International Youth Work - New Interactive Online Module

New - Module 6 International Youth Work - Launch of new interactive online module Brought to you by Léargas and the National Youth Council of Ireland in Collaboration with Maynooth University, Ireland

Friday, 25 June 2021

Lemons, Bad Lobster and Irish Weavers

See our latest blog post on MU Library Treasures

Thursday, 17 June 2021

Return to Learning Celebration with our Traveller Health Workers

Traveller Health Workers complete the Return to Learning Programme

Wednesday, 02 June 2021

Dr. Nicola Mountord receives Maynooth University Teaching Award

These awards aim to acknowledge the efforts of outstanding individuals or teams that contribute to excellence and innovation in teaching and learning across Maynooth University and enhance student learning.

Friday, 21 May 2021

Student Survey - DACE Consultation for National Access Plan May 2021

The Department of Adult and Community Education, Maynooth University wish to make a submission to this review on behalf of our staff and students. As students of the department, we invite you to answer a series of questions about what you think should be the priorities in the next National Access Plan which we will include in our submission.

Friday, 14 May 2021

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ARRIVE, a Framework for Design Thinking in Business Innovation

Design Innovation is delighted to announce the recent publication of an important new book by Dr Frank Devitt, Martin Ryan and Trevor Vaugh. Much of the research has come from their practice in industry and on developing MU’s award-winning MSc in Design Innovation.

Friday, 07 May 2021

"What goes around comes around"

The study highlights the influence of the founders' international experience when applying organisational-level policies and practices.

Tuesday, 04 May 2021

Research Project: Non-Traditional Pathways to Parenthood

A growing number of families in Ireland are impacted by a lack of legal recognition of the relationship between parents and their children, yet there has been little research into the social, legal and personal issues that arise from this. Through an online survey and interviews with affected parents, this study will document the experiences of Irish families formed using donor-conception, surrogacy and adoption, pathways to parenthood which mostly remain legally unrecognised. This includes opposite-sex couples, same-sex couples and individual parents who may or may not be legally recognised as parents to their children. It is hoped that this study will contribute to a better understanding of the current issues facing families, in addition to informing advocacy with respect to the content of the forthcoming Assisted Human Reproduction Bill.

Friday, 30 April 2021

Open Access deals available for the MU academic community

Help your research reach the widest possible audience

Friday, 16 April 2021

Studying with Electronic Resources

A Mature Student Experience in Literature Online

Wednesday, 14 April 2021