Whitaker Institute for Innovation and Societal Change
At the forefront of a new generation, bringing imagination and innovation to influence some of the great challenges facing Ireland and Europe now and in the future.
Event Location J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics
Event Location CA110 (SAC Room), Cairnes Building
NUI Galway Professor of Human Resource Management and Employment Relations, Professor Tony Dundon, has been conferred with the award of Fellow by the Academy of... | Read on »
The Irish Social Sciences Platform (ISSP) and the Irish Research Council (IRC) will present a one day conference on ‘The Social Sciences in Ireland: Status,... | Read on »
Featured Projects & Infrastructure
STYLE is a research project that aims to examine the obstacles and opportunities affecting youth employment in Europe. The project includes 25 research partners, an... | Read on »
The objective of the Sea For Society project is to implicate and raise awareness among researchers, policy makers, economic stakeholders, young people, citizens and civil... | Read on »
SOCIOEC is a collaborative project, which has received funding from the European Union under the Seventh Framework Programme of Cooperation (FP7; Food, Agriculture and Fisheries).... | Read on »
An online collection of Irish economic history data going back three centuries. Duanaire supports research on Irish fiscal and economic history and provides a permanent digital platform for curating, managing, exploring and open sharing of Irish economic history data.
The Marine Atlantic Regions Network is an EU transnational co-operation project involving 10 partners from the five member states in the Atlantic Area. The project aims to develop a methodology to create and collate comparable marine socio-economic data across the Atlantic regions. This data in turn will support marine socio-economic development along the Atlantic Area. NUI Galway leads on the first strand: forming the network. Its focus is on collaboration and knowledge-sharing between marine socio-economists, policy officers, and local and regional authorities across the Atlantic Area.