Climate Stories

How we tell the story of climate crisis is vital – for now and the future. This event features Tom Comitta, author of The Nature Book (2023) and a panel of MU English scholars with shared research interests in eco-aesthetics and eco-politics. It aims to engage the University community in climate actions and eco-awareness through literature. Participants will be invited to contribute their own climate stories and images in a workshop element facilitated by artist Susan Leen under the theme “Climate 2053”, to imagine adapting to a changed world.    All welcome.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: Iontas 1.33, AHI Seminar

Climate Stories

This event will feature writer and artist Tom Comitta, author of The Nature Book (2023) Professor Axel Goodbody, a leading expert on climate fiction, will give a paper on climate stories in the work of Kim Stanley Robinson, to be followed by a panel featuring scholars from MU English with shared research interests in eco-aesthetics and eco-politics.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: 1.33, AHI Seminar Room, Iontas Building

SMILE Project: Women in Leadership in Higher Education

In this event, we will introduce the SMILE EU Audit plan to participants and describe the utility of using the plan in organizations. We will also discuss policy recommendations that have arisen from the EU SMILE project. We will also facilitate an interactive session around the topic 'Women in Leadership in Higher Education.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: Room 234, School of Education

RTÉ Brainstorm with editor Jim Carroll - want to get published?

Join Jim Carroll, editor of RTÉ Brainstorm, to find out how to get your work published and one-to-one pitch session

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: Training Room B, Ground floor, Library

Research Together: Building relationships and partnering on health focused funding applications

As part of MU research week, the Research Development Office (RDO) is delighted to invite Health Research Charities Ireland (HRCI), its charity members, other civil society organisations and MU researchers to this in person event. Purpose: To foster and build relationships between MU researchers and charitable organisations to co-develop and partner on future National and Horizon Europe research grant applications in the health space. Research Area: Human health and wellbeing in the broadest sense.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: Flexible Learning Room, level 1, John Paul II Library, Maynooth University, Maynooth. W23VP22, Kildare

Entrance Scholarship Awards

Recognising the academic achievements of 73 new MU students in their Leaving Certificate examinations.

When: Wednesday, 25 October 2023

Where: TSI Building

2023 Faculty of Arts, Celtic Studies & Philosophy Dean's Lecture

The 2023 lecture will argue for the urgent necessity to place the question of 'islandness' at the heart of Ireland's cultural and political thinking

When: Wednesday, 25 October 2023

Where: Iontas Building, Maynooth University

Goyescas: Study of the Artistic Relationship between Music and Painting - Music Research Seminars

Goyescas: Study of the Artistic Relationship between Music and Painting

When: Wednesday, 25 October 2023

Where: Bewerunge Room, Logic House, South Campus, Maynooth University

Upcoming RCEN Seminar: Relational Pedagogy & the Relation-Centred Education

Join us for an engaging RCEN seminar on "Relational Pedagogy & the Relation-Centred Education" on 25th October, 4-5pm, at Mussi Conference Room in the Iontas Building. Hear from Professor Sasha Sidorkin, Professor Merete Moe, and Dr Leah O'Toole.

When: Wednesday, 25 October 2023

Where: Mussi Conference room 2.31, 2nd Floor, Iontas Building.