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LLM Human Rights in Criminal Justice: Postgraduate Profile – Ayobami Ademuwagun

Ayobami Ademuwagun is from Nigeria and is currently studying for the LLM Human Rights in Criminal Justice here at UL. Ayobami gives her perspective on studying in Ireland and her experience of the course so far. LLM Human Rights in Criminal Justice Student Ayobami Ademuwagun What did you learn on the course? There’s two different… Continue reading LLM Human Rights in Criminal Justice: Postgraduate Profile – Ayobami Ademuwagun

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MA Contemporary Dance Performance Students take part in the Lighting Design for Dance Project with the Lir Academy, Liz Roche Company and Dance Ireland.

Students from the MA Contemporary Dance Performance at the Irish World Academy took part in an exciting new learning initiative with MFA students in Lighting Design from the Lir Academy Dublin in a supportive and resourced teaching environment to learn about and experiment with lighting design for dance productions. Mentored by choreographer Liz Roche and… Continue reading MA Contemporary Dance Performance Students take part in the Lighting Design for Dance Project with the Lir Academy, Liz Roche Company and Dance Ireland.

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LLM in Human Rights in Criminal Justice: Postgraduate Profile – Michael Carmody

Michael Carmody is graduate of the Bachelor of Laws (Law plus) LLB at the University of Limerick and is currently a student of the LLM in Human Rights in Criminal Justice at UL. He shares his experience of the masters programme, the UL School of Law and studying at UL. LLM in Human Rights in… Continue reading LLM in Human Rights in Criminal Justice: Postgraduate Profile – Michael Carmody

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LLM International Commercial Law: Postgraduate Profile – Nancy Lugeye

Nancy Lugeye is from Tanzania and is currently studying for the LLM International Commerical Law here at UL. Nancy gives her perspective on studying in Ireland and her experience of the course so far. LLM International Commercial Law Student Nancy Lugeye What made you study at UL? What made me study at the University of… Continue reading LLM International Commercial Law: Postgraduate Profile – Nancy Lugeye

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Arts-Based Research: A Workshop with Darlene Clover and Budd Hall

To celebrate the Limerick launch of the UNESCO Knowledge for Change (K4C) Programme, the University of Limerick K4C team are delighted to invite those of you interested in Community-Based Participatory Research and arts-based methods to a workshop facilitated by Darlene Clover and Budd Hall from the University of Victoria, Canada. The workshop will take place… Continue reading Arts-Based Research: A Workshop with Darlene Clover and Budd Hall

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Whichcandidate.ie aids voters in making their final decision before polling day

Rory Costello, is a lecturer in the Politics and Public Administration department at the University of Limerick. He specialises in electoral and legislative politics in Europe, with a particular focus on Ireland and on the European Union. Rory developed the whichcandidate.ie website that helps voters see how their own views align with current election candidates.… Continue reading Whichcandidate.ie aids voters in making their final decision before polling day

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MA in Applied Linguistics: Graduate Profile – Marta Fortes Saez

Marta is a recent graduate of the MA in Applied Linguistics here in UL. She shares her experiences of the programme, UL and Ireland below. MA in Applied Linguistics Graduate Marta Fortes Saez What did you learn on the course? The course was very interesting because it wasn’t only focused on teaching. We also learned… Continue reading MA in Applied Linguistics: Graduate Profile – Marta Fortes Saez

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Music Therapy and Chronic Pain: Original Research at UL

EXAMINING THE BENEFIT OF MUSIC AND MUSIC THERAPY FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH CHRONIC PAIN AN IRISH RESEARCH COUNCIL FUNDED (NEW FOUNDATIONS) PROJECT In 2019 researchers at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance led innovative research exploring the potential of music to assist people living with chronic pain to improve their health and well-being.… Continue reading Music Therapy and Chronic Pain: Original Research at UL