which can be found at this time of year in the woodlands from butterflies, 
bees, flowers, birds and much more.

Thursday 24th May 7pm-9pm Nature Through the Lens with Noel Barbour Photographer, Friends of Merlin Woods will guide budding photographers, enthusiasts through a workshop on how to take photographs of the varying different wildlife which can be found in Merlin Woods. A very successful workshop took place last year and is a worthwhile experience for all levels of photographers. 

Friday 25th May 7pm-9pm The recently formed BSBI (Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland) Galway will lead a walk exploring the wild-flowers and plants to be found in Merlin Woods and its habitats. Merlin Woods has a wonderful array of Orchids and wild plants a spectacular sight to see during early Spring and Summer. 

Saturday 26th May 11am-1pm, to compliment the photography and the floral workshops, Debbie Reilly will be running a Botanical Art class for beginners. Debbie Reilly artist has worked with us on many projects over the years and was also part of the Our Place Galway 2020 which took place a couple of years ago here. All materials are provided.

 Sunday May 27th 11-3pm Go Wild in Galway will run from 11-3pm 

The second day of the Galway’s wildlife festival “Go Wild in Galway” will take place in Merlin Woods and registration will take place at 11am. Go Wild Nature Camps is organised by Birdwatch Ireland, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Near Health NUIG and GMIT. We are delighted to have the team here to showcase the amazing array of wildlife the woods have to offer. We will explore the birds, butterflies, small mammals, moths and invertebrates. It is an amazing camp for kids to learn about wildlife and to get into nature. 

Meeting point for all events are at Merlin Woods Community Garden, just past the playground in Doughiska. Please wear suitable footwear and clothing. 409 buses will take you from Eyre Square and the stop is near Joyce’s Supermarket on Doughiska Rd. Parking is available along the park in Doughiska. 

For more info check out Friends of Merlin Woods on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/events/150375362481323/  email friendsofmerlinwoods@gmail.com

 Contact Caroline for more info : 0852484380 

Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway, Merlin Park Woods
Organiser
Applied Ecology Unit
Exhibition of undergraduate posters
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Orbsen Building foyer
Organiser
Botany and Plant Science

Get into Nature for Biodiversity Week in Merlin Woods 
Birds, Bats, Flowers, Yoga and more ..

Friends of Merlin Woods have organised another week of events for Biodiversity week this year in collaboration with various groups and organisations - and NUI Galway is proud to support the week of events. Biodiversity Week events begin on Sunday May 20th and will run until Sunday May 27th. 

The week begins with Health and Nature, a mindful walk and yoga will take place on Sunday May 20t from 9.30am-10.30am with Agnieszska Drelichowska, Yoga Stretch Galway. Enjoy the relaxing experience in a beautiful setting surrounded by the aroma, visuals and sounds of the wildlife around you. A suggested donation of 5 euros to our workshop leader. 

Monday 21st May 7.30pm-9.30pm, John Lusby, Birdwatch Ireland will lead the dusk chorus, identifying the sounds and songs which can be heard as you walk around the woodland. 

Tuesday 22nd May, International Day of Biological Diversity, Galway Bat Group will join us on this day to tell us all about the bats likely to be hunting and foraging within the woods. They will have specimens to show and bat detectors, so we can hear the bats as they fly about in the night sky over the woodland. This event will commence at 9.30pm -11pm.

Wednesday 23rd May, Friends of Merlin Woods will link in with a local school and will explore the wildlife which can be found at this time of year in the woodlands from butterflies, 
bees, flowers, birds and much more.

Thursday 24th May 7pm-9pm Nature Through the Lens with Noel Barbour Photographer, Friends of Merlin Woods will guide budding photographers, enthusiasts through a workshop on how to take photographs of the varying different wildlife which can be found in Merlin Woods. A very successful workshop took place last year and is a worthwhile experience for all levels of photographers. 

Friday 25th May 7pm-9pm The recently formed BSBI (Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland) Galway will lead a walk exploring the wild-flowers and plants to be found in Merlin Woods and its habitats. Merlin Woods has a wonderful array of Orchids and wild plants a spectacular sight to see during early Spring and Summer. 

Saturday 26th May 11am-1pm, to compliment the photography and the floral workshops, Debbie Reilly will be running a Botanical Art class for beginners. Debbie Reilly artist has worked with us on many projects over the years and was also part of the Our Place Galway 2020 which took place a couple of years ago here. All materials are provided.

 Sunday May 27th 11-3pm Go Wild in Galway will run from 11-3pm 

The second day of the Galway’s wildlife festival “Go Wild in Galway” will take place in Merlin Woods and registration will take place at 11am. Go Wild Nature Camps is organised by Birdwatch Ireland, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Near Health NUIG and GMIT. We are delighted to have the team here to showcase the amazing array of wildlife the woods have to offer. We will explore the birds, butterflies, small mammals, moths and invertebrates. It is an amazing camp for kids to learn about wildlife and to get into nature. 

Meeting point for all events are at Merlin Woods Community Garden, just past the playground in Doughiska. Please wear suitable footwear and clothing. 409 buses will take you from Eyre Square and the stop is near Joyce’s Supermarket on Doughiska Rd. Parking is available along the park in Doughiska. 

For more info check out Friends of Merlin Woods on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/events/150375362481323/  email friendsofmerlinwoods@gmail.com

 Contact Caroline for more info : 0852484380 

Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway, Merlin Park Woods
Organiser
Applied Ecology Unit
Exhibition of undergraduate posters
Event Time
12.00
Venue
Orbsen Building foyer
Organiser
Botany and Plant Science

In association with Galway Early Music Festival: A programme of music by composers Telemann, Purcell, Marini, Biber, Handel and Leclair inspired by fantastical literary works fromthe 17th and 18th centuries alongside traditional Irish music with associated themes performed by the great Irish uilleann piper David Power.

Tickets: €20 / €18 / Students (full-time) €6 / MFG Friends €16

 

Event Time
20.00
Venue
O'Donoghue Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance
Organiser
Music for Galway

Get into Nature for Biodiversity Week in Merlin Woods 
Birds, Bats, Flowers, Yoga and more ..

Friends of Merlin Woods have organised another week of events for Biodiversity week this year in collaboration with various groups and organisations - and NUI Galway is proud to support the week of events. Biodiversity Week events begin on Sunday May 20th and will run until Sunday May 27th. 

The week begins with Health and Nature, a mindful walk and yoga will take place on Sunday May 20t from 9.30am-10.30am with Agnieszska Drelichowska, Yoga Stretch Galway. Enjoy the relaxing experience in a beautiful setting surrounded by the aroma, visuals and sounds of the wildlife around you. A suggested donation of 5 euros to our workshop leader. 

Monday 21st May 7.30pm-9.30pm, John Lusby, Birdwatch Ireland will lead the dusk chorus, identifying the sounds and songs which can be heard as you walk around the woodland. 

Tuesday 22nd May, International Day of Biological Diversity, Galway Bat Group will join us on this day to tell us all about the bats likely to be hunting and foraging within the woods. They will have specimens to show and bat detectors, so we can hear the bats as they fly about in the night sky over the woodland. This event will commence at 9.30pm -11pm.

Wednesday 23rd May, Friends of Merlin Woods will link in with a local school and will explore the wildlife which can be found at this time of year in the woodlands from butterflies, 
bees, flowers, birds and much more.

Thursday 24th May 7pm-9pm Nature Through the Lens with Noel Barbour Photographer, Friends of Merlin Woods will guide budding photographers, enthusiasts through a workshop on how to take photographs of the varying different wildlife which can be found in Merlin Woods. A very successful workshop took place last year and is a worthwhile experience for all levels of photographers. 

Friday 25th May 7pm-9pm The recently formed BSBI (Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland) Galway will lead a walk exploring the wild-flowers and plants to be found in Merlin Woods and its habitats. Merlin Woods has a wonderful array of Orchids and wild plants a spectacular sight to see during early Spring and Summer. 

Saturday 26th May 11am-1pm, to compliment the photography and the floral workshops, Debbie Reilly will be running a Botanical Art class for beginners. Debbie Reilly artist has worked with us on many projects over the years and was also part of the Our Place Galway 2020 which took place a couple of years ago here. All materials are provided.

 Sunday May 27th 11-3pm Go Wild in Galway will run from 11-3pm 

The second day of the Galway’s wildlife festival “Go Wild in Galway” will take place in Merlin Woods and registration will take place at 11am. Go Wild Nature Camps is organised by Birdwatch Ireland, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Near Health NUIG and GMIT. We are delighted to have the team here to showcase the amazing array of wildlife the woods have to offer. We will explore the birds, butterflies, small mammals, moths and invertebrates. It is an amazing camp for kids to learn about wildlife and to get into nature. 

Meeting point for all events are at Merlin Woods Community Garden, just past the playground in Doughiska. Please wear suitable footwear and clothing. 409 buses will take you from Eyre Square and the stop is near Joyce’s Supermarket on Doughiska Rd. Parking is available along the park in Doughiska. 

For more info check out Friends of Merlin Woods on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/events/150375362481323/  email friendsofmerlinwoods@gmail.com

 Contact Caroline for more info : 0852484380 

Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway, Merlin Park Woods
Organiser
Applied Ecology Unit

Go Wild in Galway is a free festival of wildlife taking place across Galway city from dawn until dusk on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th April, including walks on campus!

Join us for talks, field trips, walks and workshops on the native wildlife of Galway city including terrestrial mammals, birds, bats, invertebrates, fish, pollinators, plants, native raptors, cetaceans and how nature benefits your health & wellbeing!

To see the full programme:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/go-wild-in-galway-26th-27th-may-2018-tickets-44674634033

Event Time
09:00
Venue
On Campus, Orbsen
Organiser
Applied Ecology Unit

Get into Nature for Biodiversity Week in Merlin Woods 
Birds, Bats, Flowers, Yoga and more ..

Friends of Merlin Woods have organised another week of events for Biodiversity week this year in collaboration with various groups and organisations - and NUI Galway is proud to support the week of events. Biodiversity Week events begin on Sunday May 20th and will run until Sunday May 27th. 

The week begins with Health and Nature, a mindful walk and yoga will take place on Sunday May 20t from 9.30am-10.30am with Agnieszska Drelichowska, Yoga Stretch Galway. Enjoy the relaxing experience in a beautiful setting surrounded by the aroma, visuals and sounds of the wildlife around you. A suggested donation of 5 euros to our workshop leader. 

Monday 21st May 7.30pm-9.30pm, John Lusby, Birdwatch Ireland will lead the dusk chorus, identifying the sounds and songs which can be heard as you walk around the woodland. 

Tuesday 22nd May, International Day of Biological Diversity, Galway Bat Group will join us on this day to tell us all about the bats likely to be hunting and foraging within the woods. They will have specimens to show and bat detectors, so we can hear the bats as they fly about in the night sky over the woodland. This event will commence at 9.30pm -11pm.

Wednesday 23rd May, Friends of Merlin Woods will link in with a local school and will explore the wildlife which can be found at this time of year in the woodlands from butterflies, 
bees, flowers, birds and much more.

Thursday 24th May 7pm-9pm Nature Through the Lens with Noel Barbour Photographer, Friends of Merlin Woods will guide budding photographers, enthusiasts through a workshop on how to take photographs of the varying different wildlife which can be found in Merlin Woods. A very successful workshop took place last year and is a worthwhile experience for all levels of photographers. 

Friday 25th May 7pm-9pm The recently formed BSBI (Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland) Galway will lead a walk exploring the wild-flowers and plants to be found in Merlin Woods and its habitats. Merlin Woods has a wonderful array of Orchids and wild plants a spectacular sight to see during early Spring and Summer. 

Saturday 26th May 11am-1pm, to compliment the photography and the floral workshops, Debbie Reilly will be running a Botanical Art class for beginners. Debbie Reilly artist has worked with us on many projects over the years and was also part of the Our Place Galway 2020 which took place a couple of years ago here. All materials are provided.

 Sunday May 27th 11-3pm Go Wild in Galway will run from 11-3pm 

The second day of the Galway’s wildlife festival “Go Wild in Galway” will take place in Merlin Woods and registration will take place at 11am. Go Wild Nature Camps is organised by Birdwatch Ireland, Vincent Wildlife Trust, Near Health NUIG and GMIT. We are delighted to have the team here to showcase the amazing array of wildlife the woods have to offer. We will explore the birds, butterflies, small mammals, moths and invertebrates. It is an amazing camp for kids to learn about wildlife and to get into nature. 

Meeting point for all events are at Merlin Woods Community Garden, just past the playground in Doughiska. Please wear suitable footwear and clothing. 409 buses will take you from Eyre Square and the stop is near Joyce’s Supermarket on Doughiska Rd. Parking is available along the park in Doughiska. 

For more info check out Friends of Merlin Woods on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/events/150375362481323/  email friendsofmerlinwoods@gmail.com

 Contact Caroline for more info : 0852484380 

Event Time
9:00
Venue
Galway, Merlin Park Woods
Organiser
Applied Ecology Unit

Go Wild in Galway is a free festival of wildlife taking place across Galway city from dawn until dusk on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th April, including walks on campus!

Join us for talks, field trips, walks and workshops on the native wildlife of Galway city including terrestrial mammals, birds, bats, invertebrates, fish, pollinators, plants, native raptors, cetaceans and how nature benefits your health & wellbeing!

To see the full programme:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/go-wild-in-galway-26th-27th-may-2018-tickets-44674634033

Event Time
09:00
Venue
On Campus, Orbsen
Organiser
Applied Ecology Unit
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

 A new second level school for Galway.

 The Department of Education has announced a new second level school for Galway that will open in September 2019. The type of school will be based on parents' preferences. Parents will be asked to vote via the Department’s new online system. Full details of this process have not yet been announced but it may happen soon.

 Educate Together already run 11 secondary schools in Ireland. Educate Together schools are equality based, child centred, co-educational and democratically run. 

 Would you like to know more about what an ET secondary school would look like?

 The Galway Educate Together Second Level Startup group (GET2LS) along with representatives from Educate Together will be holding a meeting for university staff and students at 1pm on Tuesday 26th June, in THB-G010 (Moore Institute Seminar Room, Hardiman Building) for parents interested in learning about the Educate Together model and ethos. All are welcome to attend in order to learn how Educate Together 2nd level schools (and the process to award patronage) work.

 Voting has not open yet but you can find the link for the mailing list and the voting portal at http://get2ls.org/vote/.

 For further information, contact Rónán Kennedy at 5626 or ronan.m.kennedy@nuigalway.ie

 

Event Time
13.00
Venue
THB-G010 Moore Institute Seminar Room
Organiser
University Womens Network
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

Mindful Way @ NUI Galway

invites you to join

Herbs Glorious Herbs!

an interactive tour of the NUI Galway Community Herb Gardens

with Mindful and Sustainable Gardener, Laura O’Connor

 Wednesday 27th June at 1:10pm

The herb garden in front of the Alice Perry Engineering Building (#21 on the campus map, see link below)

followed by a tour of the raised herb beds in front of Friars restaurant in the Cairnes School of Business & Economics (#22 on the campus map, see link below)

 Thursday 28th June at 1:10pm

The herb garden in front of Moffetts restaurant (in the Orbsen Building, #15 on the campus map, see link below)

 Map of campus at:  http://www.nuigalway.ie/media/buildingsoffice/files/maps/M12122_General_CampusMapWEBpdf220217.pdf

 Join our mindful and sustainable gardener, Laura O’Connor, as she takes us through the various herbs she has planted in three Community Herb Gardens on campus.  Laura will explain the virtues of each herb and advise us on how to incorporate herbs into our everyday meals… adding flavour and health benefits!  She may even lead us in some Mindful eating!!  There is an abundance of herbs to be harvested, so bring a bag and take home some fresh herbs!

 A valued member of the Mindful Way @ NUI Galway team, many of you will know Laura (photo attached) as she often leads our lunch-time Mindful Shared Practice sessions on Wednesdays.  She was awarded a President’s Award for Service Excellence this year, nominated by colleagues across all five colleges, for her work as a sustainable and mindful gardener.  So please join us in celebrating her work by participating in one (or both!) of our lunchtime sessions and help harvest herbs from the NUI Galway Community Herb Gardens.

Event Time
13.10
Venue
Alice Perry Engineering Building
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway
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

Mindful Way @ NUI Galway

invites you to join

Herbs Glorious Herbs!

an interactive tour of the NUI Galway Community Herb Gardens

with Mindful and Sustainable Gardener, Laura O’Connor

Thursday 28th June at 1:10pm

The herb garden in front of Moffetts restaurant (in the Orbsen Building, #15 on the campus map, see link below)

 Map of campus at:  http://www.nuigalway.ie/media/buildingsoffice/files/maps/M12122_General_CampusMapWEBpdf220217.pdf

 Join our mindful and sustainable gardener, Laura O’Connor, as she takes us through the various herbs she has planted in three Community Herb Gardens on campus.  Laura will explain the virtues of each herb and advise us on how to incorporate herbs into our everyday meals… adding flavour and health benefits!  She may even lead us in some Mindful eating!!  There is an abundance of herbs to be harvested, so bring a bag and take home some fresh herbs!

 A valued member of the Mindful Way @ NUI Galway team, many of you will know Laura (photo attached) as she often leads our lunch-time Mindful Shared Practice sessions on Wednesdays.  She was awarded a President’s Award for Service Excellence this year, nominated by colleagues across all five colleges, for her work as a sustainable and mindful gardener.  So please join us in celebrating her work by participating in one (or both!) of our lunchtime sessions and help harvest herbs from the NUI Galway Community Herb Gardens.

Event Time
13.10
Venue
Herb garden in front of Moffetts (Orbsen Building)
Organiser
Mindful Way @ NUI Galway
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

 We are hosting a number of events to celebrate International LGBT+ STEM Day. This will be the first international day of LGBT+ people in science, technology, engineering, and maths and it will be celebrated on July 5th of this year. This is a wonderful opportunity for the university to demonstrate its commitment to supporting its staff and students who are members of the LGBT+ community and contributing to our STEM disciplines. 

At 10:00am, we will host a coffee morning where network members and supporters can network and celebrate International LGBT STEM Day together.

 

Event Time
10.00
Venue
Human Biology Building
Organiser
LGBT+ Staff Network
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

At 1.00pm in the Alice Perry Engineering Building, President Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh will open our LGBT STEMinar for International LGBT STEM Day. At this event, several LGBT+ people working in STEM will share their stories. We will provide lunch from 12.30pm. Register for this event at http://lgbtstem.eventbrite.ie

LGBT+ Staff Network members who will talk about their work at NUI Galway.

Event Time
12.30
Venue
Alice Perry Engineering Building
Organiser
LGBT+ Staff Network

We are hosting a number of events to celebrate International LGBT+ STEM Day. This will be the first international day of LGBT+ people in science, technology, engineering, and maths and it will be celebrated on July 5th of this year. This is a wonderful opportunity for the university to demonstrate its commitment to supporting its staff and students who are members of the LGBT+ community and contributing to our STEM disciplines. 

Join us for the evening for some quiz craic to raise money for Galway Pride!

€20 per table of 4.

Event Time
20:00
Venue
Galway, Galway City, McGettigans
Organiser
LGBT+ Staff Network

We are hosting a number of events to celebrate International LGBT+ STEM Day. This will be the first international day of LGBT+ people in science, technology, engineering, and maths and it will be celebrated on July 5th of this year. This is a wonderful opportunity for the university to demonstrate its commitment to supporting its staff and students who are members of the LGBT+ community and contributing to our STEM disciplines. 

Join us for the evening for some quiz craic to raise money for Galway Pride!

€20 per table of 4.

Event Time
20:00
Venue
Galway, Galway City, McGettigans
Organiser
LGBT+ Staff Network

We are hosting a number of events to celebrate International LGBT+ STEM Day. This will be the first international day of LGBT+ people in science, technology, engineering, and maths and it will be celebrated on July 5th of this year. This is a wonderful opportunity for the university to demonstrate its commitment to supporting its staff and students who are members of the LGBT+ community and contributing to our STEM disciplines. 

Join us for the evening for some quiz craic to raise money for Galway Pride!

€20 per table of 4.

Event Time
20:00
Venue
Galway, Galway City, McGettigans
Organiser
LGBT+ Staff Network

The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928)

Galway Cathedral Recitals - Summer Concerts 2018 in association with Huston School of Film & Digital Media, presents a cine-concert of Carl Theodore Dreyer's 1928 silent masterpiece with live accompaniment on the Cathedral's organ by John Columba McCann.

 Dreyer’s film is based on the actual record of the trial of Joan of Arc and her sentence to be burnt at the stake in 1431. Aiming to communicate Joan’s purity, Dreyer's scrupulously prepared film was shot using natural light and actors without makeup in order to highlight the naturalism of the characters and their expressiveness. Despite being produced by Société Génerale des Films, the film’s premiere was delayed due to the protests of the Bishop of Paris who insisted on several scenes being cut. 

 Dreyer's direction and Renee Falconetti's performance in the lead role are often listed as amongst the finest in cinema history. 

 JOHN COLUMBA MCCANN is a member of the monastic community at Glenstal Abbey, where his roles include organist, director of the school choir, novice master and director of Benedictine Oblates. Drawing inspiration from the French tradition of organ improvisation, he was mostly self-taught until he was fortunate to receive lessons from Ansgar Wallenhorst (Ratiingen) and Frédéric Blanc (Paris). Over the last ten years he has hosted the Glenstal Abbey summer school in organ improvisation, where he has acted as assistant tutor. 

 The screening will be introduced by Dr Tony Tracy of Huston School of Film & Digital Media, NUI Galway

Galway Cathedral   Thursday 5 July at 8:00pm

 Tickets through Eventbriteor on the door.

 https://recitals.galwaycathedral.ie

Event Time
20:00
Venue
Galway City, Galway Cathedral
Organiser
Huston School of Film & Digital Media
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

WELCOME TO THE CHANGE-MAKER CREATIVE FAIR + WORKSHOP

 It is Festival time in Galway! Get hands on and creative! 

 YOU ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND AND PLEASE FEEL FREE TO HELP SPREAD THE WORD ON THIS FUN EVENT!

 CREATIVITY & CHANGE: CHANGE-MAKER CREATIVE FAIR + WORKSHOP

 Nurturing Change-Makers,

 Imagining a Better World.

REGISTER FOR THE EVENTS:

 https://www.studentvolunteer.ie/nuigalway/news/hands-on

Event Time
09:00
Venue
The View, Áras na Mac Leinn
Organiser
ALIVE
Soapbox Science brings the general public and scientists together, while also highlighting the work of female scientists in the region. Scientists will give short talks about their work to passers by at Spanish Arch on Saturday 7th July from 11am-2pm. Come along to hear about some of the work being done by STEM researchers from NUI Galway, GMIT and UCC! All welcome! For more information see http://soapboxscience.org/soapbox-science-2018-galway/ or follow us on twitter: @soapboxscigal. Soapbox Science Galway is organised by Dara Stanley (Botany and Plant Science) and Jessamyn Fairfield (Physics). 
Event Time
11.00
Venue
Galway City, Spanish Arch
Organiser
College of Science
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
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
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
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
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
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