Monthly Archives: February 2011

Reminder: Education in Crisis? Seminar this Friday 4th March!

Critical Issues in Irish Society Network presents: Education in Crisis? A PhD Seminar Series Friday 4th March 2011 2:30pm- 4:30pm Room F308, Newman Building, Belfield, University College Dublin Click here for map (Building 36, Grid ref D8) Education in Crisis: … Continue reading

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You are invited to join our Google group!

We’ve created a google group for people to join and discuss issues arising from the CIISN seminars, their research, funding, news and events and the general trials and tribulations of PhD life! To accept the invitation, click here

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missed our last seminar? Podcasts now available

Last Friday, Christian (UU), Nanette (UCD) and Siobhan (UCD) presented on topics relating to migration in crisis, chaired by Dr Alice Feldman. A stimulating discussion followed and all three presenters used their expertise in their field to contribute to migration … Continue reading

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Education in Crisis? 4th March 2011

Sarah McMonagle (UU) – Monolingual Ireland: A crisis in culture and competence Niamh O’Reilly (UCD) – Recognising the value of non-formal adult education for increasing diversity in third level provision  

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Reminder: Migration in Crisis? Seminar this Friday 18th Feb!

Critical Issues in Irish Society Network presents: Migration in Crisis? A PhD Seminar Series 2:30pm- 4:30pm Friday 18th Feb 2011 Room F308, Newman Building, Belfield, University College Dublin Click¬†here for map (Building 36, Grid ref D8) ***Working papers will be … Continue reading

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Missed our last seminar? Listen to the podcast…

On Friday, Darragh McCashin (TCD), Ann Cronin (UL) and Eoin O’Mahony (NUIM) led a session on Catholicism in Crisis, chaired by Prof Tom Inglis. They addressed challenges facing Catholicism, particulary since publication of Ryan and Murphy reports. Again, we had … Continue reading

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Connect Up

Don’t forget to make use of our connect page to share details¬† about you and your research with other students….

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