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ALL members publish article in February's Disability and Rehabilitation:Assitive Technology

Assisting Living and Learning (ALL) Institute members; Katriona O’Sullivan, Amy McGrane, Siobhan Long, Kevin Marshall & Malcolm Maclachlan publish article in February's Disability and Rehabilitation:Assitive Technology entitled 'Using a systems thinking approach to understand teachers perceptions and use of assistive technology in the republic of Ireland.'

Thursday, 18 February 2021

A view out a very calm sea from the land, the sun is setting and its light is stretching in a path across the water


Maynooth University colleagues, Dr Derek Barter (Dept. of Adult and Community Education and ALL member) and Jennifer Lloyd Hughes (Civic Engagement Coordinator with MU’s Experiential Learning Office), have just secured EU funding as part of an international consortium for Foundations for Futures Europe. The aim is to develop a network of Higher Education and Civil Society partners to engage citizens in debates and discussion groups around the future direction of the European project. The FFE network consists of Maynooth University; the university of Novi Sad, Serbia; Pecs University, Hungary; The European Anti-Poverty Network, Ireland; The Hellenic Anti-Poverty Network, Greece and URKRAFT, Sweden.

Wednesday, 17 February 2021

Funding: National University of Ireland (NUI) Travelling Doctoral Studentships in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences 2021

The National University of Ireland (NUI) Travelling Doctoral Studentships in the Humanities and Social Sciences 2021 are now open for applications. These Studentships are open to NUI graduates in all academic disciplines of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

Wednesday, 17 February 2021

Congratulations to Fr Samuel Udogbo on Successfully Defending his PhD

Sociology postgraduate research student, Samuel Udogbo, successfully defended his PhD at his Viva Voce Exam on 16 February 2021 for his research on Ogoni people’s resistance in Nigeria

Wednesday, 17 February 2021

Love Data Week 2021 - Recordings

Links to Love Data week 2021 recordings

Friday, 12 February 2021

European Union Flag

Europe for Citizens Partnership

An international consortium led by Maynooth University colleagues from The Experiential Learning Office and the Department of Adult and Community Education has recently received funding under the Europe for Citizens Programme. The Foundations for Future Europe project will engage citizens from the 5 partner countries in discussions about the future of the European Project, leading to the development of an educational resource park and an open-access journal focused on citizen engagement with European social policy and economic, social, cultural (ESC) rights.

Thursday, 11 February 2021

Emma Smith Profile ALL Institute

ALL Institute member, Dr. Emma Smith, has been awarded the highly prestigious Marie Sklowdowska Curie Actions Individual Fellowship

The ALL Institute is pleased to share that Dr. Emma Smith, Postdoctoral Researcher, has been awarded a highly prestigious Marie Sklowdowska Curie Actions Individual Fellowship (approximately EUR185 000 over 2 years) from the European Commission Horizon 2020 program.

Wednesday, 10 February 2021

Dr Lynsey Black will be working with one undergraduate student on the SPUR Project, 'Gender, Crime & Criminal Justice'

. The SPUR project (Summer Programme for Undergraduate Research) facilitates students to take on challenging research projects in a paid capacity, offering an opportunity to gain valuable research skills and work experience.

Monday, 08 February 2021

Endnote Desktop now available for staff and students

Endnote Desktop available to download

Monday, 08 February 2021

Dr Bríd Ní Ghráinne has been awarded funding for her project on the protection of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs)

Dr Bríd Ní Ghráinne will be recruiting an undergraduate law student to work with her on the project ‘Ulterior Motives: “Protecting” Internally Displaced Persons.’ Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) are persons who have been forced to leave their homes as a result of armed conflict, violence, human rights violations or natural or human-made disasters, but who remain within their country. IDPs have similar wants and fears as refugees. They also have similar needs, such as access to shelter, food, medicine, and protection from the effects of armed conflict. However, unlike refugees, IDPs have traditionally been ignored by the international community notwithstanding the fact that IDPs outnumber refugees by about 2:1 (numbering 40 million at the end of 2019).

Friday, 05 February 2021