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MU Law student receives prestigious award

Maynooth University student, Marwa Zamir, has been named Law Student of the Year 2024 at the Dye and Durham Irish Law Awards, held last Friday.

Thursday, 20 June 2024

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Teaching & Learning Showcase 2024

CTL announces Teaching & Learning Showcase 2024

Thursday, 02 May 2024

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Careers and Employability Service | Academic Staff Survey 2024 - We want to hear from you!

We would be very grateful if academic staff could take 3 minutes to complete this survey for the Careers and Employability Service.

Wednesday, 01 May 2024

Professor Julian Go of the University of Chicago delivered a keynote lecture about his newest book

Professor Go’s Policing Empires demonstrates that this is nothing new and looks at how and why police brought the war home, situating this in relation to imperial feedback loops, the ‘imperial boomerang’.

Wednesday, 01 May 2024

‘Lived Fiction’ Goes on Stage: Reflecting on a Major Milestone for the DANCING Project and the Collaboration with Stopgap

A contemporary dance piece ‘Lived Fiction’ premiered at Dublin’s Lir Academy Theatre in collaboration with Project Arts Centre (PAC). The piece was commissioned by DANCING, a European Research Council (ERC) funded academic research project based at Maynooth University.

Wednesday, 01 May 2024

Overview of Robotics & AI in Agriculture

23rd May 2024 MSc Robotics and Embedded AI Webinar 11:00-11:30

Tuesday, 30 April 2024

Maynooth University welcomes His Excellency Vincent Guérend, the esteemed French Ambassador to Ireland

Ambassador Guérend delivered a captivating keynote address, delving into the intricate intersections of law and diplomacy, to a captivated audience comprising of students, esteemed faculty members, Lyon colleagues, and distinguished guests. The event not only celebrated the longstanding collaboration between Maynooth and UCLy but also marked the new BCL Law and Languages programme, a collaborative effort between the School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures.

Friday, 26 April 2024

The Sunday Business Post features IrelandQCI

SETU’s Walton Institute is leading the €10m IrelandQCI project on behalf of the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre CONNECT, jointly funded by the European Commission, ESA and the Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications. A consortium of partners - including Prof Jiri Vala, Dept of Theoretical Physics - is currently one year into the two-and-a-half-year project.

Friday, 26 April 2024

Front cover of paper back copy of Global Education National Histories in Europe Volume 1

Histories of Global Education in Europe

This month, Dr. Eilish Dillon of the Department of International Development has published a chapter in the latest book published by the Global Education Network Europe (GENE), ‘Global Education National Histories in Europe: Volume 1’, edited by Annette Scheunpflug and Liam Wegimont. This book, which was published to coincide with GENE’s 50th Roundtable in April 2024, with volume 2 to follow, brings together short national histories of Global Education in a selection of European countries.

Thursday, 25 April 2024

Maynooth Law Graduate, Dr Mariza Avgeri, wins European Law PhD Thesis Prize for thesis on Transgender Asylum Seekers

Maynooth Law Graduate, Dr Mariza Avgeri, wins European Law PhD Thesis Prize for thesis on Transgender Asylum Seekers

Tuesday, 23 April 2024

LGBTQ+ rights in a Global Context: Spotlight on India'

MU SexGen and the School of Law and Criminology hosted LGBTQ+ rights in a Global Context: Spotlight on India' as part of MU 2024 Social Justice Week

Tuesday, 23 April 2024

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