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Galway researchers to lead national cyber security initiative

A team of Galway researchers is taking the lead on a new national cyber security initiative. It follows the WannaCry ransomware attack, which affected 200...

NUIG professor appointed to Commission on Future of Policing

An NUI Galway professor has been appointed by the Government to the Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland. Professor Donncha O'Connell, who recently...

Senator critical of NUI Galway over €57m ‘warchest’

A Galway senator has NUI Galway over revelations that the foundation associated with the college has assets worth more than €57 million. Money raised through...

Lecturers in NUIG gender discrimination action agree to mediation

A case against NUI Galway over claims of gender discrimination has been adjourned as the four female lecturers concerned agree to a mediation offer...

High drop-out rates at GMIT and NUI Galway

One in four students who attends GMIT drops out in his/her first year. That's according to the latest figures from the Higher Education Authority. The stats...

Oireachtas challenge on NUIG presidency language requirement

An Oireachtas committee on Irish Language is challenging NUI Galway on its decision to drop the Irish language fluency requirement for its new President. The...


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