Events

Open Access: A good thing for Research?

To mark both Research Week and Open Access Week, the Library will host a panel discussion on open access and its merits across the disciplines.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2017

Where: Library Flexible learning Space

Open Access: A good thing for Research?

Panel discussion on open access faciltated by Mark Maguire, Dean of Social Sciences to mark MU Research Week and International Open Access Week

When: Thursday, 26 October 2017

Where: Maynooth University Library

Immunology Seminar Series

Prof Malcolm MacLachlan will give a talk entitled, "Making Global Health More Inclusive"

When: Thursday, 26 October 2017

Where: Noel Murphy Seminar Room

Concert: Andreea Banciu & Adrian Mantu (viola & 'cello)

Members of the renowned RTÉ Con Tempo String Quartet, husband-and-wife duo Andreea Banciu & Adrian Mantu present a selection of works for viola and cello accompanied by MU resident accompanist Aileen Cahill. The programme includes music by Bruch, Paganini and Brahms.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2017

Where: Riverstown Hall

Tweeting the smart city: the affective enactments of the smart city on social media

Prof Gillian Rose, University of Oxford, will explore some of the implications of digital media on urban spaces.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2017

Where: Rocque Lab – Rhetoric House, South Campus

Chemistry of Life, talk by Prof. George Thurston, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

This symposium will illustrate how chemistry enhances our everyday life, through the development of new drugs, advanced materials and sensors, which improve our understanding of the world around us and increase our capacity to diagnose and treat disease.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2017

Where: Physics/Chemistry lab, Science Building, North Campus

Closing Reception - Student and post doctorate awards

Awards reception for IRC recipients; postgraduate/ post doctorate; SPUR; Thesis in 3; Postgraduate poster; Post doctorate IGNITE

When: Thursday, 26 October 2017

Where: Iontas Foyer

Pushing Boundaries, Expanding Vistas: Celebrating the work of John Coolahan

This seminar will focus on Professor Emeritus John Coolahan’s multifaceted contributions to education.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2017

Where: Iontas Lecture Theatre

Public talk in Kildare Library - Halloween theme

Just in time for Halloween, Anthropologist Dr Jamie Saris investigates the cultural significance of the zombie and Media Studies Professor Maria Pramaggiore follows with an examination of zombie visions film and television.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2017

Where: Maynooth (Kildare County Council) Library Main Street, Maynooth