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Creating Our Future presents a Fireside Chat with Emilie Pine, Professor of Modern Drama at UCD and author of Notes to Self.
A webinar to outline the supports available to displaced students and researchers arriving in Ireland.
Conversation 10 in the RIA Online Conversation Series: Perspectives and Pathways in a Time of Crisis.
Online discussion of how academics, researchers and policymakers can work together effectively to create evidence based public policy.
The Royal Irish Academy (RIA) and the John and Pat Hume Foundation are hosting jointly a one-day conference in Derry / Londonderry.
Science Education Symposium in partnership with ALLEA- All European Academies.
One-day symposium addressing the future of higher education policy and practice on the island of Ireland.
A Royal Irish Academy- Health Services Executive Digital Transformation Unit workshop
Researchers from across the country are invited to a IUA-RIA workshop to share their views on Ireland's new research funding agency.
Can taxation be a tool for social good?