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Seven NUIG projects to respond to coronavirus emergency

Seven new NUI Galway projects have been announced today to respond to the COVID-19 emergency. The projects, announced by by Minister Heather Humphreys TD, are...

NUIG makes changes to 2020/21 academic year

NUIG is making significant changes to the timetable and teaching methodology of the upcoming 2020/21 academic year in response to the impact of the...

Student Accommodation providers must offer refunds TD insists

Student accommodation providers must provide refunds to people who had to leave college due to the Covid-19 pandemic a Galway TD has said. Roscommon-Galway TD...

Galway team create system that lets two people be treated with one ventilator simultaneously

Researchers in Galway have designed a new ventilation system that allows two patients to be treated at once using just a single ventilator. In what...

NUIG holding virtual graduation ceremony for over 300 students

More than 300 students at NUIG will be foregoing the usual robes and gowns for an online graduation ceremony next week as the university...

NUI Galway researchers refocus research to fight COVID-19

NUI Galway is reviewing its healthcare research and looking at ways it can help fight the spread of COVID-19. Researchers at the university are examining...

NUIG President asks landlords for “care and compassion” towards students

The President of NUI Galway has asked landlords and property owners to show compassion to students during the Covid-19 crisis.

Coronavirus: NUIG confirms two cases among student body

NUIG has said that there have been two confirmed cases of Covid-19 coronavirus among its student body, both of who are...

NUIG secures €4 million EU project to make chemicals with solar power

NUI Galway has secured a €4 million EU project in sustainable manufacturing to produce chemicals using solar power.

Students camp out at NUIG in protest against rent increase

Students from NUI Galway are camping out in the university quadrangle this evening in protest against a 4% rent increase at...

City Councillor calls for NUIG to revoke campus rent increase

Galway City Councillor Eddie Hoare has criticised the decision by NUIG to impose a 4% rent increase on campus accommodation.

Election 2020: Seven party leaders to debate on stage at NUIG

The largest election debate will take place in Galway next week as seven party leaders will be broadcast live from the stage at NUIG. The...

NUIG welcomes University of Sanctuary designation

NUI Galway has welcomed its recent designation as a University of Sanctuary for promoting equal access to higher education and fighting discrimination. The University of...

NUI Galway named as University of Sanctuary

NUI Galway has achieved a benchmark in its approach to inclusivenessby being designated as a University of Sanctuary. The University of Sanctuary initiative aims to...

NUIG climbs world university rankings

NUIG has made a significant jump up global university rankings this week according to newly released figures. The latest Times Higher Education (THE) World University...

NUIG secures €15 million for library redevelopment

NUI Galway has secured €15 million in funding for a large scale redevelopment of the James Hardiman Library on campus. The project is called the...

Director of CÚRAM elected to the Irish Academy of Engineering

Professor Abhay Pandit, Scientific Director of CÚRAM at NUI Galway has been elected to Fellowship of the Irish Academy of Engineering. The Irish Academy of...

Galway man honoured for extraordinary contribution to the west of Ireland

Brendam Smith of the Insight Centre at NUI Galway was honoured with the Cairdeas Award this week for his extraordinary contributions to young people...

NUIG wins Law School of the Year award

NUI Galway was named Law School of the Year at the prestigious Irish Law Awards last week. With a strong reputation for legal research and...

Public invited to share views on €200 million Nuns’ Island redevelopment

NUI Galway is holding a two day public consultation this month on plans for a €200 million redevelopment of Nuns' Island. The university began work...
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Coronavirus: 9 Covid-19 deaths, but no new Galway cases

The deaths of 9 people with Covid-19 have been reported to the Department of Health today, along with 59 new confirmed cases. The death toll...

Nightly water restrictions imposed in Ballinasloe

Night time water restrictions have been imposed in the Ballinasloe area this week due to increased demand and dropping reservoir levels. Irish Water and Galway...

World Cup of Galway Restaurants and Takeaways – Group E!

The last 16 is closing in - just three more groups remain. But first we must vote for our favourites in Group E! Shake Dog...

LEADER boost of €71,000 confirmed for projects in Kilcornan and Lackagh

Confirmation of LEADER funding of almost €71,000 for different projects in Galway has been welcomed. Galway Rural Development has been awarded €35,000 for a biodiversity...

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