Public Lecture

Concert: MU Early Music Vocal Ensemble

A concert featuring music by Arcadelt, Lassus and Tallis, directed by Cathal Twomey.

When: Thursday, 27 April 2017

Where: St Mary's Church of Ireland, Maynooth (at South Campus gates)

Anthropology Seminar Series, Cacique Guarani Kaiowá Ládio Verón

The meeting with Cacique Guarani Kaiowá Ládio Verón will bring attention to the growing violence imposed on indigenous peoples in Brazil.

When: Thursday, 27 April 2017

Where: Anthropology Seminar Room, RH2.20 Rowan House

Seminar: Prof. Christopher Gibbs (Columbia University)

‘“Who shall stand beside him?”: Franz Schubert’s response to the death of Beethoven’

When: Friday, 28 April 2017

Where: Bewerunge Room, Logic House

Book Launch - Community Education and Neoliberalism; Philosophies, Practices and Policies in Ireland

Camilla Fitzsimons Official Book Launch - May 2nd at 5pm, Main Foyer, School of Education, North Campus, Maynooth University, Co. Kildare

When: Tuesday, 02 May 2017

Where: Maynooth University, School of Education - Main Foyer

Seminar: Postgraduate Research Students

A selection of papers from our postgraduate research community

When: Friday, 05 May 2017

Where: Bewerunge Room, Logic House

MUOrchestra Performance

The Maynooth University Orchestra presents its annual end-of-year concert featuring a range of works from Bach to Gershwin.

When: Friday, 05 May 2017

Where: Riverstown Hall

MU Chamber Choir concert

The award-winning Maynooth University Chamber Choir perform a programme of Byrd, Tallis, Bruckner and Guilleaume in their end-of-year concert.

When: Sunday, 14 May 2017

Where: College Chapel, Maynooth

Nutrition and Resilience

Maynooth Green Campus and Trocaire are hosting a talk by Ann Tutwiler, Director General, Biodiversity International on Nutrition and Resilience All Welcome

When: Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Where: Bewerunge Room, Logic House

Irish Quantum Foundations 2017

Irish Quantum Foundations 2017 takes place at UCD this year on May 25-26. The IQF meetings present the current year's most exciting developments in theoretical physics. They cover a broad range of topics within physics and give newly arrived and early career researchers a chance to present themselves. There will also be an associated public lecture (details to be announced)

When: Thursday, 25 May 2017 to Friday, 26 May 2017

Where: University College Dublin