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Three Galway students awarded scholarships in Women in STEM2D programme

Ten students at NUI Galway have been awarded scholarships at a virtual ceremony as part of the Johnson & Johnson Ireland Women in STEM2D...

Over 40 NUIG students and academics honoured at annual NUI awards

More than 40 students and academics at NUI Galway have been honoured at the annual National University of Ireland awards. Twenty-eight of the awardees came...

NUIG launches programme to prepare students for future world of work  

NUI Galway has today launched Designing Futures, a new educational programme that will prepare students to deal with the complexity and uncertainty of life...

NUI Galway project makes free educational material more accessible

A new platform with free reusable materials has been created by NUI Galway for students to use in teaching and research. The Open Educational Resources...

NUI Galway adopts JAM Cards for people with additional needs

NUI Galway has announced the introduction of the JAM Card© initiative on campus for people with additional needs. To mark International Day of Persons with...

Taoiseach unveils plaque at NUIG in honour of Dr Anna O’Coinne

An Taoiseach Micheál Martin has unveiled a commemorative plaque at NUI Galway in honour of Dr Anna O’Coinne, former chairperson and honorary president of...

NUI Galway earns Gold rating for sustainability

NUI Galway has joined an elite group of universities across the world by being recognised with a STARS Gold rating for its sustainability achievements. The...

NUIG launches Speak Out platform for students and staff

NUI Galway has launched its Speak Out online tool for students and staff to anonymously report violence and harassment. The platform is part of a new initiative...

Posthumous PhD awarded to Karzan Sabah D Ahmed

NUI Galway has awarded a posthumous PhD in Environmental Science to researcher Karzan Sabah D Ahmed who was killed in a car crash in...

NUI Galway announces first ever Irish Language Officer

NUI Galway has appointed its first ever Irish Language Officer as part of the University’s Irish Language Strategy for the next four years. Caroline Ní...

Attempted cyber attack on NUI Galway affecting students and staff

An attempted cyberattack on NUI Galway is affecting staff and students today after the University had to disable access between the campus network and...

NUIG awarded €1m to drive equality strategy

NUI Galway has been awarded a special €1million fund to drive the University’s strategy and improvements in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. Minister Simon Harris announced...

NUIG holds orientation for record number of first year students

NUI Galway has launched a special orientation programme to welcome a record intake of first year students to the University for the second year...

21 currachs journey from Inis Oírr to NUI Galway for special exhibition

Twenty-one uniquely decorated currachs have journeyed from Inis Oírr to the NUI Galway campus to officially launch a new partnership between Áras Éanna arts...

NUI Galway receives renewed Bronze Athena SWAN Award

NUI Galway has received a renewed Bronze Athena SWAN Award in recognition of the University’s continued progression on gender equality. The renewal of the award...

Points increase for almost all courses at NUI Galway

Points have risen for 65 of the 69 programmes at NUI Galway this year, with almost half of the courses at the University recording...

NUI Galway staff raise €27,000 for charities

A special scheme which allows NUI Galway staff to donate to charities has raised €26,900, the University has announced today. The college's An Ciste Carthanachta...

200 Galway pupils participate in UNI 4 U programme

Two hundred pupils from three DEIS primary schools in Galway City have received certificates of achievement after participating in this year's UNI 4 U...

NUIG marks World Refugee Day by announcing 12 Scholarship places

Twelve scholarships for the upcoming academic year have been announced by NUI Galway for International Protection Applicants, refugees, vulnerable immigrant groups and Irish Travellers. The...

Tributes paid to Galway businessman and arts patron Donagh O’Donoghue

Tributes have been paid to well known Galway businessman and patron of the arts Donagh O'Donoghue, who passed away this week. O'Donoghue developed many ties...

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