Events

Workshop on Introduction to Qualitative Secondary Analysis: three depth to breadth methods

The second in our series of workshops on qualitative research methods, jointly sponsored with the Department of Sociology and MU Social Sciences Institute. This workshop will introduce cutting-edge debates and techniques of qualitative secondary analysis (QSA). The workshop will be delivered by Dr. Kahryn Hughes (University of Leeds) and Dr. Anna Tarrant (University of Lincoln).

When: Thursday, 19 March 2020

Where: Maynooth University Library Training Room E

Commissioning and Procurement: impacts on Irish civil society advocacy and service delivery Presenting initial research findings from a scoping research exercise.

Presenting the initial research findings from a scoping research exercise to examine the impacts of commissioning and procurement on Irish civil society advocacy and service delivery

When: Thursday, 19 March 2020

Where: St Andrews Resource Centre 116 Pearse Street #114 D02 PR44 Dublin

Born Global Innovations

The Research Seminar Series aims to provide a forum through which to explore different areas of business, with a view to deveioping new ideas. Researchers will discuss their academic work and share their knowledge and reflections on various different topics.

When: Thursday, 19 March 2020

Where: Rye Hall Lecture Theatre (North Campus)

Seminar: Prof. Thomas Irvine

'The Noise Big History Makes: A Global History of Sound for the Anthropocene'.

When: Wednesday, 25 March 2020

Where: Bewerunge Room, Logic House

Postgraduate Research Colloquium

All are welcome to join us for the Music Department's lively postgraduate colloquium.

When: Wednesday, 01 April 2020

Where: Bewerunge Room, Logic House

Postgraduate Research Colloquium

All are welcome to join us for the Music Department's lively postgraduate colloquium.

When: Wednesday, 08 April 2020

Where: Bewerunge Room, Logic House

Conference: EWA20

Registration is now open for the first international EWA conference

When: Wednesday, 15 April 2020 to Thursday, 16 April 2020

Where: Iontas Building, North Campus, Maynooth University

Seminar: Prof. Glenn Stanley

‘Religion and Spirituality in the Life, Thought, and Music of Beethoven’

When: Wednesday, 22 April 2020

Where: Bewerunge Room, Logic House

Too much of a good thing: (Over)-learning from rare events in the reinsurance industry

The Research Seminar Series aims to provide a forum through which to explore different areas of business, with a view to developing new ideas. Researchers will discuss their academic work and share their knowledge and reflections on various different topics.

When: Thursday, 23 April 2020

Where: Rye Hall Lecture Theatre (North Campus)

6th Paul Walsh Memorial Lecture - Prof. Barry Lewis

6th Paul Walsh Memorial Lecture delivered by Prof. Barry Lewis

When: Thursday, 23 April 2020

Where: Iontas Building, Seminar Room 1.33

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