International Women’s Day 2022 at NUI Galway

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NUI Galway invite you to attend a series of events from 7-12 March to celebrate International Women’s Day 2022.

Please see below for registration/joining details.

International Women’s Day 2022 at NUI Galway

Monday March 7th, 4pm – 5:30pm

Online, via Zoom







Discipline of Gender and Women’s Studies International Women’s Day Webinar

‘Gender based violence and migration: Centring hidden intersections’

Speakers include: Dr Nata Duvvury, Director, Centre for Global Women’s Studies, NUI Galway, Professor Jane Freedman, Université of Paris 8, Dr Nina Sahraoui, Paris Centre for Sociological and Political Research, and Dr Nasrin Handoker, NUI Galway. Moderated by: Dr Stacey Scriver, Centre for Global Women’s Studies, NUI Galway.

Join via Zoom at THIS LINK

CGWS IWW webinar 2022 image

Tuesday March 8th, 2pm – 4pm

Lower Aula, Quadrangle online, via Zoom




Celebrating 10 Years of the University Women’s Network

The University Women’s Network present Dr Máire Geoghegan Quinn, Chairperson of NUI Galway’s Údarás na hOllscoile and former EU Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science.

‘Embedding Gender Equality at NUI Galway: challenges and opportunities’

Join to celebrate 10 Years of the University Women’s Network, in person or online.

 ‌UWN - IWW 2022 event

Tuesday March 8th, 5pm

Engineering Building







The College of Science and Engineering and the WiSTEM Society invite you to meet the inaugural winners of the NUI Galway J&J WiSTEM2D programme scholarships: Ailíse, Aisling, Aine, Brenda, Karen, Luka Anna, Rida, Sabrina, Shan and Thalyra.

Come along to watch ‘Picture a Scientist’ and see how this programme and like-minded women are paving the way in the movement to eradicate gender imbalance in STEM related fields and are advocating for women in STEM to smash that glass ceiling.

No registration required.

 ‌WiSTEM J&J scholarships - Quad photo


Wednesday March 9th, 12pm-1pm

CA110, Whitaker Institute Seminar Room





Discipline of Economics Seminar

Are economics conferences gender neutral? Evidence from Ireland’

Dr Margaret Samahita, School of Economics, University College Dublin. Find out more about Dr Samahita’s research here.

No registration required.

 ‌Dr Margaret Samahita - IWW 2022 event
Thursday March 10th, 1pm – 2pm

Online, via Zoom




‘Supporting Women in Research: NUI Galway Grants and How to Use Them’ 

To mark International Women’s Day in the College of Medicine, Nursing, and Health Sciences, Vice-Dean for EDI, Dr Kasia Whysall, will be hosting a panel discussion to hear from women who have availed of the Office of the Vice-President for Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion’s two grant schemes – the Athena Swan Mid-Career Research Capacity Building Grant and the Research Grant for Returning Academic Carers.

 ‌CMNHS IWW 2022 event
Friday March 11th, 12pm – 1pm




International Staff Network (ISN) invites you to the Town Hall meeting on:

‘Progressing the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion agenda in Irish Higher Education Institutions’ 

Speakers: Dr Marta Kempny & Dr Lucy Michael, authors of the Race Equality in the Higher Education Sector in Ireland, and Ms Helen Maher, Vice-President for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, NUI Galway. 

 ‌ISN IWW 2022 event - speakers

The Centre for Adult Learning and Professional Development at NUI Galway, we offer an extensive range of Professional, Part-time and Evening courses. Our flexible courses allow you to study at your own pace in a wide range of subject areas.

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