Human beings, like characters in a Shakespeare play, do develop and change over their life-time. This year we’re also offering full-time taught masters scholarships for first class students, so that’s another good reason to consider NUI Galway for your postgraduate studies.” For further information on any of the postgraduate courses available at NUI Galway call 091 495148 or visit www.nuigalway.ie/courses. A choice of 17 subjects is on offer in areas like English, Irish, French, History, Geography and more. “There is still so much we to learn about them, and ultimately about our planet.” The poem opens with recollections of ‘our nineteen-forties streets’. The theme of this years event was “Celebrate Diversity”! Sean Kelly waxes lyrical about this place: ‘Lengthy, capacious and capricious, Maiden Street was – according to the punchline of a popular rhyme – a favoured place for lodgers’. (They do it for foreign companies setting up in Ireland, so why not for you). Speaking on the awards, Registrar and Deputy President of NUI Galway, Professor Nollaig Mac Congáil, said: “We are delighted to have done so well in these national awards especially at a time when postgraduate study has never been more important to ensure students and graduates can compete at a higher level for jobs in a very competitive market, both in Ireland and abroad. For us and the patients, knowing we have that kind of moral support is something you can’t put a price on.” NUI Galwayâs vibrant research community take on some of the most pressing challenges of our times. He quoted from a report by An Bord Curaclaim agus Scrúduithe (The Curriculum and Examinations Board) Report of the Board of Studies for Languages, Dublin 1987: "It must be stressed … that the needs of Irish as L1 at post-primary level have been totally ignored, as at present there is no recognition in terms of curriculum and syllabus of any linguistic differences between learners of Irish as L1 and L2.". The new ProTek Design facility in Galway puts the company in the centre of Europe’s largest medical device hub. It has been shown in Galway and by other scientists that they release special factors that can help new blood vessels to grow. Bookings can be made online at: www.nuigalway.ie/university_taster_day. Perhaps, you should pause here to let that point sink in. He has placed Bridget Halpin on a pedestal for his own good reasons. Agus mé im’ shaoránach ríméadach na tíre seo, do chuir sé clár ar mo chluasa ag éisteacht le, agus ag faire ar, a gcuid iompair ós comhair a gcomhghleachaithe, agus ba léir é go raibh siad ag tapaidh an deis chun “toghchánaíocht de réir an sean-nós” a chur ar siúl. ‘A Necklace of Wrens’ (Film). Selected Poems: Rogha Dánta. The Irish phrase for a Hanging Tree would have been Crann Crochadh and on a Friday evening, after a long week translating place names into English, it might have been very tempting to translate this Crann Crochadh into what we know today as The Crooked Tree. The awards recognise sporting performance, leadership and participation, as well as those that contribute to the running and development of the NUI Galway Sports Clubs. The Award, which will be presented each year for five years, will be coupled with the above scholarship opportunity to drive innovation, entrepreneurship and spin-outs from postgraduate research at NUI Galway. And undertake it, we must. Don’t keep telling us that “the numbers” dictate that it has to be EITHER a Fine Gael OR a Fianna Fáil minority government supported by a few tame independents whom the winner hopes that they can buy off. We also know from research carried out by the Rathkeale Historical Society that as early as 1709 Thomas Southwell (Rathkeale), whose family had inherited some of the old Billingsley/Dowdall estate (mainly centred in Kilfinny), introduced over 120 Palatine refugee families to the townlands of Courtmatrix, Killeheen, Ballingrane and Pallas(kenry). He was one of thirteen children born to Denis Halpin and Johanna Browne between 1866 and 1890. I was with my father in the shop a few times when he was alive and well and I was only a very small boy and even then you could see what a great character he must have been in his heyday”. sung solo and in the Irish language, with a Molly O’Neill was their housekeeper up to the end. The study which is a collaboration involving multiple international research centres and genetic consortia is the largest genetic association study in cancer so far. The Ryan Institute is the leading centre for environment, marine and energy research in Ireland. Therefore, there are no easy answers to our difficulty with the etymology of the placename, Aughalin. I am not a soothsayer, but I will be surprised if the dynamic duo of Tsipras and Varoufakis don’t emerge like the Phoenix from the burnt-out ashes of media toilet paper that has railed against them and what they stand for. We have already noted that Bridget Roche (neé Halpin) was born in Cahirlane, Abbeyfeale, County Limerick. Microscopes which can be used to view brain cells and brain tissue sections will be available for those interested in seeing what a brain cell and brain tissue really looks like. Limerick) Order 2003. Gill and Son. The county of Wicklow, which had up to this been vaguely considered as part of the counties of Dublin and Carlow, was made into shire-ground and formed into a separate county in the third year of James I in 1606 approx. Sean Kelly himself often claims to belong to Middle Maiden Street and from the records, there is evidence of these subtle divisions as far back as 1776. Taking home three major awards in the Postgraduate course of the year categories, NUI Galway graduate Shaun O’Shea also won the main award on the night – the Graduate Employee award. One morning Des received a postcard from the poet delivered by hand to the school by Dinny the Postman. NUI Galway: Masters of Applied Science (Enterprise Systems) The annual Postgraduate Course of the Year Awards, sponsored by the Higher Education Authority (HEA), recognises excellence amongst Irish postgraduate course providers. The 2002 census found that 103,000 British citizens were living in the Republic of Ireland, along with 11,300 from the US and 8,900 from Nigeria, all of whom would speak other dialects of English. Afterwards, current students and NUI Galway staff will be on hand to answer any questions in relation to courses and practical issues including accommodation, fees and scholarships, and the wide range of support services available to students. They both tackled up in Florry’s yard leaving nothing to chance and drove onto the nearest pasture field. See Breandán Ó Madagáin, An Ghaeilge i Luimneach, 1700 – 1900, (Baile Átha Cliath, 1974) (Curtin, 1). “We found quite a lot of fresher water intermingled with the background salty water, but it is moving around quite a bit due to ocean currents, and when we returned to the fresh patch, it had moved. The same old self-satisfied and smug posturings seemed to dominate the media. Additional features include plastic models of the nervous system, and even Play-Doh and colouring books for the very young!