ReelLIFE SCIENCE Schools Video Competition 2016

The ReelLIFE SCIENCE Schools Video Competition is back for 2016, with €3000 on offer for primary and post-primary students and teachers with a passion for Science. Schools are challenged to communicate a science topic (e.g How Things Work, The Heart, Irish Science Heroes) to the public via a short animated or live action video. Closing date is Friday October 14th. ReelLIFE SCIENCE is supported by Science Foundation Ireland and the CURAM Centre for Research in Medical Devices. More information at

Masters Research Scholarship Opportunities at IT Tralee

We would like to inform you about the Masters Research Scholarship Opportunities at IT Tralee, Ireland.

One of them is: "Designing and evaluating the impact of an inclusive aquatic training programme for aquatic tutors and teachers".

There is a bursary of €12,000 available as part of this research.

For further details and the other Master Research Scholarship Opportunities please follow this link:

Registration now open for NCCPE UK Engage 2016, Bristol 29th & 30th November

The NCCPE UK team are calling for contributions to Engage 2016, which will take place on the 29th & 30th November in Bristol. Encouraging new ways of thinking about engagement and how to support it, the conference will provide stimulation and challenge, inspiring us to develop high quality practice. The conference will also feature the finalists of this year’s Engage competition, which is now closed for applications.

Information on CAROLINE – Collaborative Research Fellowships for a Responsive and Innovative Europe

CAROLINE is a POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP programme co-financed by the Irish Research Council and the European Commission under Marie Curie Sklodowska Actions COFUND. The programme is entitled CAROLINE - ‘Collaborative Research Fellowships for a Responsive and Innovative Europe’.

Information on CAROLINE is available via slide deck here.


Research Coordinator job vacancy at Centre for Effective Services (CES)

The Centre for Effective Services (CES) is a not for profit, intermediary organisation established in 2008, with offices in Dublin and Belfast. CES works across a range of government departments and agencies, not-for-profit and community organisations to improve outcomes for communities, children, young people and families. We connect policy, practice and research, helping to ensure the implementation of effective services, to improve the lives of people living across the island of Ireland.

National Forum Vacancy for Project Manager (Professional Development)

The National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning was established to enhance teaching and learning in Irish Higher Education through: advocacy, connecting excellent practice, collaboration, innovation and the mobilisation of expertise throughout the entire higher education system in Ireland. In particular, it aims to find efficient ways of maximising teaching and learning excellence by focusing the energy and expertise of the sector on specific, agreed enhancement themes – with a view to addressing challenges of collective importance to the sector.


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