"Applications for the International Negotiation Competition (INC) are now open!This competition is designed to allow students to gain invaluable negotiation skills early in their careers.The competition will be held on Friday 4th March - Sunday 6th March. Participants must compete in teams of two. At the moment, the competition is being held both in-person and online, with teams being given the choice to decide which format they wish to compete in. However, please note that the in-person aspect of the competition may be cancelled at any time in line with local and/or national COVID-19 restrictions and moved to an entirely online format.The link for the application form is: https://forms.gle/HQtZDZS1AKiTC5GQAThe deadline for applications for in-person participants is Sunday 6th February @ 23.59 GMT. The deadline for applications for online participants is Sunday 13th February @ 23.59 GMT.We look forward to receiving your applications! If you have any queries, send us a direct message or email us at email@example.com"
"The Generation Google Scholarship: for women in computer science in Ireland is open to students who meet all the minimum qualifications below and we strongly encourage women to apply. Each scholar will receive a 5,000 EUR award for two consecutive years of their undergraduate studies and a mentorship opportunity with an Engineer in Google Ireland. Who Should Apply? To be eligible to apply, applicants must:Be currently enrolled as a first or second year undergraduate student at a university in Ireland for the 2021-2022 academic year Intend to continue pursuing their Bachelors degree at a university in Ireland for at least the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 academic yearsBe studying computer science, computer engineering, or a closely related technical field Demonstrate a strong academic recordExemplify leadership and demonstrate a passion for improving representation of underrepresented groups in computer science and technology For complete details and an application link please visit our scholarship website and click the Women in CS in Ireland tab. This is a unique opportunity to get dedicated mentoring support from a Google Engineer in addition to the financial support and hopefully open doors to a range of opportunities for Scholars both in Google and beyond! Deadline to apply: December 10, 2021."
"It's competition time!To celebrate the festive season we're hosting a Christmas competition!To enter you must:1) Send in a picture of your creation to our instagram page: @acd.mu,2) Be a member of the society here on MULife, and3) Follow our instagram page.The deadline is the 1st of January 2022, so be sure to have your submission in before then!"
"Hey everyone!We will be watching Deck the Halls to end the semester, we will exchange the Secret Santa presents before the movie starts! It will be Tuesday 12 pm - 2 pm because training this week is cancelled due to the prepping of exam halls. The location is SE131 in School of Education. We hope to see you there!"
"It's been a very busy couple of weeks for all of our University rugby squads with some sensational results - most notably the weekend just passed!Senior men away at Buccaneers in the All Ireland League - put ourselves back in the promotion mix with an excellent away win when 13-0 down to battle back and emerge victorious 13-15 with 2nd Years Sean Sexton and David Dooley prominent and Ryan Doyle & Shane Stokes (both year 3) in the pack. Picture is of our commentator Leo Turley who is the voice of our live stream in the All Ireland League!Our U20 men had a superb win in Premier 2 division dismantling Trinity 66-12. There were many outstanding performances across the team James Gorham (1st year) orchestrating things from outhalf.Our women's first team took every chance against DCU winning out 12-58 with some outstanding performances - Ava Fannin dominating up front and Ava Gleeson directing very well.Greg Edogun (year 2) scored a cracker to secure a fantastic last minute win versus CYM for our U23s in D5 (men's 3s). That's the second superb effort from him two weeks in a row."
"Hey Everyone, ICE-SKATING Blanchardstown event is POSTPONED this evening due to Storm Barra. Our New date for the trip is rescheduled to NEXT THURSDAY 16TH December 2021- same time. More info to follow on our Instagram and Email !! Hope everyone stays safe :)"
"****** BÉARLA THÍOS// ENGLISH BELOW ******Tá áthas an domhain orainn arís i mbliana gur éirigh linn €707 a bhailiú do Movember, a bhí ar siúl ag cuid den choiste i rith Mí na Samhna. Tar éis rath ár n-iarracht anuraidh, tá ionadh orainn go raibheamar in ann roinnt mhaith airgid a bhailiú i mbliana.Go raibh míle maith agaibh do chuile dhuine a thug tabhartas agus a bhí páirteach ann!!!We're delighted again this year to announce that we have raised €707 for Movember, which some of the committee members took part in during November. After the success of our efforts last year, we're pleasantly surprised that we were able to raise so much money again this year.Thanks a million to everyone who donated and who took part both this year and last!!!"
"Seo chugaibh ár bpodchraoladh úrnua "Sin é an Tae" curtha i láthair ag ár Uachtarán Chloe agus ár Leas Uachtarán Órlaith !! Beidh an podchroaladh le cloisteáil beo ar Mars FM chuile sheachtain Dé Máirt ar a 6.Beidh sé le fáil ar Spotify chomh maith.Éistigí linn !!!Presenting our brand new podcast "Sin é an Tae" hosted by our President Chloe agus our Vice-President Órlaith.You can catch us live on Mars FM every Tuesday at 6.The podcast will also be available on Spotify.Tune in a chairde !!!"
"Hi all, The Trinity tea tournament was very much fun it was a two day tournament and Maynooth Ultimate were able to send two teams (Long Island tea) and (Licorice). Both teams did very well and it was great for all the new players to get a sensation of what a frisbee match looks like. The two teams got to play against each other which was the most important match of the day. The tournament was on the 12th and 13th of November it was very well organised and great to have it early in the academic year to meet other players in other teams. We had a bus leave from MU to Santry for both days which made it very easy to all the players to get to the place. Well done to all those who participated in the tournament and we are looking forward to all upcoming events. "
"This week's workshop will be hosted by Niall Finnegan on the topic of Developing your ideas! The workshop will take place in Iontas Lecture Theatre on Monday 22nd November at 7pm. As always places must be booked in advance on MULife, linked below!Link: https://mulife.ie/society/drama*If you make a booking and find you are no longer able to attend, please cancel your booking to free up places for others who can attend to book, Thank you*"
"If you would like to delve deeper into the area of Privacy Law and be in with the chance of winning a €150 cash prize and 2 tickets to the first-ever Intervarsity Law Summit, we would highly encourage you to enter our Privacy Law Essay Competition! Entries for the competition open Wednesday 24th November 2021 on ELSA Day and close Wednesday 8th December 2021 @ midnight. Participants are asked to write an essay on 'Privacy in the Digital Age' between 800 & 1000 words (excluding footnotes and bibliography). The format is Times New Roman, pt 12 & double (2.0) spacing. Participants are asked to use OSCOLA referencing to cite their sources. Please do not include any identifying characteristics (i.e. name, student number, etc.) in the essay. Submit your essay in .doc or .docx format to firstname.lastname@example.org before Wednesday 8th December @ midnight.The winner of the competition will receive a €150 cash prize and 2 tickets to the first-ever Intervarsity Law Summit, which takes place in Cork from the 25th-27th February 2022 (more information on the Intervarsity Summit available here).Best of luck to all participants and we look forward to reading your essays!"
"Hey everyone!We’ll be having an EGM (extraordinary general meeting) to elect some new committee members next Tuesday 23rd of November at 6:45 pm in JHL4 in John Hume Building! Check our socials for the roles available.To be nominated you can message our Instagram or fill out the google forms: https://forms.gle/dw66yqvUuEshRKHY8To be nominated and to vote at the EGM you must have paid the membership fee on MULife.We will be going for pints in McMahon's pub after the meeting so we hope to see you all there!If you are running for committee, you have 1.5 minutes to talk about yourself and why you think you are good for the role.If you’ve got any questions, don’t be afraid to ask any of the committee members!"
""We are excited to launch the fifth year of our Enactus and Citi Foundation partnership with a new name of the Enactus & Citi Pathways to Progress Social Inclusion Entrepreneurship Development Programme! The partnership invites students from ten third-level institutions around Ireland to compete for seed funding worth €10,000. This funding will be used for social entrepreneurship development programmes that empower young people from disadvantaged urban areas throughout Ireland. This programme aims to impact the lives of young people aged 16-24 years old from a wide variety of disadvantaged and minority backgrounds with projects focusing on diversity and inclusion. Projects can impact people from any of the following underrepresented groups:1. A social-economically disadvantaged background2. An ethnic minority group3. A physical or intellectual disability or a learning difficulty4. Communities with the lowest progression to third level education5. A history of low educational attainment in their families6. Identify as LGBTQ+In addition to funding, successful students will be invited to training days in January and March which will help develop and refine your ideas, before presenting to a panel of Citi judges and Enactus Alumni at a showcase event in April 2022 where you can win more seed funding!Why should you apply?The programme will help to develop your project idea with seed funding and training Each project will be assigned a mentor from Citi for the year who will provide mentorship, feedback and supportYou will have the chance to pitch for thousands of euro in seed funding on top of the seed funding you will receive at the start of the programmeGain personal skills while on the programme including presentation, organisation, project management and networking skillsHow do you apply?Fill in the application here - applications close on November 26thShortlisted projects will be contacted on November 30th to register to pitch their idea at a live pitching event on December 2nd Not pitching and want to attend the event to support your team? Register here.If you are interested in applying but are unsure if your project would be suitable, make sure to reach out to your Programme Officer, Aoife at email@example.com and she can let you know if your project can apply""
"Another fantastic win for our Student Sport Ireland team who defeated Dundalk IT yesterday 58-17. Outstanding performances from the team:1 Sandro Javikishvili, 2 Jack Castles (C), 3 Ethan Keogh, 4 Eoghan Murphy, 5 Nathan Cassidy, 6 Ciaran Purcell, 7 Ben Farrell, 8 Eddie Carr, 9 Conor Mahon, 10 Ben Fleming, Greg Edogun, Max Saunders, 13 Ben Jones, 14 Gautier Rigal, 15 Adam BagnallReplacements: James Whelan, Zack O Reilly, Luke Mitchell, Ronan LambNext week is our last pool match versus DCU - HOME, WEDNESDAY (TIME TBC)."
"Our second week of Movember was underway this week and we were very busy! We kicked the week off with a movie night on Monday where we watched The Holiday to begin getting us in the Christmas spirit (arguably a bit too early for some!!) This was a really cute event and everyone had a great time. On Wednesday we hosted our regular Walk and Talk with a Movember theme to make everyone a little more aware of the importance of Men's Mental Health. We love the regular chats at these events are are already looking forward to next week.On Thursday evening, Shauna, our President, and Mark, one of our PROs, appeared on Mars.fm for a live interview about Movember on Youtube. We had a great chat about why Men's Mental Health matters and how you can support our campaign. You can check it out on http://youtu.be/5Ta4f4oo0jl now!Don't forget that if you want to support our Movember campaign you can donate through this link https://movember.com/t/movember-maynooth-2021?mc=1 Have a great week!"
"Results update from last week:Our Student Sport Ireland Squad played TU Dublin away at Terenure College RFC. We won out 17-54 in a high energy performance with strong showing right across the squad.Our U23s lost 5-21 on Friday night on campus. Despite massive amounts of possession and territory we couldn't break down a resolute defence but our young squad will learn a huge amount from their performance.Our U20s men had a super win on Sunday away at Wanderers 10-30 with some superb tries from 2nd year students Adam Bagnall and Sean Sexton. We are now 5 wins from 5 in Premier 2, top with 24 points from a possible 25.Our women are suffering with injuries and went down to Tullamore 41-3 but they still remain 3rd in the league.This week sees only the following fixtures:Student Sport Ireland League we are home to DKIT Wednesday on campus at 4pm. All welcome to support.Men's 1st XV home in the All Ireland League at the club grounds at 230pm on Saturday versus Old Crescent, Limerick.REMEMBER SOCIAL TAG RUGBY TONIGHT MONDAY AT 7PM - ALL WELCOME.Men U20 and U23s at University training tomorrow 645pm on the grass pitch.Men's 1st and 2nd XVs at University training on Thursday 730pm.Women's XV are training Tuesday at 745pm on campus - email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance.Queries to email@example.com rugby officer"
"We are delighted to bring you our second newsletter. This month is promised to bring you more fun items such as Netflix and book suggestions along with compelling articles written by our own committee members. we have great app suggestions that aim to assist students with study and and further develop their note-taking abilities for those difficult assignments and exam preparations.We do hope you enjoy reading them as much as we enjoy writing them and I would like to encourage anyone to offer their suggestions or feedback as it will be hugely welcomed. the link to the newsletter is as follows:https://cdn.mulife.ie/mail/adeb832d2993e2804ff7f9effbd67222/Legal_Tech_Society_Newsletter_2.pdf"
"On Wednesday 10th of November 2021 the club hosted an EGM to elect new committee members. Congratulations all who were successfully elected:President - Matthew MorrowVice President - Jordan RossiterTreasurer - Ciaron DunnePRO - Ibrahim Doush, Aislinn MooreDevelopment Officer - Aaron ReillyTeam Coordinator - David MurtaghEvents Officer - Conor DohertyFirst Year Rep - Oisín Ryan, Adam Furlong, Matthew Cleary, Daniel CunninghamThank you to everyone who attended the EGM and for everyone's continued support within the club. This is going to be a great year!"
"Reminder of training sessions this week:social tag rugby 7-8pm all weather pitch/grass Monday u20 & u23 men Tuesday Thursday 645pm north campus pitch Women’s 1st and 2nds rugby 745pm Tuesday on grass pitch, 730pm Thursday at club groundsAll Ireland League men squad at club grounds Tuesday 730pm and university grass pitch Thursday 745pmSocial rugby at club grounds Thursday 730pmContact Thomas.firstname.lastname@example.org and remember to join our membership here first!1st Social game of Student Sport Ireland league Wednesday away versus TU Dublin."
"When a room can be found, we will be holding our first society meeting of this year on the week starting 8/11/21. I will send out an activity message tomorrow if possible and encourage all members to attend. I will also be issuing a Clár too. Feel free to contact me, James, on whatsapp at 0874656989 if you need anything. GRMA."
"This weeks rugby matches:Friday: U23 men away St Mary's College RFC - Templeville Road, 8pmSaturday:All Ireland League Men's 1st XV away Ballymena RFC - Eaton Park, 230pmMen's 4th XV home Old Wesley - Parsonstown, 230pmMen's 5th XV home Coolmine - Parsonstown, 230pmSunday:Under 20 men home versus Galwagians (GMIT) - Parsonstown, 230pmNo women's leagues this weekend.Come and support, no charge!"
"Last weekend saw the titanic battle of both unbeaten teams in the men's All Ireland League between us and Queen's University. Unfortunately the lads lost out 16-24 to a strong Queen's 15 who had several Ulster players. Excellent performances from Shane Stokes (year 3), Connor O Brien (graduate '21) and David Dooley (year 2) were noted as selection hots up for the Irish Universities squad. David cannot be selected as he is already named in Ireland Under 19s.Our men's 2nds had an excellent win home to Old Wesley while our under 20 men saw off UCD in premier 2 14-17 in a wintry day at Belfield. Our U23s men suffered a narrow loss to Wanderers FC with a far younger side however we played some sublime rugby with great pace on show from Ben Fleming and Michael Browne (both year 1).Our Women's sides had tough weeks as we had a lengthy injury list gather leading in to the weekend. We suffered losses to Railway Union and Athy (D1 and D4 respectively) but the girls remain in 2nd.We begin our midweek SSI league next Wednesday 10th for the men, away to TU Dublin.DON'T forget social TAG rugby every Monday 7-8pm on the astro/all weather pitch and grass pitches (depending on size of group!)."
"Today, we are launching our recruitment campaign for the coming academic year. We understand that government has a role to help people in their daily lives, and this is why we will be highlighting the work we are doing in government ministries. Each day a graphic will be posted on our social media platforms outlining what we have done so far in helping to shape An Ireland For All. We encourage members to like, share and engage positively with content on our instagram and facebook. "
"This year we are back for Movember, this time with Cancer Soc, to raise funds and awareness for men's health. Globally, 10.8M men are facing a prostate cancer diagnosis, testicular cancer is the most common cancer among young men, and one man dies every minute of every day by suicide. Men's health is in crisis, and Movember funds over 1250 projects globally to help combat this. The link to donate is movember.com/t/movember-maynooth-2021?mc and can be found in our social media bios! You can get involved in lots of ways, not just by growing a mo', but you can mo your own way with a fundraiser of your own too! Let us know and send us on any pictures of any Movember challenges you decide to undertake!"
"Congratulations from all of us here at Maynooth University Ógra Fianna Fáil to Alfie Flynn, our treasurer, on his recent election as political representative on the Maynooth University Societies Council. We have seen first-hand Alfie's work and commitment and have no doubt that he will excel in his role!Best wishes Alfie, from all here in the Seán Lemass cumann!"
"The Maynooth University Chinese Society is a student-run society for all students currently studying at Maynooth. It is a non-profit organization. We initiate, lead and plan events in a variety of fields, including social, cultural, and academic. Our aim is to bring a richer and more successful experience at the University of Maynooth to Chinese students and those studying or just interested in the Chinese language and culture. We are particularly devoted to promoting educational and cultural exchange between China and Ireland, bridging the gaps between the Eastern and the Western world. If you are a Chinese student in Maynooth or you are interested in Chinese culture, food, etc. We all welcome you on board. Let's have fun together.This is our WhatsApp group link: https://chat.whatsapp.com/J4m2VKNhJJvCJ36TfkF25E(We will renew the link every three days , if you find broken links, please be patient to try again in a few days)Our wechat id is Siara_M1016 ????????Siara_M1016"
"Hope you all had a great study week and enjoyed spooky season!We'll be back training starting on Monday. Unfortunately to better facilitate our coach, we will not be able to accept new members on Fridays. If you have already been trained by the club, you are more than welcome to attend.The recent change to COVID guidelines have not changed the current advice from Sports Ireland. This means we must continue the sign up system.Here's the sign up sheet: https://forms.gle/LmGFxxUUN9wu8xP18I look forward to seeing you in training!!!"
"Lots of games this week!All Ireland League men Saturday at home in top of table clash versus Queen's University - 230pm kick off at club grounds!Women's 1st XV who are top of table and 3/3 home to Railway Union Sunday at 1pm!Men's U23s home in the University Friday 8pm versus Wanderers.Men's 2nds home Sunday at 230pm versus Old Wesley in the club.Men's U20s away UCD Sunday at 3pm, Belfield.Men's 4ths away to Terenure on Saturday at Lakelands 3pm.Men's 5ths away to Monkstown Saturday 3pm at Sydney Parade.Women's 2nds away to Athy on Sunday at 1pm.8 adult sides out so there is rugby for all! Remember there is social TAG rugby on Monday at 7-8pm on the all weather pitch."
"Hi All,Exited to announce that our three pool tables have been fully recovered with Hainsworth Smart cloth over the mid term break. We look forward to seeing you all down there to test out our newly refurbished tables after the break. Thanks,Snooker and Pool Committee"
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