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Local scientists show the government how microplastic is polluting our waterways

A group of scientists from Galway have outlined to the government how Ireland's freshwater and marine bodies are heavily contaminated with microplastic. Dr. Róisín Nash...

Hundreds of students line Eyre Street for Donegal Tuesday

Students are out in huge numbers today to celebrate Donegal Tuesday, the main event of the unofficial Rag Week. Each year hundreds of students line...

Galway’s finest chefs put on a spectacular spread for the 2019 Hospitality Ball

Local producers and some of the best chefs in Galway put their heads together to showcase what local talent can do with local ingredients...

GMIT hosting EU conference on creating network of hotel and catering schools

Professionals and in the hotel, catering and tourism industries from around Europe are coming to a conference at GMIT next week aimed at setting...

New wave of female entrepreneurs graduate from EMPOWER programme at GMIT

The second round of participants in the EMPOWER programme for female entrepreneurs at GMIT recently emerged from a Dragon's Den style roasting where the...

NUI Galway and GMIT co-hosting ecology conference

NUI Galway and GMIT will co-host 170 ecologists from around the world this month at a conference to tackle the issues around protecting our...

GMIT medical student wins international prize for HPV project

Hayley Foy-Stones, a Medical Science student at GMIT, has won top national international awards for research project into HPV and its links to cancer. Her...

Cutting edge teaching projects at Galway colleges share in multi-million fund

NUI Galway and Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology are sharing in €1.65 million of funding to create innovative projects to enhance teaching and learning. This funding is...

GMIT Professor takes four trophies at world weightlifting championship

GMIT's Dr David Mac Hale pulled his weight at the Raw World Powerlifting Championships in the United States recently, taking home four trophies. After only taking...

GMIT renews programme supporting female entrepreneurs

GMIT is launching the second cycle of its regional EMPOWER programme to encourage female entrepreneurs to get themselves into the business world. The EMPOWER programme...

Rare arctic whales found off Irish coast

A three year study of Ireland's Atlantic waters recorded many incredible things that have enhanced our knowledge of offshore species and habitats. Among the things...

GMIT student takes top prize at national engineering competiton

Paul Casey, a third year engineering student at GMIT has won first place at the national MIDAS Electronic Project Competition. The Portumna man, who is doing...

GMIT students takes home coveted Student of the Year prize

A GMIT student won Student of the Year at the Q Mark Awards this week for the fourth year running. Margaret Murray from Claregalway was...

GMIT Mayo campus welcomes students with Open Day and Careers Fair

GMIT is helping new and finishing students find their next step on the path this week by holding an Open Day and Graduate Careers...

GMIT student shortlisted for national engineering award

Third Year electrical engineering student at GMIT Paul Casey has been shortlisted for the national MIDAS Electronic Project Competition. Paul is a Third Year student...

Galway’s Student Unions join forces for Mental Health awareness campaign

The Students' Unions at NUI Galway and GMIT have joined forces for 'Mental Health Mondays', a new awareness campaign. The awareness campaign, which launched today,...

More than 80 employers will be looking to hire at GMIT’s careers fair next week

More than 80 employers and organisation, including multinational giants, will be showcasing opportunities for graduates at GMIT's Careers Fair next week. The Careers Fair is...

GMIT is Loving Galway with its Green Open Day promoting keeping the city clean

GMIT is celebrating keeping Galway environmentally friendly with its third annual Green Open Day on next week as part of the Loving Galway festival. The...

Students stake their spot in Eyre Square with Crisis Campout protesting lack of accommodation

Students from GMIT and NUI Galway have set up shop in Eyre Square this evening for a Crisis Campout to highlight the shortage of...

GMIT Art students create eclectic exhibition for Galway Culture Night

Twelve Art graduates from GMIT; painters, sculptors, film-makers and other forms of artist, have created an exciting exhibition for Culture Night in Galway this...
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