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Friday, 01 May 2015 - Sunday, 31 May 2015

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Tuesday, 05 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Wednesday, 06 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Thursday, 07 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Friday, 08 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Saturday, 09 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Sunday, 10 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Monday, 11 May 2015 Organiser Location
Adult Learning Week

Adult Learning Week is an opportunity to discover all the flexible, part-time courses that NUI Galway has to offer. Each evening will run between 6:30-8:30pm. For a full timetable of events, visit http://www.nuigalway.ie/livelearnwork/

Centre for Adult Learning and Professional Development Arts Millennium building
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Tuesday, 12 May 2015 Organiser Location
Adult Learning Week

Adult Learning Week is an opportunity to discover all the flexible, part-time courses that NUI Galway has to offer. Each evening will run between 6:30-8:30pm. For a full timetable of events, visit http://www.nuigalway.ie/livelearnwork/

Centre for Adult Learning and Professional Development Arts Millennium building
Seminar: Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland

Seminar: 'Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland' by Professor Ian McBride, King's College London.



See http://whitakerinstitute.ie/event/dealing-with-the-past-in-northern-ireland/ for details

Whitaker Institute O10 Moore Institute Seminar Room
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Wednesday, 13 May 2015 Organiser Location
Adult Learning Week

Adult Learning Week is an opportunity to discover all the flexible, part-time courses that NUI Galway has to offer. Each evening will run between 6:30-8:30pm. For a full timetable of events, visit http://www.nuigalway.ie/livelearnwork/

Centre for Adult Learning and Professional Development Arts Millennium building
Celebrate EXPLORE - The Opportunity to Innovate

Join us to experience this year's diverse and exciting EXPLORE projects. RSVP:amber.walsholesen@nuigalway.ie www.su.nuigalway.ie/explore

VP for Innovation & Performance & Students' Union Aula Maxima, Quadrangle
CELT Conversations: Are we all involved in professional education now?

Following from a successful event before Christmas, CELT is pleased to launch a new series of informal lunchtime conversations on various topics related to teaching and learning.


The format will be to have 3 or 4 people who have prepared a short summary of their experience, or their thoughts on a topic, and then open it out to the room for more in-depth conversation.


The question "Are we all involved in professional education now?" will be discussed on Wednesday 13th May. We will be joined by a number of practitioners who will respond to the question and then open it up for discussion.


Everybody is welcome. Tea and coffee will be served. Please confirm with Bernadette Henchy (Bernadette.henchy@nuigalway.ie, ext 2924) so that we can anticipate numbers.

CELT AM207, CELT seminar room, Arts Millennium Building
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Thursday, 14 May 2015 Organiser Location
Adult Learning Week

Adult Learning Week is an opportunity to discover all the flexible, part-time courses that NUI Galway has to offer. Each evening will run between 6:30-8:30pm. For a full timetable of events, visit http://www.nuigalway.ie/livelearnwork/

Centre for Adult Learning and Professional Development Arts Millennium building
Ryan Institute SEMINAR 'Agriculture & Environment'

Agriculture & Environment' by Prof. Cathal O’Donoghue Head of Rural Economy and Development Programme, Teagasc, Athenry

Ryan Institute Orbsen Building Seminar Room (Room 214)
Seminar: Can Irish be Sold Outside the Gaeltacht? A Critical Sociolinguistic Investigation of the Contemporary Promotion of Irish in Business

Seminar by ara Brennan of Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh - Can Irish be Sold Outside the Gaeltacht? A Critical Sociolinguistic Investigation of the Contemporary Promotion of Irish in Business. 


For more information please see http://www.nuigalway.ie/mooreinstitute/site/view/2039/

The Moore Institute The Moore Institute seminar room, G010, Hardiman research building
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Friday, 15 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Saturday, 16 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Sunday, 17 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Monday, 18 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room
REEL Lives Film Festival

4th Reel Lives Film Festival: Free Films Celebrating Ageing Free public lunchtime screenings of international films and Irish shorts, celebrating ageing, are on offer all week at 1 pm from May 18th-22nd in the auditorium of NUIG’s new ILAS (Institute for Lifecourse and Society) building in Corrib Village, Upper Newcastle Road. For further information contact event organiser, Alison Herbert, 091-495461 / 087-2830757. Full details of the film programme are on: www.icsg.ie/news

Irish Centre for Social Gerontology Auditorium / Institute for Lifecourse and Society
Lecture: What could be after Geographic Information Systems (GIS)?

The Ryan Institute GIS Centre invites you to a talk by Dr. Hui Lin, Professor and Director of Institute of Space and Earth Information Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Dr. Lin will discuss how virtual geographic environments (VGE) may be a new approach and framework for dynamic modelling such as wild fire modelling and air pollution spreading simulation and extending geoprocessing beyond traditional GIS.

GIS Centre Ryan Institute NCBES Seminar Room, Orbsen Building


Tuesday, 19 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room
REEL Lives Film Festival

4th Reel Lives Film Festival: Free Films Celebrating Ageing Free public lunchtime screenings of international films and Irish shorts, celebrating ageing, are on offer all week at 1 pm from May 18th-22nd in the auditorium of NUIG’s new ILAS (Institute for Lifecourse and Society) building in Corrib Village, Upper Newcastle Road. For further information contact event organiser, Alison Herbert, 091-495461 / 087-2830757. Full details of the film programme are on: www.icsg.ie/news

Irish Centre for Social Gerontology Auditorium / Institute for Lifecourse and Society


Wednesday, 20 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room
REEL Lives Film Festival

4th Reel Lives Film Festival: Free Films Celebrating Ageing Free public lunchtime screenings of international films and Irish shorts, celebrating ageing, are on offer all week at 1 pm from May 18th-22nd in the auditorium of NUIG’s new ILAS (Institute for Lifecourse and Society) building in Corrib Village, Upper Newcastle Road. For further information contact event organiser, Alison Herbert, 091-495461 / 087-2830757. Full details of the film programme are on: www.icsg.ie/news

Irish Centre for Social Gerontology Auditorium / Institute for Lifecourse and Society
UNESCO CFRC Lunch Time Research Seminar Series

The UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre would like to invite you to Lunch Time Research Seminar Series at which staff and PhD students at the Centre will share their research project findings and open up an informal discussion for the audience on their research topic. Each session will last for 40minutes, starting at 1.00pm including 20 minutes presentation followed by 20 minutes questions and discussion. The seminars will be held in the Institute for Lifecourse and Society on fortnightly basis, every second Wednesday beginning March, 11th until June 3rd. Lunch will be provided for each session.


The lunch time seminars will give us an opportunity to create space and time for people to present their research and share it with wider University community, as well as help us reflect on work being carried out by colleagues and encourage discussion among the audience in a friendly environment.


If you would like to attend any of these sessions, please leave your name in the link here http://doodle.com/n2wssmbthqiphedr Kind regards, Iwona 091495734

UNECO Child and Family Research Centre ILAS, Room G009


Thursday, 21 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room
REEL Lives Film Festival

4th Reel Lives Film Festival: Free Films Celebrating Ageing Free public lunchtime screenings of international films and Irish shorts, celebrating ageing, are on offer all week at 1 pm from May 18th-22nd in the auditorium of NUIG’s new ILAS (Institute for Lifecourse and Society) building in Corrib Village, Upper Newcastle Road. For further information contact event organiser, Alison Herbert, 091-495461 / 087-2830757. Full details of the film programme are on: www.icsg.ie/news

Irish Centre for Social Gerontology Auditorium / Institute for Lifecourse and Society


Friday, 22 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room
REEL Lives Film Festival

4th Reel Lives Film Festival: Free Films Celebrating Ageing Free public lunchtime screenings of international films and Irish shorts, celebrating ageing, are on offer all week at 1 pm from May 18th-22nd in the auditorium of NUIG’s new ILAS (Institute for Lifecourse and Society) building in Corrib Village, Upper Newcastle Road. For further information contact event organiser, Alison Herbert, 091-495461 / 087-2830757. Full details of the film programme are on: www.icsg.ie/news

Irish Centre for Social Gerontology Auditorium / Institute for Lifecourse and Society


Saturday, 23 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Sunday, 24 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Monday, 25 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Tuesday, 26 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Wednesday, 27 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Thursday, 28 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room
Digital Scholarship Seminar: 'Poetic Diction: Tokens and Change'

Digital Scholarship Seminar: 'Poetic Diction: Tokens and Change' by Brad Pasanek of the University of Virginia.

Classics Hardiman Building G010


Friday, 29 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Saturday, 30 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


Sunday, 31 May 2015 Organiser Location
Spotlight Exhibition

Notes from nature: natural history in NUI Galway's Special Collections

James Hardiman Library Special Collections James Hardiman Library Special Collections Reading Room


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