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NUI Galway Students’ Union Presents The Ultimate Study Break: Charity Cake Sale & Pet Farm Visit
Cuireann Comhaltas na Mac Léinn, OÉ Gaillimh, An Briseadh Staidéar Iontach i Láthair: An Díolachán Cácaí Mór Millteach ar son Carhanachtaí agus Cuairt Fheirm Pheataí

12pm – 3pm Wednesday 4th December 2019 in Áras na Mac Léinn
12i.n. – 3i.n., Dé Céadaoin, an 4 Nollaig 2019 Áras na Mac Léinn

There will be llamas, goats, rabbits, sheep, chickens, ducks, guinea pigs, chicks, cake, tea, a raffle and tunes from Flirt FM. Animal Ambassadors will also be in Meeting Rooms 1&2 Áras na Mac Léinn 12pm-2pm.  Meet their Soothing Snakes, Silly Spiders, Lovely Lizards, Mysterious Mantids and Super Snails!

All funds raised go to AIDS West & Domestic Violence Response
Tabharfar an t-airgead ar fad do AIDS West & Domestic Violence Response

RAFFLE PRIZES

Strip of 5 Tickets = €2. On sale from SU Office and Áras na Mac Léinn

  1. Afternoon Tea for 2 at The Galmont Hotel & Spa
  2. Three Month Membership for Kingfisher Gym
  3. €40 Voucher for Dough Bros
  4. Voucher for a Galway Food Tour
  5. Three Month Membership for Planet Health Galway
  6. Bottomless Brunch for Two at Beef and Lobster Galway
  7. Ten journey ticket travel voucher Galway City to Dublin City from Citylink
  8. Hamper of Eskimo Oil Products
  9. €50 Eason Voucher
  10. Hamper from Matt O’Flaherty Chemists
  11. €20 Voucher for Pálás Cinema
  12. Voucher for 2 Lunch specials with Wholly Cow Burgers
  13. Hamper from University Pharmacy
  14. €25 Voucher for 56 Central
  15. 4 Tickets for any gig in Monroes
  16. €20 Voucher for the Front Door
  17. €20 Voucher for Matt’s Sandwiches
  18. NUIG Hoodie from the SU Shop
  19. Two return travel vouchers Galway City to Dublin Airport from Citylink
  20. €20 Voucher for Temple Café
  21. 2 Bottles of Wine

All proceeds go to the SU Charities: AIDS West and Domestic Violence Response

Cake donors: Rúibín, Sult, Gourmet Tart Company, SU Volunteers

Raffle draw will take place 3.30pm Weds 4th Dec in the SU Office.

 

SU Weekly Email 12 – 14th November 2019

Weekly Email

From: Joanna.brophy@nuigalway.ie

Welcome to your weekly email from your Students’ Union.

Vote Today

Don’t forget to bring your NUIG ID to vote today 10am-5pm at Smokey’s Café to elect a new Gender and LGBT+ Rights Officer to the Students’ Union. If you’ve registered for a remote vote please log on to the SU Website to vote 10am-5pm.

Exam Timetables Out Today

Semester 1 exams will take place between Mon 9th-Fri 20th Dec. Please log on and check your exam timetable carefully to make sure all your subjects are present.

Big Yellow Thing Socks on Sale

We are now selling our Big Yellow Thing Socks for just €9 a pair. All proceeds go to the SU Charities! On sale now in the SU Office, the SU Shop and on our website here.

Student Levy Working Group

The next meeting of the working group about your Student Levy is taking place 1pm-2.30pm on Weds 20th of Nov in AMB-G066 in the Arts Millennium Building. For more info contact su.president@nuigalway.ie

Buses to March for Irish Unity

€2 NUIG Student return bus tickets on sale now on SU Website to the March For Irish Unity on Sun 24th of Nov in Lifford. Get tickets here 

Neil Delamere €5 Tickets

NUIG Students’ Union presents Neil Delamere: End of Watch at 8pm on Mon 27th of Jan 2020 in the O’Flaherty Theatre NUIG. Tickets €5. All proceeds go to the SU Charities. BUY TICKETS HERE.

Niteline NUIG

NiteLine is for you. It’s a listening, support and information service run by and for the students of NUIG. Volunteers go through a rigorous screening and training programme based on the Samaritans model and run with the help of the NUIG counselling services. The service runs 9pm-12am Wednesdays & Thursdays on 089 219 6918. They’re here if you ever feel that you would like to talk to someone that will listen, accept and understand without judging. You can talk about anything; no problem is too big or too small.

CreateHER Event showcasing Women in Media TODAY

Women in Media & Public Life: Diversity and Inclusion. Free event at NUI Galway TODAY Thurs 14 Nov. Tea & Coffee at 10:30am. Presentations begin at 11am in Aula Maxima Upper. Lunch included! RSVP to journalism@nuigalway.ie

NUI Galway Boxing Show 2019

NUI Galway Boxing Club are proud to announce their inaugural boxing tournament will take place at 6pm on Sun 27th Nov in the Kingfisher Sports Hall. With some of the top intervarsity talents in the country taking part as well as other high-level competitors from around the country, it’s an event not to be missed! Follow @nuigboxing on Instagram and NUI Galway Boxing Club on Facebook for more info.

Park & Ride Update

Just a reminder that during peak times the Park & Ride bus no longer stops at the Corrib Village stop.

What Are We Doing for You?

You can find details of your SU Officer Reports, minutes from the SU Officer meetings and your Class Rep Council meetings HERE. If you’ve any questions/comments just give us a shout!

Odd Shoe Day

Odd Shoe Day will take place 9am-1pm Mon 18th Nov at Smokey’s Café. We are asking people to wear odd pairs of shoes to raise awareness for the Special Olympics. We are fundraising on their behalf and will have prizes to give away to those who buy a raffle ticket on the day. Top prize is a pair of Panasonic speakers. There’s a 2 for 1 on raffle tickets if people share their pictures of their odd pairs of shoes and if they tag us on Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat. Instagram is @oddshoeday_nuig

Trans Week Events

  • Makeover Monday 18th Nov, IT204 7-9pm: Come along to express yourself through makeup, nail painting etc. Thinking of getting an undercut? We can give you one!
  • Transformation Tuesday 19th Nov, Hub Central 3-6pm: A clothes swap for trans students, who may need essential clothing items. Donations welcome.
  • Candle Lit Vigil Weds 20th Nov, Outside Áras na Mac Léinn, 6pm As it is Transgender day of Remembrance, we will be hosting a candlelit vigil with a symbolic flag raising to pay our respects, and to show solidarity to past and present trans students in NUI Galway and within the community.
  • Here’s the T Weds 20th Nov, IT202, 7-9pm A panel discussion involving a parental perspective on raising a trans child, a trans person’s perspective on parents who may need time to come to terms with acceptance and a discussion on gender performance.

More info from gigsoc@socs.nuigalway.ie

Ógra Shinn Féin Society Events

Weds 20th Nov: Christmas Shoebox Appeal – Ógra Shinn Féin are collecting shoeboxes, money donations and items to fill boxes with on Weds 20th Nov from 10am beside Smokey’s Café. Half of the shoeboxes will go to children living in Direct Provision and half go to the 200 homeless children within Galway Simon Community. Please give whatever you can and help make Christmas that small bit merrier for the most vulnerable in society!

€2 Bus to the March for Irish Unity –   Ógra Shinn Féinn are running a return bus from Galway to Lifford, Donegal for the National March for Irish Unity happening on Sun 24th Nov. Get tickets here 

Research Survey – First Year Students + Illegal Drugs

Students in the NUIG Children’s Studies are carrying out a research study to find out ‘The type of illegal drugs and frequency most frequently used amongst first year college students in Ireland’. Please take1-2 minutes to fill out the quick anonymous survey in the link HERE. Your data will be greatly appreciated in analysing our results. Contact n.lennon4@nuigalway.ie for more info.

#GalwayGirl Photocall This Saturday

COPE Galway are holding an event to highlight domestic abuse at 2.30pm at the Spanish Arch this Saturday. They want as many women and girls, of all ages and backgrounds, to be present for a mass group photo in support of #GalwayGirl – a fundraising and awareness campaign for the new domestic abuse service in Galway, Modh Eile House.

Free Meditation Class Saturday

FREE Introduction to Meditation class 2pm-3pm this Sat 16th Nov at OLBC Hall, 11 Ely Place, Sea Road. This event is free of charge and open to everybody.

Give Blood in Galway This Month

5pm-8.30pm Tues 26th, Weds 27th and Thurs 28th November in the Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit Industrial Estate

Upcoming SafeTALK Course

There’s a free SafeTALK course on 6.15pm-9.15pm Tues 3rd Dec in the Galway Bay Hotel in Salthill. SafeTALK is a half-day alertness training that prepares attendees, regardless of prior experience or training, to become a suicide-alert helper. Most people with thoughts of suicide don’t truly want to die, but are struggling with the pain in their lives. Through their words and actions, they invite help to stay alive. SafeTALK-trained helpers can recognise these invitations and take action by connecting them with life-saving intervention resources

Graduating?

Congratulations! Make sure you register for your Seanad Éireann vote. Seanad Éireann is the Upper House of the Irish Legislature and is composed of sixty members. Three of these senators are elected by National University of Ireland graduates. You can get a registration form in the SU or online here.

Need Help?

With Maths –  SUMS

With Programming  – Computer DISC

With Writing – Academic Writing Centre

With Academic Skills – Academic Skills Hub

With Anything – SU Grinds Register

 

Class Rep Meetings This Month

Mon 18th Nov 2pm-3pm Students’ Union Office Áras na Mac Léinn Postgrad Council
Mon 18th Nov 6pm – 7pm AC214 Arts Concourse Law/Commerce Council
Mon 18th Nov 6pm – 7pm AC204 Arts Concourse Science Council
Tues 19th Nov 6pm – 7pm MY127 Lecture Theatre 3 Áras Moyola Health Sciences Council
Weds 20th Nov 6pm – 7pm AC204 Arts Concourse Arts Council
Weds 20th Nov 6pm – 7pm ENG2003 Lecture Room 2 Engineering Building Engineering Council
Mon 25th Nov 6pm – 8pm HBB G019 Human Biology SU Council

Please email su.education@nuigalway.ie for more information

Coldvember Continues

Coldvember is a fundraising event for the month of November aiming to raise money to bridge the gap in funding for Mental Health Services for students at NUI Galway. Each day during November you are invited to join them for a swim at Blackrock. More info and the donation page are available here.

Be Part of Galway 2020

Galway 2020 is looking for 2,020 participants to take part in their Opening Ceremony in February. The lead up to the opening ceremony will take place from 2nd February with 7 nights of events across Galway finishing on Saturday 8th February with a huge open air finale in Galway city. More info is available here.

Limited spaces left on following Life Skills courses:

Sign up in the SU Office or call 091 493 570 to register with credit/debit card.

We Are Open!

Please note that during the graduation ceremonies we are open as usual 10am-5pm Monday-Friday – just let security know you need to go to the SU. All the other services in Áras na Mac Léinn are open as usual too including Flirt FM, ALIVE, the Student Health Unit and the Socs Box.

Contact Us

You can contact the Students’ Union by email to studentsunion@nuigalway.ie with any questions or suggestions you may have. You can also like or follow us on Facebook Instagram Snapchat (@nuigsu) and Twitter.

Our office is located upstairs in the Áras na Mac Léinn building beside Sult and we are open Mon-Fri 10am-5pm.

Our reception desk in the Engineering Building foyer is open Mon–Fri 11am-3pm.

 

SU Weekly Email 13 – 26th November 2015

Weekly Email

Welcome to your Weekly Email from your Students’ Union.

The SU Big Fat Charity Cake Sale AND Wooly Ward’s Petting Farm Visit 

The Ultimate Study Week Study Break takes place 11am-3pm Wednesday 2nd December 2015 in Áras na Mac Léinn. 

There will be rabbits, gerbils, guinea pigs, hamsters, chicks, hens, turkeys, geese, ducks, sheep, goats and Kuzco the Llama along with plenty of CAKE, a massive raffle and tunes from Flirt FM! All funds raised go to Galway Rape Crisis Centre and the Irish Cancer Society. Supported by NUIG CancerSoc, Flirt FM, The Gourmet Tart Company and the College Bar.

Extra Study Space for Christmas Exams 2015

Sunday 29th November-Sunday 6th December 8am-10pm

Arts/Science Concourse

O’Flaherty Theatre, Anderson Theatre, Darcy Thompson Theatre, Kirwan Theatre, Larmor Theatre, AC201, AC202, AC204

Engineering Building

ENG-GO17 Lecture Theatre 02, ENG-GO18 Lecture Theatre 01

Volunteers Needed for SU Charity Cake Sale

We are looking for baking and non-baking volunteers to help out with our Big Fat Charity Cake Sale on Wednesday 2nd December. So if you want to avoid study by baking or by volunteering give us a shout! All funds raised will go to Galway Rape Crisis Centre & the Irish Cancer Society. Contact studentsunion@nuigalway.ie to sign up!

Exam Buses

We have partnered with City Direct Bus Company to provide buses to the two exam venues in Salthill at Leisureland and the Galway Bay Hotel. This service will run twice a day during the exams and costs €2 per journey. Buses will leave University Road at 08:40 & 15:40 for Salthill. Buses will leave Leisureland in Salthill at 11:40 & 18:40 to return to University Road via Eyre Square.

Need Help?

$1·         With your subjects? Check the SU Grinds Register

$1·         With Maths? Contact the SUMS FREE Maths Support Centre

$1·         With Essays? Contact the FREE Academic Writing Centre

$1·         With Programming? Contact Computer DISC for FREE help

Student Leap Card Vouchers Expire this Monday 30th November

Just a reminder that if you have a voucher from AIB for the Student Leap Card that you need to bring it in to us before Monday the 30th of November to get your travelcard for €3. We are open 10am-5pm Monday-Friday and we will take your photo and print the card off straight away. If you don’t have one of the vouchers the Student Leap Card costs €15 and they expire 31st December 2016.

Exam Timetables Out Now

Semester 1 exams are scheduled for Monday, 7th to Friday, 18th December 2015 (inclusive). More details are available here: https://www.nuigalway.ie/exams/timetable.html

AIDS West World AIDS Day Memorial Concert 7pm Tuesday 1st December

This is an open invitation to the students of NUI Galway to come to this free concert on Tuesday 1st December at 7pm in  St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, Galway and show their solidarity with those living with HIV and help challenge the stigma and discrimination associated with HIV.Bel Canto and Cois Cladaigh will perform on the night.

The Galway Music Residency Apprentice Ensembles Recitals Weds 2nd & Thurs 3rd Dec

FREE Pre-exam chill out with some of the best young classical musicians in Ireland. 1-2pm in the Aula Maxima (in the Quadrangle).

Sin Newspaper Issue 6 Read it Online Here

If you are interested in helping with the paper email editor@sin.ie or come to the weekly Sin meeting everyMonday 6pm-7pm in AC203.

Free screening of THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING 7pm tonight Thurs 26th Nov in D’Arcy Thompson Theatre

This screening is co-organised by The Irish Centre for Human Rights, EcoSoc (Ecological Society), CCAFS Soc. (Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security Society), Amnesty Soc. and Transition Galway.

We have come together to host a free public screening of the newly-released documentary film based on Naomi Klein’s latest book ‘This Changes Everything’. Klein is the international best-selling author of ‘No Logo’ and ‘The Shock Doctrine’.

Volunteers needed for Mini Med School

Are you a healthcare student? Or a science student? Would you like to help inspire the next generation of students at NUIG? If so, then you will be an ideal volunteer for the upcoming Mini Med School that will be held on campus in January/February 2016. We are looking for anyone interested in planning the event. Mini Med School 2016 is an EXPLORE project in collaboration with the NUIG Cancer Society. The aim is to hold 4 workshop evenings for secondary school students – where they can come face to face with current students and get a feel for what it would be like to study here! We are aiming to inspire and introduce them into the healthcare or research sector, in a fun and stimulating way. If you would be willing to help with various tasks (i.e. PR, housekeeping, staff and student collaboration), then drop an email to minimednuig@gmail.com. Hope to hear from you soon!

Lunchtime Seminar Series:

Human Trafficking and the Criminalization of Buying Sex: Understanding Vulnerability to Trafficking in Europe and Abroad

Friday, 27th of November 2015, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., Seminar Room, Irish Centre for Human Rights

by Prof. Davina Durgana, Associate Professor at SIT Graduate Institute in Washington, DC and Senior Technical Advisor at SeraphimGLOBAL

Volunteers needed for Galway SPCA Collection Days 5th & 6th December

Volunteers needed to help out with church gate collections for the Galway SPCA to raise much needed funds to help animals on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th December. If you can help, please email alison.herbert@nuigalway.ie

Call for Submissions!  The Lamp is looking for submissions for its 2016 issue (Volume 6)!

The Lamp is an international literary journal dedicated to showcasing the creative writing of graduate and professional students.  If you write poetry, short fiction, scripts, creative nonfiction, or any other form of textual art, please submit your work to The Lamp at thelampeditor@gmail.com.  The deadline is December 31st, 2015www.sgps.ca/thelamp

Contact Us

You can contact the Students’ Union by email to studentsunion@nuigalway.ie with any questions or suggestions you may have. You can also like or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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.

SU Weekly Email 12 19th November 2015

Weekly Email

Welcome to your Weekly Email from your Students’ Union.

Happy Christmas Day NUIG!
We are holding a massive Christmas Day fundraiser in the College Bar with BizSoc TODAY to raise money for Galway Rape Crisis Centre and the Irish Cancer Society. There will be traditional Christmas carols, cheesy Christmas tunes with DJ Byrno, a full turkey dinner and a whole lot of other Festive merriment! Get your tinsel, mistletoe and jumper ready now! 
The official after party will be held in Electric Garden & Theatre and Four/Four TONIGHT to continue the Yuletide vibes. €5 wristbands for the after party are on sale in the SU Office now and all proceeds go to Galway Rape Crisis Centre and the Irish Cancer Society. 

Exam Timetables Out Now

Semester 1 exams are scheduled for Monday, 7th to Friday, 18th December 2015 (inclusive). More details are available here: https://www.nuigalway.ie/exams/timetable.html

We will be working with City Direct again to provide a bus service to/from the Salthill Exam Venues.

Extra EXPLORE Funding now available for Undergrad projects

Explore – NUI Galway’s staff/student innovation initiative​ received a large number of high-quality applications for the 2015-2016 academic year. Targeted funding is now currently available to support three additional EXPLORE projects from NUI Galway undergraduate students and their staff partners. Apply by noon on Monday, 23rd November 2015.

https://www.su.nuigalway.ie/explore-home

FREE Exam prep workshops

A 1½ hour session workshop to assist you to:

$1·         maintain motivation

$1·         tips and tricks for exam prep

$1·         manage anxiety before and during exams

2pm-3.30pm Mon 23rd Nov in the Old Moore Institute Room 203, Arts & Science Building

OR

4pm-5.30pm Weds 25th Nov in SC200A Seminar Room

For more information email james.mccormack@nuigalway.ie

Global Irish Economic Forum 2pm TODAY

The Global Irish Economic Forum: Galway Regional Session takes place at 2pm today Thursday, 19 November. The forum will take place in the Aula Maxima (Lower), Quadrangle Building, NUI Galway

Registration for this event is free but places are limited, register here

Connacht vs Brive Tickets €15

We have limited €15 NUIG Student tickets on sale for Connacht vs Brive 17:00 Saturday 21st November 2015 

Need Help?

$1·         With your subjects? Check the SU Grinds Register

$1·         With Maths? Contact the SUMS FREE Maths Support Centre

$1·         With Essays? Contact the FREE Academic Writing Centre

$1·         With Programming? Contact Computer DISC for FREE help

Student Leap Card Vouchers Expire 30th November

Just a reminder that if you have a voucher from AIB for the Student Leap Card that you need to bring it in to us before the 30th of November to get your travelcard for €3. We are open 10am-5pm Monday-Friday and we will take your photo and print the card off straight away. If you don’t have one of the vouchers the Student Leap Card costs €15 and they expire 31st December 2016.

Upcoming Class Reps Meetings

Mon 23rd Nov

6pm – 8pm

IT250 Theatre

IT Building (1st Floor)

SU Council– All Class Reps should attend

Every class is entitled to a Class Representative to represent their class. If your class does not have a Class Rep your voice will not be heard. If you have any questions on the roles and responsibilities of a Class Rep contact the SU Vice-President/Education Officer Rebecca at su.education@nuigalway.ie. Further information regarding the role of Class Reps is also available in the SU Council section of our website here.

AIDS West World AIDS Day Memorial Concert 7pm Tuesday 1st December

This is an open invitation to the students of NUI Galway to come to this free concert on Tuesday 1st December at 7pm in  St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, Galway and show their solidarity with those living with HIV and help challenge the stigma and discrimination associated with HIV.Bel Canto and Cois Cladaigh will perform on the night.

Lunchtime Seminar Series:The Ryan Commission:  between justice and re-traumatisation, than and now

1pm-2pm Friday 20th of November Seminar Room, Irish Centre for Human Rights by Rosaleen McDonagh, leading feminist within the Traveller community. All welcome to attend.

Volunteers needed for Galway Science and Technology Festival

Volunteer for the festival showcase in the Bailey Allen Hall Sunday 22nd November. Free lunch for all volunteers and the chance to build your skills engaging with youth, public, research partners and businesses. Build experience in event management, science outreach, communication and public relations. 

Email alive@nuigalway.ie

Simon Cumbers Media Fund Student Scheme 2016

Applications are now being accepted for the Simon Cumbers Media Fund Student Scheme 2016. The Scheme invites students across Ireland to apply to research and report on a particular issue in developing countries. It awards students with funding to travel to these countries to produce media projects focusing on development issues. Application deadline 12th February 2016. https://www.simoncumbersmediafund.ie/students/

Sin Newspaper Issue 5

Read it online now.  If you are interested in helping with the paper email editor@sin.ie or come to the weekly Sin meeting everyMonday 6pm-7pm in AC203.

ROPES 2016 is Seeking Submissions

ROPES 2016 are now looking for aspiring writers in all disciplines to contribute to our annual literary journal. Our theme is Independence and our charity that we have chosen to support is the Simon Community. Poetry, Prose and Art submissions are all welcome. The deadline for submissions is Friday the 18th December, all contributions to be emailed to ROPES2016.submissions@gmail.com

Cycle Against Suicide Galway Spin Off

Saturday 21st November starting from the GMIT on the Dublin Road heading out along the roads to the fields of Athenry back in via Oranmore. For more information contact info@cycleagainstsuicide.com

SU Charities

We are delighted to announce that this year we will be fundraising for Galway Rape Crisis Centre and the Irish Cancer Society. We are planning a load of fundraising events throughout the year but need your help! If you want to help us out or have an idea for an event just give us a shout on studentsunion@nuigalway.ie There’s more information on our plans available here.

Contact Us

You can contact the Students’ Union by email to studentsunion@nuigalway.ie with any questions or suggestions you may have. You can also like or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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.

SU Weekly Email 12 – 27th November 2014

Weekly Email

Welcome to your weekly email from your Students’ Union.

The Ultimate Study Break: Big Fat Charity Cake Sale AND Wooly Ward’s Petting Farm Visit Tues 2nd Dec

There will be rabbits, gerbils, guinea pigs, hamsters, chicks, hens, turkeys, geese, ducks, sheep, goats and Kuzco the Llama along with plenty of CAKE and tunes from Flirt FM! Raffle prizes to be won include: Tickets to The Strypes, Connacht Rugby Match Tickets, Electric Wristbands and much more! 11am-4pm Tuesday 2nd December 2014 in Áras na Mac Léinn (Petting Farm 12pm-2pm outside Áras na Mac Léinn). Complimentary tea or coffee (while stocks last!) with all purchases!

All funds raised go to Console and BeLonG To. 

 

SU Enterprise Awards Deadline 5pm TOMORROW

The SU Enterprise Awards are now accepting applications and there is a €23,000 prize fund up for grabs! If you have a great idea for a business or a social enterprise make sure you get your entry in now. Closing date for entries is 5pm Friday 28th November.

Extra Study Space 29th November-16th December

In addition to the spaces in the Library and the Reading Room extra study spaces will be available from the 29th November onwards in the Arts Science Building (Concourse), Áras Uí Chathaill, Arts/Science Tower 2 and the Engineering Building 8am-10pm. Full list of locations.

Exam Buses to Salthill Venues

We have partnered with City Direct to run a non-stop direct service to Salthill during the Exams. The service costs €2 per journey and will depart from the bus stop on University Road (between Wards & Tescos) to drop students beside Leisureland and the Galway Bay Hotel.

  • Leaving University Road: 08:40, 12:10, 15:40
  • Leaving Salthill (Leisureland): 11:40, 15:10, 18:40

 

Student Leap Card Vouchers Expire 30th November

If you have a voucher from AIB for a Student Leap Card please note that these expire on 30th November so you will need to call in to us before 5pm on Friday 28th November with €3 and we will print it off and take your photo.

Sin Issue 6

You can now read the last issue of Sin Newspaper for 2014 online here.

Leaders of Tomorrow Awards

The Accenture Leaders of Tomorrow Awards are now open to students and recent graduates with business ideas. Closing date for entries is the 8th of December. More Information.

Garda Clinic Tuesday 2nd December

There will be a Garda Clinic 12.30pm-2.30pm on Tuesday 2nd December in the Wellness Centre in the Hub. Feel free to pop by if you have any queries to Garda Nora Brady.

Arts in Action Free Gig

1pm-2pm TODAY Thursday 27th November in the Aula Maxima at the Quadrangle illustrated lecture on the life of musician, composer and academic Séan Ó Riada.

World AIDS Day Candlelit Memorial Service

AIDS West invite you to attend their annual World AIDS Day Candlelit Memorial Service at St. Nicholas’ Collegiate Church at 8:00pm on Sunday 30th November 2014. Bel Canto and Cois Cladaigh choir will both perform and all are welcome to the free event.

Vote for Ireland’s 100 leading graduate employers – cash prizes up for grabs!

Over 8,000 students from across Ireland took part in our 2013 trendence Graduate Barometer. Your views decide who makes the Ireland’s 100 top graduate employers. Complete our survey and have the chance to win hundreds of euro worth of Amazon vouchers! The survey takes just 20 minutes to complete. To take part, please go to: www.trendence-gradbarometer.ie

Survey on Attitudes to Organ Donation

Please participate in this short NUI Galway survey regarding organ donation. It should take a maximum of 5 minutes to complete by clicking the link here.

 

Kinvara locals to speak about boycott of Israel 7pm Tonight

On Thursday 27 November, the Galway Palestine Solidarity Campaign will hold a talk on the boycott of Israeli goods by business owners and consumers in the town of Kinvara in Monroe’s Tavern, Dominick Street, at 7pm. The meeting will be addressed by John Griffin and Frank Naughton, two members of the community in Kinvara who helped organise the boycott after numerous conversations in the local community about Israeli atrocities. The boycott, initiated in August 2014, was a direct response to the barbaric attacks on the people of Gaza by the Israeli military forces, with left over 1,800 Palestinians dead.

Need Help…

Exam De-Stress Programme 24th Nov – 12th Dec

Wouldn’t a massage feel great?  Or maybe some relaxing reflexology or an amazing acupuncture treatment?  The Exam De-stress Programme offers you subsidised de-stressing treatments  in the Wellness Centre, back of the Hub, Áras na Mac Léinn.  It all starts Monday 24th November and runs for 3 weeks.  You can see all the details at this link.  To make a booking email destressbooking@nuigalway.ie.

Connacht Rugby NUIG Student Tickets on Sale Now:

  • Connacht vs Scarlets 7.30pm Saturday 29th November 2014 €10 

Tickets available from SU Office (Mon-Fri 10am-5pm) and SU Engineering Desk (Mon-Fri 11am-3pm).

 

Capture Your Campus Calendar On Sale Now

The 2015 calendar, featuring the winning photos from the EXPLORE Capture Your Campus (CYC) photo competition, is now available. Priced at €5 only, all proceeds go to Students’ Union charities: Console and BelonGTo. You can buy a copy from the SU Office or Shop now.

 

Galway Rape Crisis Centre 30th Anniversary Walk Saturday 6th December 2014

Join Galway Rape Crisis to mark 30 Years of Healing and hope for survivors of sexual abuse and violence. Begins at 3pm from the Spanish Arch and ends at Blackrock. For information and registration visit www.galwayrcc.org

Full Registration Fee €30. Reduced Registration Fee for Students & OAP €15.

 

Contact Us

You can contact the Students’ Union by email to studentsunion@nuigalway.ie with any questions or suggestions you may have. You can also like or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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.

SHAG (Sexual Health Advice & Guidance) Week 2014

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NUI Galway Students’ Union SHAG (Sexual Health Advice and Guidance) Week 2014

Monday 10th February

11am SHAG Week Launch – The Quad

12pm – 4pm How Long Can You Ride? Rodeo Bull at the College Bar

8pm SeX Rated Comedy Hypnotist O’Flaherty Theatre (Tickets €5 – last few tickets on sale in the SU now)

Tuesday 11th February

SEX – You can hook up with more than you bargained for. STI Awareness Information.

Wednesday 12th February

3pm-4pm Aids West Risky Behaviour Workshop in AC201

SHAG Packs across Campus

Thursday 13th February

1pm-3pm Cope Galway Information Stand in Áras na Mac Léinn

7pm-9pm The Dirty Circus in the College Bar

Friday 14th February

Valentine’s Day Rolos and Roses

More information from su.welfare@nuigalway.ie