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RWC May 18
A full audio/video version of Liz Nugent's How I Write, Ireland interview, conducted with Writing Centre co-director Lawrence Cleary, is now available online: . A transcript of the interview is also available, with a full lesson plan soon to be released.
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Arts & Humanities@UL May 18
Unlocking the Bolton seminar, hosted by and , Tuesday 22nd May at 1pm, in the Boardroom, Glucksman Library. Speaker is Olivia Lardner, Cataloguer of the Bolton Collection, "Hidden Treasures, Fresh Perspectives". All welcome
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Arts & Humanities@UL May 18
Congratulations John!
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John Lombard May 18
One week to go until my book 'Law, Palliative Care and Dying' is published by . Looking forward to getting my hands on the hard copy. Details available at
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Arts & Humanities@UL May 17
Thinking of a ? Read about Sean's experience on the MA in Technical Communication and E-Learning at the University of Limerick
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Niamh NicGhabhann May 17
Today is International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia & Transphobia - proud to work which has taken concrete steps to ensure that it is an inclusive environment -imo diverse spaces should be welcoming for people when they arrive, rather than having to be modified on request
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Glucksman Spec Coll May 17
1993 before the current was even built. My, how the campus has grown over the last 25 years! Excited for our brand new library building, opening soon
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Arts & Humanities@UL May 17
The School of Law at the University of Limerick is pleased to offer a Law of Evidence module for 12 weeks starting in September 2018. This module is open to everyone, find out more at the link below.
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Arts & Humanities@UL May 16
NEW ONLINE MA at for 2018! The MA in Public History & Cultural Heritage will appeal to graduates seeking to pursue a career in public history, and practitioners of public history seeking theoretical, methodological and practical upskilling Details:
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Arts & Humanities@UL May 16
FAHSS law lecturer wins UL award for Excellence in Teaching
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Limerick : Culture : Arts May 16
Limerick Bursaries Reminder! Deadline: Friday 18th May at 5pm. Blas International Summer School Meitheal Summer School Irish Youth Choir Drama League of Ireland Summer School Tyrone Guthrie Centre Regional Bursary Scheme Full details and forms at:
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Niamh NicGhabhann May 16
The for Utopian Studies is a unique interdisciplinary environment - they are actively seeking Postdoctoral fellows- please spread the word & check it out!
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UL Alumni May 15
Meet-up in Manhattan for all UL Alumni & Friends - May 22 at Hudson Hound, 575 Hudson Street. Register online at
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Arts & Humanities@UL May 15
UL Journalism students’ videos shortlisted for competition
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Fergal Quinn May 14
Shortlist for video journalism competition just out. Some really cool and diverse work by students this year. Look forward to seeing who overall winners is next month
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Arts & Humanities@UL May 15
Our Dean and Assistant Dean International will speak at the Women and Leadership roundtable at on May 31st
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UniversityofLimerick May 14
The Final of UL's First Annual Thesis in 3 Competition will take place on Tuesday the 22nd of May in the Kemmy Business School on campus. Hear from 12 brilliant researchers as they present their research in three minutes.
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Arts & Humanities@UL May 14
UL law researcher briefs Minister for Justice on vulnerable witnesses in criminal proceedings
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Arts & Humanities@UL May 14
Profs Ray Friel & Shane Kilcommins chapter ‘Taxing Crime: a new power to control' has been published in The Palgrave Handbook of Criminal and Terrorism Financing Law, edited by Colin King, Clive Walker & Jimmy Gurulé. The chapter deals with the taxation of criminal activities
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Arts & Humanities@UL May 14
LISTEN: Writers and musicians from UL feature on RTÉ Radio One’s Sunday Miscellany
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