Opening of the Information and Training Centre
Carlow College is pleased to announce the opening of its new Information and Training Centre on Tullow Street. The Centre is open to prospective students, both school leavers and mature learners, to provide information about the degree programmes offered by the College. The Centre will also be a venue for seminars, public lectures, drama workshops and musical events. For further information please call: 059 9164280.
Humanities and Arts Degrees in High Demand!
Recently the Irish Independent (27 November 2014) published an article titled, 'Arts boost as bosses put humanity into business: Many employers are hiring graduates with arts and humanities degrees. Why are they in such demand?' that explored the importance of these degrees in the global economy. Please click [here] to read the full article.
Are you interested in studying abroad?
If you are a Carlow College student currently studying Humanities or English & History, you may be interested to find out about opportunities to study in the United States. For more information, please contact Dr. Eric Derr, Coordinator of the International Office at Carlow College.
'From Isolation to Identity: A Study of Voice Recognition in the Child with Autism', a presentation from Dr. Susan Ni Chuileann, Lecturer in Psychology at Carlow College. To view Dr. Ni Chuileann's PowerPoint presentation, please click [here].
'Encircling Worlds: Imagining Irish Suburbia' was a conference sponsored by Carlow College and the VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art. Participants included a number of writers and artists who came together to discuss creative responses to suburbia in Irish art and writing. The RTE 'Book Show' spoke to Donal Ryan (award winning writer), Professor Michael Cronin (DCU), Dr. Simon Workman (Carlow College) and Oona Frawley (Maynooth University) about the ways in which Irish writers have drawn on suburbia for inspiration. Please click [here] to listen to the broadcast.