Seminar

In Conversation with the President of Maynooth University

A great opportunity for alumni to get to know the President, to hear her thoughts on the future of the University and to be a part of the conversation about MU

When: Tuesday, 24 May 2022

Where: Wherever you are!

Ireland Space Industry Day

“SPACE AS A SERVICE” EVENT

When: Wednesday, 25 May 2022

Where: Iontas Building Maynooth University

Hamilton Institute Seminar

SPEAKER: Dr Marco Cognetti, Maynooth University TITLE: "Planning, perception and control for mobile robots"

When: Wednesday, 25 May 2022

Where: Online & In-person

Research for Repro Rights

‘Research for Repro Rights’ Morning seminar 26th May 2022 10am-1pm, SE013 (School of Education)

When: Thursday, 26 May 2022

Where: SE013 (School of Education)

Seminar Series: Impious Itineraries: routes between the British Isles and the Iberian Peninsula - Seminar 1

This seminar series traces the itineraries followed by exiles, diplomatic missions and material objects such as books or gifts to establish the networks of communication that allowed for a material and cultural exchange that sometimes broadened, sometimes narrowed, the religious and political rift between these territories. In these online talks we shall retrace some of these routes following the itineraries of certain objects and people to learn how the route transformed them or how the route was transformed by their passage.

When: Tuesday, 31 May 2022

Where: Zoom

The Changing European Security Landscape and Ireland's Place within it

The Maynooth Centre for European and Eurasian Studies and the Department of Sociology hosts a round table discussion on 'The Changing European Security Landscape and Ireland's Place within it'.

When: Tuesday, 07 June 2022

Where: Arts and Humanities Seminar Room (1.33), Iontas Building

Seminar Series: Impious Itineraries: routes between the British Isles and the Iberian Peninsula - Seminar 2

This seminar series traces the itineraries followed by exiles, diplomatic missions and material objects such as books or gifts to establish the networks of communication that allowed for a material and cultural exchange that sometimes broadened, sometimes narrowed, the religious and political rift between these territories. In these online talks we shall retrace some of these routes following the itineraries of certain objects and people to learn how the route transformed them or how the route was transformed by their passage.

When: Tuesday, 14 June 2022

Where: Zoom

Seminar Series: Impious Itineraries: routes between the British Isles and the Iberian Peninsula - Seminar 3

This seminar series traces the itineraries followed by exiles, diplomatic missions and material objects such as books or gifts to establish the networks of communication that allowed for a material and cultural exchange that sometimes broadened, sometimes narrowed, the religious and political rift between these territories. In these online talks we shall retrace some of these routes following the itineraries of certain objects and people to learn how the route transformed them or how the route was transformed by their passage.

When: Tuesday, 28 June 2022

Where: Zoom