Computer Science Graduates - Like to join in the 25th anniversary celebrations this year?
Not only is the Computer Science Department 25 years old in 2012, but it is also ten years since the first graduation class from the demoninated degree in Computer Science and Software Engineering.If you would like to atend these alumni anniversary celebrations and the launch of our new BSc in Computational Thinking (which will feature keynote speakers from Carnegie Mellon University and Microsoft followed by a party in the new Phoenix Restaurant on campus), contact the Alumni Office.
Handel's Messiah - 1/4/2012
All applicants have now been notified by email. The Alumni Office hopes to have tickets to future music events so keep in touch and ensure you've updated your contact details with us.
Support the Galway Cycle - 23/24/25 March 2012
Maynooth Students for Charity Galway Cycle 12 takes place this weekend. Help make the 25th anniversary of this event a real success by supporting this year's chosen charity, Down Syndrome Ireland. Visit http://www.galwaycycle.ie for more details.
Job opportunities for French and German Customer Service Specialists
Calling Finance graduates from 1996-1999
Alumni Ball 2011 - Wish you were there?
Check out the photos and story behind this year's Ball at Celebrate and Connect - Alumni Ball 2011
Geography MA class of 1998
Roisin Lonergan (Costello) would like to get in touch. Contact the Alumni Office for more details.
Short Courses/Leisure Courses at NUI Maynooth
Many people would like to experience university style education but are not interested in (or in a position to undertake) a full accredited program. With this in mind, the Department of Adult and Community Education, NUI Maynooth want to assess the demand for shorter courses. All courses would be suitable for people who have never attended third-level as well as those who have. Course content would also be responsive to the interests of the participants.
The Department of Adult and Community Education runs accredited courses in: Addiction Studies, Adult & Community Education, Community Development & Leadership, Counselling Skills, Creative Writing for Publication, Culture & Society, Directing, Disability Studies, Equality, Family & Community Studies, Local History, People Place & Heritage, Philosophy, Psychology, Race & Ethnic Studies and Sociology.
To help us assess the demand for short courses in these and in other subjects, please complete the online questionnaire at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/S6CMKGL. It is very short and should only take a few minutes.