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NUIG adds new scholarships for refugees and Travellers

To mark World Refugee Day today, NUI Galway has announced it will expand its University of Sanctuary Scholarship Programme in the coming year from...

NUIG Biomedical Engineer named as ‘visionary’ in list of Innovators Under 35

A Biomedical Engineer at NUI Galway has been named as one of ten global visionaries in MIT Technology Review’s prestigious annual list of Innovators...

NUIG to hold online graduation next week for 155 students

NUI Galway will hold its Summer Virtual Conferring next week which will be broadcast live to 155 graduates and their families through Facebook. A video...

NUIG hosting leaders from universities in four countries to address challenges of Covid-19

NUI Galway is holding an online seminar with the heads of universities from four countries this week on the challenges facing higher education with...

Social media overload makes people susceptible to Covid-19 misinformation NUIG study shows

People who are overloaded with social media content are more likely to share Covid-19 misinformation online an NUIG study has found. The Covid-19 crisis has...

Professor at NUIG awarded prestigious Global Leadership Award

A Professor of Medicine at NUI Galway has been awarded the Dr John P. Bilezikian ISCD Global Leadership Award by the International Society for...

Workplace bullying costs economy €239 million a year NUIG study suggests

Workplace bullying costs the Irish economy €239 million a year in lost productivity a new study from NUI Galway has suggested. Statistical research examining the...

NUIG student is youngest ever winner of Mary Mulvihill media award

NUIG student James Hayes has been named the 2020 winner of the €2,000 Mary Mulvihill Award, a science media competition for third level students. Seventeen...

NUIG study finds most home repossessions are by banks, not vulture funds

The vast majority of home repossessions in Ireland are carried out by 'household name' banks a new study from NUIG has revealed, rather than...

NUIG Prof leading Covid-19 taskforce on international travel medicine

Professor Gerard Flaherty from NUIG has been appointed to head up an Covid-19 task force to provide public health guidance on resuming international travel. The...

NUIG Students’ Union welcomes University’s decision to abandon 4% rent hike

NUI Galway Students’ Union has today welcomed the University’s decision to provide a rent rebate for on-campus student accommodation for 2020/21. This means that in...

NUIG survey asks how working remotely is affecting you?

One of the biggest changes to the Irish economy in the coronavirus pandemic has been the extraordinary amount of people who are now working...

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...

Undergraduate Open Day at NUIG to be held online for first time

NUI Galway's Undergraduate Open Day will be held online for the first time on Thursday, 7 May. The Open Day will give students, parents and...

NUIG Access Centre highlights opportunities for mature students and school leavers

Mature students and early school leavers wondering whether or not to take the plunge into higher education, now of all times, can get some...

Two NUIG researchers to represent Ireland at Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting

Two researchers from NUI Galway have been selected to represent Ireland at the 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. Dr Joseph Byrne and Dr Adele Gabba...

NUIG study finds dangerous E. coli strain in over 90% of Irish rivers

A new study from NUIG has found E. coli bacteria in rivers, lakes, and beaches across Ireland, including many which are designated Excellent by...

NUIG developed wipes that can trap viruses delivered to frontline services

The first shipments of a new type of decontamination wipe developed in Galway that could help fight the spread of coronavirus have been delivered...

Housing rights must be central to EU’s Covid-19 response NUIG human rights expert says

The EU should avoid the mistakes of the 2009 crisis by ensuring that human rights, and particularly housing rights are embedded within its response...
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Connacht Rugby signs Alex Wootton in one year loan from Munster

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Tuam Bypass closing for two days next week

The N17 Tuam Bypass will be closing in phases for two days next week in order to allow maintenance works to take place. The intention...

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