Events

Town Hall on the Future of Higher Education in Ireland

Maynooth University and Maynooth Students’ Union will host a town hall candidates’ debate on the future of Irish higher education and research funding on Tuesday, 4 February, 2020 at 12:30pm. All Maynooth University staff and students are invited to attend.

When: Tuesday, 04 February 2020

Where: Rye Hall, North Campus

Building a Career at Microsoft Ireland

Interactive insights event with the team at Microsoft - register for FREE to talk roles, culture and find out more about Microsoft Ireland

When: Friday, 21 January 2022

Where: Online

Reimagining Academic Freedom - Open Society University Network Global Observatory on Academic Freedom First Bi-Annual Conference

The GOAF First Bi-Annual Conference will launch the work of the Global Observatory on Academic Freedom. The conference will present the findings of the Annual Report 2020/2021 and accompanying papers, liaise with the academic community – researchers in the field, as well as relevant policy makers and students. It will be an opportunity to present the global developments in the field of academic freedom and provide a platform to debate the most pertinent issues that have arisen in 2020/2021.

When: Thursday, 20 January 2022 to Friday, 21 January 2022

Where: Online

Forced Displacement and Afghanistan, MU Sanctuary Lecture 2022

MU Sanctuary Lecture 2022, which addresses the theme of "Forced Displacement and Afghanistan".

When: Wednesday, 19 January 2022

Where: via Zoom -see registration link below

Erasmus Blended Intensive Programme at University of Duisburg-Essen - Information Session

An information session for current second year sociology students at Maynooth University to learn more about a funded 5-day study abroad programme (on the theme of "Inequality in Europe and Beyond") at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany in June 2022.

When: Wednesday, 19 January 2022

Where: Zoom

Minister Harris to open Unlocking Potential launch

On Monday January 17th we will launch Unlocking Potential (UP), a project that aims to make higher education more accessible for people with criminal records. UP is led by the Maynooth University Access Programme (MAP) and the Maynooth University School of Law and Criminology, in partnership with the Maynooth Innovation Lab (Mi:Lab), the Irish Prison Service, the Probation Service, the Pathways Centre (City of Dublin Education and Training Board) and the Irish Penal Reform Trust.

When: Monday, 17 January 2022

Where: Zoom

2022 Ethnography Winter School

"Doing ethnography as if gender and sexuality mattered" - this year the Winter School will focus on the far-reaching ways in which feminist and queer scholarship has challenged and transformed ethnography.

When: Monday, 17 January 2022 to Friday, 21 January 2022

Where: Online (via Teams)

The Coronavirus Unveiled: Seeing the Unseen through Computational Microscopy

For second level biology and chemistry teachers and students. Complex carbohydrates are the most abundant biomolecules in Nature and yet the most mysterious, appropriately referred to as “the black matter of biology”.

When: Thursday, 13 January 2022

Where: ZOOM (Online)

CAO Information Evening 2022

Join us for our annual CAO Information Evening on Wednesday January 12th 6-9pm; preparing you for CAO 2022.

When: Wednesday, 12 January 2022

Where: Online

DARE and HEAR Application Information Online Session

REGISTER NOW for the DARE and HEAR Application Presentation and Q&A Sessions will take place online on Saturday 8 Jan 2022 from 10am. This provides an opportunity for students & parent(s)/ guardian(s) to meet members of the DARE & HEAR teams to find out how the scheme works.

When: Saturday, 08 January 2022

Where: Online Event

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