Open Day 2017

November 16th, 12pm - 4pm & 5pm - 7pm

Come and experience what life at Carlow College, St. Patrick's is really like first hand. Meet our students and staff, explore the campus, check out the facilities and learn more about the degree programmes you are interested in. 

Our Open Day is free, full of information and a fun introduction to what you could expect from college life with us. 


What To Expect

  • Tour the campus, exploring the facilities with our current students 
  • Meet staff to find out more about the programmes you are interested in
  • Our Students Union will be running a number of actives throughout the day with fun games for you and your friends to enjoy
  • Talks about the courses and career options available to graduates 
  • Mini-lectures across our undergraduate degree programmes delivered by lecturers
  • Information on supports available as you transition to third level In addition, we’ll also have a number of stands offering information on:
     Students Union

     Degree & Masters Programmes

     Clubs & Societies

     Part time study Options

     Admissions

     Careers Advice 

     SUSI Grants

     Health Care 


Mini Lectures Schedule 

Social Care and Citizenship & Community Studies

Time:

Lecturer Name:

Subject:

12.30

Catherine O’Sullivan

Sociology

12.50

Candice Condon

Psychology

13.10

Helen Maher

Social Ethics, Rights & Equality

13.30

Catherine O’Sullivan

Sociology

13.50

Stephanie McDermott

Social Ethics, Rights & Equality

14.10

Candice Condon

Psychology

14.30

John McHugh

Management & Leadership

14.50

Helen Maher

Social Ethics, Rights & Equality

15.10

Susan Ní Chuileann

Abnormal Psychology


English & History and Humanities

Time:

Lecturer Name:

Subject:

12.30

Simon Workman

English: Metaphor in popular culture

12.45

Michael Sherman

Theology: The Gospel according to Batman

13.00

Noel Kavanagh

Philosophy: How to understand the post truth alternative facts world

13.15

Eric Derr

History: Portrayal of women in the 1950’s

13.30

Derek Coyle

English: James Joyce – ‘Ulysses’

13.45

Elaine Callinan

History: 1916 Easter Rising

14.00

Sarah Otten

Philosophy: General Ethics

14.15

Michael Sherman

Theology: The Gospel according to Batman

14.30

Eoghan Smith

English: How novels tell the story of our culture

14.45

Noel Kavanagh

Philosophy: How to understand the post truth alternative facts world

15.00

Elaine Callinan

History: 1916 Easter Rising

15.15

Michael Sherman

Theology: The Gospel according to Batman