Dr Karen Lynch Shally invited as guest speaker at the Business Law and Governance Research Group at Newcastle Law School

Dr Lynch Shally was discussing her recent publication in the Irish Journal of European Law (IJEL) which assesses the role of the new EU representative action in Irish financial services.

Monday, 23 January 2023

Chemistry - lab - Maynooth University

Funded PhD Studentship Opportunity

Applications are invited for funded PhD studentships in Materials Chemistry and Electrochemistry in the Department of Chemistry at Maynooth University. The project, which is funded by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland, involves the fabrication of new electrocatalytic materials that can be employed in the generation of green hydrogen through the splitting of water.

Friday, 20 January 2023

Dr Neil Maddox speaks on the popular podcast The Fifth Court

In the new episode of the popular podcast 'The Fifth Court', Dr. Neil Maddox discusses compulsory vaccination, and the extent to which people can refuse any medical treatment, as well as the civil liberties concerns raised by the Government response to the recent Covid pandemic.

Friday, 20 January 2023

Professors Aphra Kerr & John O'Brennan collaborate on research project assessing the exposure of young people to gambling marketing through sport on the island of Ireland

Professors Aphra Kerr and John O’Brennan of the Department of Sociology at Maynooth University are collaborating with Dr. Paul Kitchin of Ulster University on the YouGaMSI project: Fair Play? Assessing the exposure of young people to gambling marketing through sport on the island of Ireland. This project will be the first of its kind on the island of Ireland.

Thursday, 19 January 2023

IRC Starting Laureate Award for Dr Lynsey Black

The IRC Laureate Awards aim to enhance frontier research in Irish universities, supporting exceptional researchers across all disciplines.

Wednesday, 18 January 2023

Research by Maynooth Labour Economists finds that Irish mothers with a university degree experience a 27 percent earnings penalty following childbirth.

New research by Dr. Aedin Doris, Prof. Donal O'Neill and Dr. Olive Sweetman from the Department of Economics Maynooth University, explores the timing and determinants of the gender wage gap for university educated employees in Ireland. They find that although male and female graduates have similar returns to study field immediately after graduation, a substantial gap soon emerges. This is particularly true when considering women with children and is driven by a 27 percent fall in earnings immediately after childbirth.

Monday, 16 January 2023

Irish Yearbook of International Law Call for Submissions, Volume 15 (2021-2022)

The Yearbook is edited by Richard Collins (QUB), James Gallen (DCU, and Bríd Ní Ghráinne (Maynooth University), is published by Hart-Bloomsbury and is also available on HEIN Online.

Monday, 16 January 2023

Dr Pauline Cullen will join Mapping European Populism Panel: Populism, gender and sexuality in Europe

Dr Pauline Cullen (Maynooth Sociology Department) will join the Mapping European Populism Panel #8: Populism, gender and sexuality in Europe on 26 January 2023 from 3:00pm-5:00pm (CET)

Monday, 16 January 2023

Dr Lauren Kierans launches the European Whistleblowing Institute (EWI) with her co-founders Dr Vigjilenca Abazi, Dr Dimitrios Kafteranis, and Bruno Galzizzi

EWI is an independent organisation driven by a deep passion to enhance innovative research, excellent education, and fact-based policies on whistleblowing.

Friday, 13 January 2023

David Mangan publishes commentary on comparative workforce surveillance

David argues that surveillance has moved from being of the workplace, to being of the workforce. The distinction is between the orthodox fixed location of work and the broad capture area of 21st century surveillance technologies.

Wednesday, 11 January 2023