Applications Invited for PhD Scholarship in Peatland Conservation and Restoration Research Project

National University of Ireland Galway COLLEGE OF ARTS, SOCIAL SCIENCES, AND CELTIC STUDIES GALWAY DOCTORAL RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP SCHEMES   Peatland Conservation and Restoration Research Project in collaboration with CARE-PEAT (Funded by INTERREG NWE) Introduction A Doctoral (PhD) Scholarship is available for three years (with the possibility of extension) to further best practice conservation strategies for… | Read on »

Applications Invited for Fully Funded PhD Scholarship in ‘Early Years Performance’.

GALWAY DOCTORAL RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP In EARLY YEARS PERFORMANCE in collaboration with Baboró International Arts Festival for Children & Branar Téatar do Pháistí The College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Celtic Studies (CASSCS) at NUI Galway is pleased to offer ONE postgraduate scholarship to support full-time PhD research within the Structured PhD in Drama and Theatre… | Read on »

Closing Date Extended for Applications for a PhD Scholarship in Digital Arts & Humanities @ Moore Institute

PhD Scholarship in Digital Arts & Humanities Call for Applications NUI Galway invites applications for a four-year structured PhD scholarship in Digital Arts & Humanities to commence by January 2020. The closing date for applications is 5pm, Friday, August 30, 2019. Applications are made via the Postgraduate Application System (CRM Recruit) : The Structured PhD… | Read on »

Welcoming Visiting Fellows-Week of 17th June 2019- Kanchana Mahadevan and Ivan Flis

  Kanchana Mahadevan-University of Mumbai, India Contact Details-  kanchmaha@yahoo.co.in The Moore Institute Project Title: Contemporary Indian Aesthetics: Decolonizing, Comparative and Cosmopolitan Perspectives   Ivan Flis-Utrecht University Contact Details- Ivan.flis@gmail.com The Moore Institute Project Title:Open Science as Psychology’s Reform Movement

Moore Institute seeks applications for a Postdoctoral Researcher in Creative Cities (Galway European Capital of Culture)

NUI Galway is working in partnership with Galway 2020 following the designation of Galway as European Capital of Culture (ECoC). A major part of this partnership includes the vital Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) dimension of the programme. This M&E process will establish an evidence base enabling an assessment of the benefits of the designation, as… | Read on »