Stephanie Thompson featured in Irish Times Smart Choices

PhD candidate at the Department of Law, Stephanie Thompson, is featured in today’s Irish Times Smart Choices supplement. From being an early school leaver to finding herself enthralled by law on a PLC in business administration and legal studies she went on to study in Carlow IT and was later accepted to the MA in Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice at Maynooth University. Today, Stephanie is a PhD candidate at the Department of Law and John Hume scholar. Stephanie talks about her fiery independent spirit, her determination and her devotion to her son Stephen and thanks further education every day.

Tuesday, 08 September 2020

Lorna Lopez - Biology - Maynooth University

Dr Lorna Lopez awarded €1.5M European Research Council (ERC) grant

Maynooth University congratulates Dr Lorna Lopez on receiving a prestigious European Research Council (ERC) grant for her genetic research examining circadian rhythms in families.

Friday, 04 September 2020

New collection explores gender inequality in Irish society

Edited by Dr. Pauline Cullen and Prof. Mary P Corcoran Department of Sociology.

Thursday, 03 September 2020

MU publishes research showing 75% of Leaving Cert students prefer calculated grades

Maynooth University has published research looking at the wellbeing of Leaving Certificate students in the context of Covid-19 school closures, as well as students’ views and perceptions of the Leaving Certificate exam cancellations, the calculated grades system and access to third level education.

Thursday, 03 September 2020

Biology - Experiment in a Lab - Maynooth University

Lonsdale Institute study finds critical link between muscle damage in muscular dystrophy and immune system

A new study by the Kathleen Lonsdale Institute for Human Health Research at Maynooth University has unveiled a critical link between the immune system and skeletal muscle wasting.

Wednesday, 02 September 2020

Dr Donal Coffey has recently published an article in the Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly

This article looks at the way that constitutional law within the British Empire influenced the development of constitutional law in the United Kingdom in the inter-War period. The first section describes the contours of public law in British academia in the 1920s and 1930s. The second section analyses four core textbooks to chart the influence of imperial law on them. The final sections look at specific subject areas - citizenship, habeas corpus, and parliamentary sovereignty - and looks in details at how these core doctrines of British constitutional law were influenced by imperial law.

Wednesday, 02 September 2020

European research council:  Established by the European Commission

Launch of ALL Project: DANCING

The Project is being led by Prof. Delia Ferri of the Department of Law and is being funded by the ERC.

Tuesday, 01 September 2020

IEEE Senior Member

Electronic Engineering staff member Dr Indrakshi Dey elevated to senior IEEE member

Tuesday, 01 September 2020

Eolas Building

Doctoral Scholarship in Computer Science

Doctoral Scholarship in Computer Science, 4 years Evolving Deep Neural Networks

Tuesday, 01 September 2020

Irish Country House Architecture lecture series

The CSHIHE is delighted to be collaborating with the Irish Georgian Society on the Irish Country House Architecture lecture series

Tuesday, 01 September 2020