The fellowship honours individuals determined to have made outstanding achievements to social progress and development.
Date: Friday, 21 January 2022
Minister Harris, MU President, former students and higher education policymakers launch Unlocking Potential website, toolkit and scholarship fund
Over 230 persons attend the launch of Unlocking Potential (UP), a project aiming to make higher education more accessible for people with convictions.
Date: Wednesday, 19 January 2022
Dr David Cowan, Maynooth University law Department, is to facilitate a panel on Alternative Careers & LawTech, one of four panels in the Society of Computers and Law Legal Tech Online Conference, which features a keynote by Mr Justice Frank Clarke, former Chief Justice of Ireland.
Date: Thursday, 13 January 2022
Across the series, Dr Joe Garrihy explores the educational journeys and experiences of students with criminal convictions including the barriers faced and the remarkable resilience of those who have achieved their goals.
Date: Wednesday, 12 January 2022
This book is a leading commentary on the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
Date: Tuesday, 11 January 2022
Dr Aisling McMahon awarded European Research Council (ERC) grant worth €1.5million for ‘PatentsInHumans’ project
Pioneering research on the bioethical implications of patents over technologies relating to the human body funded by European Research Council Starting Grant
Date: Monday, 10 January 2022
The firm has announced that, building on its initial post-launch success, the Matheson Virtual Experience Programme (VEP) has now been integrated into student modules and coursework in a number of third-level colleges including NUI Galway (NUIG); University of Limerick (UL) and Maynooth University (MU).
Date: Thursday, 06 January 2022
The Unlocking Potential (UP) project that aims to make higher education more accessible for people with criminal records. UP is led by the Maynooth University Access Programme (MAP) and the Maynooth University School of Law and Criminology, in partnership with the Maynooth Innovation Lab (Mi:Lab), the Irish Prison Service, the Probation Service, the Pathways Centre (City of Dublin Education and Training Board) and the Irish Penal Reform Trust.
Date: Wednesday, 05 January 2022
Dr Neil Maddox chaired a webinar hosted by the Department of Law at Maynooth University titled, Fertility Preservation for Children with Cancer: The Legal and Regulatory Context.
This webinar was linked to his current work on a project concerned with the novel and complex issues presented by technological developments in the area of fertility preservation for children with cancer.
Date: Tuesday, 04 January 2022
Louise Kennefick, Deirdre Healy and Niamh Wade publish article in the latest issue of Probation Quarterly
The article stems from a wider study that aims to provide a comprehensive and multi-faceted account of probation practice in Ireland from the perspective of key stakeholders from the 1960s to present day.
Date: Wednesday, 22 December 2021