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School of Law Names China Internship Winner - The School of Law, University of Limerick, is delighted to announce Ms Niamh Shanahan (4th year Law Plus) as this year’s recipient of the School of Law/CRCC Asia Scholarship to conduct a two-month legal internship in China in summer 2018. Each year, the School of Law supports one student to the tune of €1,750 to… Continue reading School of Law Names China Internship Winner
UL research establishes child involvement in organised crime - A University of Limerick study has established evidence that the deliberate involvement of children in criminal networks can be found throughout Ireland and extends beyond the ‘Greentown’ single area study. The National Prevalence Study, launched by Minister of State David Stanton, TD has established that findings from the ‘Lifting a Lid on Greentown’ research based… Continue reading UL research establishes child involvement in organised crime
Preaching what we practice: Dr Karol Mullaney-Dignam on Public History - Dr Karol Mullaney-Dignam (Department of History) delivered a paper at the ‘Why Public History?’ Conference held at a snowy Queen’s University Belfast on 7-8 December 2017. Over 2 days, 12 panels of 33 papers were delivered on a variety of topics concerning the practice of history in the public realm – museums, archives, anniversaries, education… Continue reading Preaching what we practice: Dr Karol Mullaney-Dignam on Public History
Developing language policy research in China - Professor Helen Kelly-Holmes, Chair in Applied Languages and Executive Dean of the Faculty, recently visited China as the 2017 China State Language Commission Distinguished Visiting Professor of Language Policy. Helen was hosted by Shanghai International Studies University (SISU) and undertook a variety of activities during her stay, including a talk for scholars at the Shanghai… Continue reading Developing language policy research in China
Conference at UL explores football and politics - On November 23rd and 24th, the annual conference of the Football Collective, a dedicated multidisciplinary international network of over 200 academics and sports practitioners, was held at the University of Limerick. Organized by Dr James Carr, Dr Martin Power (Department of Sociology) and Dr Stephen Millar (Visiting Leverhulme fellow at UL’s Popular Music and Popular… Continue reading Conference at UL explores football and politics

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