SU Weekly Email 20th March 2014Weekly Email
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Rock the Prom – 5pm TODAY – TICKETS €10
- Gorgon City
- DJ Byrno and Graham Doherty
- Gin ‘n’ Juice
The 2014 NUI Galway Rock the Prom will take place from 5pm TODAY Thursday the 20th of March in Leisureland in sunny Salthill. Tickets are just €10 and are on sale from the Students’ Union now. Over 18’s event. NUI Galway students only. ID required. Indoor event with full bar.
Remembrance Mass for the late Mark Casey
Seán, Declan, Catherine and the entire NUI Galway Students’ Union wish to thank and pay tribute to all the students of the University who assisted in the search for the late Mark Casey (1st Arts) in Limerick City, and were a massive support to Mark’s family and friends during what was a very difficult time. We also wish to thank the University community and the support services, especially Fr. Barry and Fr. Patrick, the Chaplains, for their compassion, assistance and understanding. Mark was laid to rest on Tuesday in his native Killeigh, Co. Offaly following his funeral mass. This coming Monday, 24th of March, Mass will be offered for Mark, his family, classmates, friends and all who were involved in the search at the Chapel of St. Columbanus, NUI Galway at 1.10pm. May He Rest In Peace. We also ask you to continue to remember in your thoughts and prayers Limerick Institute of Technology Students’ Union Vice President and Welfare Officer, Steven Kavanagh, who is still missing in Limerick, and his family and friends and Nathan Forde, from Galway, who is also missing, and his family and friends.
Vote on Thursday 27th March
Please make sure you use your vote on Thursday 27th March. Bring your College ID to vote in our polling station in Smokey’s 11am-4pm and vote to elect your Oifigeach na Gaeilge, Convenor of the College of Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences and Clubs’ Captain for 2014/15 . Alternatively vote online between 11am-4pm if you have registered for a Remote Vote. Please note that only Clubs’ Captains may vote for the Clubs’ Captain position and remote vote is not available for this. Votes will be counted once polls have closed in SC200A.
Semester 2 Exam Timetables available 2.30pm Friday 14th March
1. Check your personal exam timetable online
2. Also check the Amendments webpage regularly as examination dates/times may change up to the day of your exam.
3. If your timetable is incorrect or you do not have a timetable, please consult the Frequently Asked Questions online before visiting the Student Information Desk in Áras Uí Chathail (Ground Floor).
Connacht vs Munster Tickets
Connacht vs Munster 18:15 Saturday 19th April 2014. €15 NUI Galway Student Tickets on sale11am Tuesday 1st April from the SU Office.
If you are interested in giving or getting Grinds visit our Grinds Register for all the information you need https://www.su.nuigalway.ie/grind_adverts/
Books – Buy & Sell
Remember we sell secondhand books to save you a bit of cash and we can also sell them on your behalf to make you some cash! Have a look at our secondhand bookshop for more information on buying or sellinghttps://www.su.nuigalway.ie/bookstore/
With Maths: SUMS
With Computer Programming: Computer Disc
With Writing: Academic Writing Centre.
With Legal Issues: FLAC
These services are all FREE!
Welcome to the Travel Survey 2014 – https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NUIGtravel14
The information you provide will be used to determine what factors most influence the mode of transport for travel to the University. The survey will help identify which infrastructural changes have been of most benefit in promoting sustainable travel choices, and pinpoint the changes that are most likely to encourage smarter travel into the future.
This survey is being conducted as part of a master’s thesis. The results of which will be available through the University at the end of May this year.
The survey will take between 5 and 10 minutes to complete. Questions marked with an * must be completed before you can move on. The information you provide in this survey is confidential.
Thank you in advance for your time. Please feel free to contact us should you have any queries or suggestions in relation to the survey or the project: firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Talks Wednesday, March 26th 3.30 to 4.30 pm
The inaugural Student Talks Conference place will take place in the Thomas Dillon Theatre. Attendance is free and the conference will be opened by the NUI Galway President, Dr. James Browne.
On the day, the following Student Talks will be given:
Speakers and Talks Title
$1· Tatiana Kelly (Law): “Privilege or Punish: Exploring Sanctions and Sentencing Principles for White-Collar Criminals in Ireland.”
$1· Nik Thaker (Information Technology): “Evaluation of existing pedagogy styles in Higher Education Institutions in relation to modern ICT implementation and propose which support services may be required.”
$1· Kate Fi (Psychology): “Survey of GP’s in Ireland on the prescription of placebo medication and/or treatments, and if GP’s think it ethically acceptable.”
$1· Sinead O’Malley (UNESCO Child & Family Research Centre): “The Experience of Imprisonment for Incarcerated Mothers and their Children in Ireland.”
$1· Reduan Atan (Engineering): “Extreme Wave-Structure Interaction.”
$1· Naomi DuBois (Psychology): “Investigating the temporal and phase structure of oscillatory mechanisms in auditory binding.”
$1· Pishoy Gouda (Medicine): “Irish Brain Drain: Migration Intentions of Irish Medical Students.”
$1· Deborah McNamara (Psychology): “Eyes Wide Shut: The effects of eye-closure, focused meditation & context reinstatement on eyewitness memory.”
Please come along and show your support! We look forward to seeing you all there!
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NUI Galway Disability Awareness Week 24th-27th March
Our office is located upstairs in the Áras na Mac Léinn building beside the College Bar and we are open Monday to Friday 10am-5pm.
Our reception desk in the Engineering Building foyer is open Monday – Friday 11am-3pm.