Workshop series 2021

Dr. Ian Marder delivers series of online presentations and workshops in spring 2021

In recent weeks, Dr. Marder has organised workshops and given several talks to student, academic and professional audiences.

Friday, 07 May 2021

Library Update

Wednesday, May 05 2021

Wednesday, 05 May 2021

Maynooth University Department of Law hosts Early Career Research event in collaboration with the Department of Law at University of Modena

On 29 April, the Department of Law at Maynooth University were delighted to virtually host the early career research event entitled ‘New Frontiers, Contemporary Challenges and Intersections in Legal Research’, in collaboration with the Department of Law at University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (UniMoRE).

Tuesday, 04 May 2021

New Publication: Ireland [1913]

The volume contains the first, and only, English translation of Richard Bermann’s Ireland, produced by Dr Leesa Wheatley, a professional translator and author of a major study on German travel writing on Ireland since 1780, and Professor Florian Krobb, School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Maynooth University, who counts amongst his specialisms the writings of Richard Arnold Bermann (1883-1939), one of the most prominent and the most travelled of journalists of the first decades of the 20th century.

Tuesday, 04 May 2021

"What goes around comes around"

The study highlights the influence of the founders' international experience when applying organisational-level policies and practices.

Tuesday, 04 May 2021

Research Project: Non-Traditional Pathways to Parenthood

A growing number of families in Ireland are impacted by a lack of legal recognition of the relationship between parents and their children, yet there has been little research into the social, legal and personal issues that arise from this. Through an online survey and interviews with affected parents, this study will document the experiences of Irish families formed using donor-conception, surrogacy and adoption, pathways to parenthood which mostly remain legally unrecognised. This includes opposite-sex couples, same-sex couples and individual parents who may or may not be legally recognised as parents to their children. It is hoped that this study will contribute to a better understanding of the current issues facing families, in addition to informing advocacy with respect to the content of the forthcoming Assisted Human Reproduction Bill.

Friday, 30 April 2021

What enables people to improvise at work to find best solutions?

This research indicates that mindfulness at work brings numerous benefits for both the employees and the organization.

Thursday, 29 April 2021

Does employee satisfaction matter?

Employee satisfaction may not be as important as is originally thought. Instead perceptions of price are more important for customer satisfaction.

Thursday, 29 April 2021

Congratulations on the launch of the Charter for Community Education

The Three Pillars group launched the Charter for Community Education at a hugely successful webinar event hosted by EPALE and Leargas.

Wednesday, 28 April 2021

New open access agreement

New open access agreement with the Institute of Physics

Wednesday, 28 April 2021