Maynooth University applies for Athena SWAN Bronze accreditation and launches its Athena SWAN Gender Equality Action Plan 2018-21.
Date: Friday, 01 December 2017
A report on Developing Integration Policy in the Public Sector: A Human Rights Approach by Dr Clíodhna Murphy, Leanne Caulfield and Professor Mary Gilmartin Maynooth University Social Sciences Institute has been launched today.
Date: Monday, 27 November 2017
The number of people in Ireland working without a contract is unusually high, according to new research from Maynooth University.
Date: Thursday, 09 November 2017
Copernicus is a European Union programme aimed at developing European information services based on satellite Earth Observation and in situ (non-space) data with the goal of enhancing strategic decision making regarding climate change.
Date: Friday, 03 November 2017
Kicking off Maynooth University Research week 2017, our very own AIRO launched a valuable new mapping tool. This national mapping viewer displays the full results from the 2016 Census at Small Area (SA) level in Ireland.
Date: Thursday, 19 October 2017
We are pleased to announce an open artist call to work with the Building City Dashboards research team located in the MU Social Sciences Institute and the National Centre for Geocompution. We invite artists to create a digital artwork using open data from the Dublin and or Cork dashboards (http://www.dublindashboard.ie/ and http://www.corkdashboard.ie)
Date: Friday, 13 October 2017
New book on the social occupational history of Dublin Dockers
Date: Thursday, 12 October 2017
Beautiful reading by Doireann Ní Ghríofa, Rooney prize for Irish Literature winner, was a welcome guest at the Women and the Irish Revolution 1917-23: Feminism, Violence, Nationalism event last month in the RIA.
Date: Monday, 09 October 2017
A new submission by D. Mary Murphy & Dr. Rory Hearne to the Joint Committee on Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government has stated.
Date: Wednesday, 20 September 2017
On Friday, 1 September, MUSSI hosted a significant conference exploring how women were affected by the Irish revolution from 1917 to 1923 in the Royal Irish Academy on Dawson Street. Women and the Irish Revolution 1917-1923 will bring together new research by leading scholars exploring how women both participated in revolutionary activities in the 1917-1923 period in Ireland and were impacted by the climate of terror and war that existed.
Date: Friday, 01 September 2017