Refugee exhibition hosted by MU Access funded under Public Service Innovation Fund

An innovative exhibition of photographs by refugees to be co-hosted by Maynooth University Access is among 20 diverse projects to successfully secure funding from this year’s call for ideas under the Public Service Innovation Fund.

Wednesday, 12 May 2021

MIEC students achieve outstanding results in the Chinese National English Competition for College Students

MIEC students are National Prize Winners in the NECCS competition.

Monday, 22 March 2021

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ALL member Dr Katriona O’Sullivan leads The STEM-Passport for Inclusion project funded under SFI Ireland Discover Programme.

ALL member Dr Katriona O’Sullivan leads The STEM-Passport for Inclusion project funded under SFI Ireland Discover Programme. The STEM-Passport for Inclusion project (, led by Dr Katriona O’Sullivan, Department of Psychology and the ALL (Assisting Living & Learning) Institute, aims to transform how disadvantaged women gain access to STEM courses. Young women from socially-economically disadvantaged (SED) backgrounds are not accessing STEM careers, due to a myriad of factors that include a lack role models, reduced STEM capital, and limited availability of STEM subjects.

Monday, 22 March 2021

MU STEM projects funded under €5.2m SFI Ireland Discover Programme

Minister Harris Announces €5.2 Million Investment by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) in 49 Public Engagement and Education Initiatives

Monday, 22 March 2021

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Publication by ALL Co-Director and members on proposed changes to the Irish Mental Health Act

ALL co-director Professor Mac MacLachlan and ALL members Dr Rebecca Murphy and Dr Philip Hyland and Dr Michael Daly have published an Open Letter entitled, 'Why it’s time to stop saying “mental illness”: A commentary on the revision of the Irish Mental Health Act.' in HRB Open Research.

Monday, 22 March 2021

Call for Papers: 3rd Leuven-Maynooth-Edinburgh Brexit Seminar

Call for papers for the 3rd Leuven-Maynooth-Edinburgh Brexit seminar, which will be held on Zoom on 16 June 2021 on the theme "The implications of Brexit: EU and post-EU constitutional and substantive law".

Monday, 22 March 2021

Prof Lock publishes blog on EU's legal action over Northern Ireland

Professor Tobias Lock recently wrote a blog post on Verfassungsblog analysing the European Commission's legal action concerning the UK's unilateral extension of grace periods under the Northern Ireland Protocol.

Friday, 19 March 2021

Maynooth University Conferring 2021

Congratulations to Dr Marianne O'Shea on her recent conferring

Friday, 19 March 2021

New MSc Programmes in Finance

These programmes are designed to produce graduates with the necessary skills and adaptability to forge a successful and sustainable career in the Financial sector.

Thursday, 18 March 2021

Policy & Practice: A Development Education Review 15th Anniversary Edition

We are delighted that two of Dr. Eilish Dillon's articles have been chosen for a special commemorative, fifteenth anniversary collection of the Centre for Global Education's bi-annual, peer reviewed, online journal, 'Policy and Practice: A Development Education Review' - Development Education Review

Thursday, 18 March 2021

Dr Antonio Cascelli at the Early Music Festival

Dr Antonio Cascelli gives a pre-performance talk on the music of Strozzi, Merula and Monteverdi at the Limerick Early Music Festival, Sunday 21st March at 6:15pm

Thursday, 18 March 2021