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The Faculty of AHSS prides itself on the quality of its teaching and its commitment to research and places a strong emphasis on the role of debate and discussion in the development of knowledge and analytical skills.


 

AHSS student volunteers awarded at annual University of Limerick President’s Volunteer Award (PVA) - Congratulations to all AHSS Students who were recognised for their voluntary work during the last academic year at the annual University of Limerick President’s Volunteer Award (PVA) ceremony this week. A total of 435 University of Limerick students, the highest number to date, were honoured at the ceremony, held on campus on September 19th.  98 Faculty… Continue reading AHSS student volunteers awarded at annual University of Limerick President’s Volunteer Award (PVA)
UL Law lecturer addresses Oireachtas Committee on Justice and Equality - Dr Laura Cahillane (School of Law) was invited to address the Oireachtas Committee on Justice and Equality on 19th September as part of the pre-legislative scrutiny of the general scheme of the 38th Amendment of the Constitution Bill on the woman in the home provision of the Constitution. Article 41.2 reads: “The State recognises that… Continue reading UL Law lecturer addresses Oireachtas Committee on Justice and Equality
Student experience: Law Plus student Eilbhe recounts her time at the University of Texas at Austin - UL Law students have the opportunity of completing a semester or a year abroad in our partner institutions across Europe (through our Erasmus programme) and North America (through our Study Exchange programme). Eilbhe Harrington completed her spring semester of 3rd year at the University of Texas at Austin, School of Law – a top-10 US… Continue reading Student experience: Law Plus student Eilbhe recounts her time at the University of Texas at Austin
Mandatory consent workshops for AHSS first years - Mandatory consent workshops will be given to Faculty of Arts Humanities & Social Sciences first year students this semester. Staff and student facilitators have received training from SMART Consent of NUIG, and will give the workshops during tutorial hours to our students. Lorcan O’Donnell, Deputy President and Student Welfare Officer of UL Student Life said:… Continue reading Mandatory consent workshops for AHSS first years
Do accents matter? UL Sociolinguistics lecturer discusses her research on RTÉ - Dr Máiréad Moriarty, our Assistant Dean International, appeared on RTÉ’s Claire Byrne Live yesterday evening, discussing her research on accents with poet Colm Keegan and musician Paddy Cullivan. Watch the segment now (from 33.57 minutes) Máiréad Moriarty is a Senior Lecturer in Sociolinguistics. Her research focuses on the relationship between language and society with a… Continue reading Do accents matter? UL Sociolinguistics lecturer discusses her research on RTÉ

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