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1 Report of the President 2012/13

2 Contents A Message from the President 1 NUI Galway in the News 2 Connecting Past and Present 6 Inspirational Research 8 Engaging with our Community 12 Student Success 16 Accolades and Achievements 20 NUI Galway at a Glance 24 Page 4 The new Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Research Building was completed in April 2013

3 A Message from the President 2012/13 has been a busy year for NUI Galway. Over the last 12 months we have enjoyed many successes across all areas of our activity. It has also been a time of change as the higher education sector began to develop a new roadmap for the future. Ranked third in international rankings In the last year, NUI Galway s growing international profile was recognised in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, when the University was ranked third of the Irish universities, jumping 31 places in the table overall. This achievement was mirrored in the QS World University Rankings, with NUI Galway witnessing the greatest rise in position of all the Irish universities. Meanwhile, the 2013 QS World University Rankings by Subject, included NUI Galway as one of eight Irish institutions to have appeared on the list of the world s top 200 universities in 30 individual disciplines. NUI Galway featured in the top 200 in five different subject categories. This recognition for the quality of our research and teaching from academics and employers around the world is very significant as we compete for students and research support in a global market. Reflections from across Europe Earlier this year we had the pleasure of hosting the 29th Coimbra Group Annual Conference, bringing 200 European University leaders to campus. The Coimbra Group is a network of 40 of Europe s most respected universities who share a commitment to creating special academic and cultural ties in order to promote collaboration, excellence and service to society. To coincide with the Irish Presidency of the European Union and the 25th anniversary of our last hosting the conference, this year s symposium, held at NUI Galway, focused on the theme of Creativity, Research and Innovation in Universities, with an impressive panel of speakers led by Dr Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland and Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science. Recognising exceptional teaching Excellence in teaching is central to the University s mission. Every year the President s Awards for Teaching Excellence recognise the commitment of academic staff to ensuring NUI Galway students receive the highest quality learning experience, and are inspired by the very latest research. For 2013, it will be my privilege to present the following outstanding teachers with their Awards at the Autumn Conferring ceremonies: Dr Rebecca Barr, School of Humanities Dr Mary Fleming, School of Education Dr Séamus McGuire, School of Medicine/ Letterkenny Medical Academy Team Award: French: Final Year Team (Dr Sylvie Lannegrand, Dr Philip Dine, Éamon Ó Cofaigh) Research highlights It was a very exciting year for research as NUI Galway enjoyed success in a number of important projects which will define our research landscape into the future. The University featured prominently in a new Government-funded research programme which saw 300 million awarded to seven new Science Foundation Ireland Research Centres. NUI Galway is involved in three of the seven new science and technology centres with: INSIGHT, a Big Data and analytics centre; MaREI, a centre for marine renewable energy; and a new Synthesis and Solid State Pharmaceutical Centre. In a ground-breaking development for Arts and Humanities research, the University began a project to digitise the Abbey Theatre s historic archive, to create the world s largest ever digital theatre archive. With over 1.8 million items, the archive provides a wealth of extraordinary material giving unique insights into Irish theatre, history, culture and society. Developing the campus The transformation of the campus continued in the last year with the completion of the new Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Research Building in April. This stunning new building provides unrivalled research facilities for students and researchers, as well as providing the most modern of homes for our rich archival collection. An impressive atrium will also provide a unique gallery space for public exhibitions. An extension to the Arts Millennium Building was also completed this Spring and will serve as a new home for the University s School of Psychology. These two developments open onto an attractive courtyard and together create a new quadrangle at the very heart of the campus. Construction is also nearing completion on a new building for biomedical research which will open in September, while work is underway on three further projects, a Human Biology building, a Lifecourse Institute and a Clinical and Translational Research Facility on the grounds of University Hospital Galway. A new vision for the future NUI Galway is an ambitious university with a strong international outlook and unique strengths which set us apart. We look forward to the challenge of shaping a new higher education landscape in the coming year. We have enjoyed great success in the last 12 months and I look forward to building on those achievements in the next academic year. Yours sincerely, James J. Browne, PhD, DSc, MRIA, C.Eng President Page 1 Report of the President 2012 /13

4 NUI Galway in the News Many major developments during 2012/2013 made the headlines. 300 Million Investment in World-Class Research Centres The 300 million investment was announced by Seán Sherlock TD, Minister for Research and Innovation, Professor Mark Ferguson, Director General Science Foundation Ireland, and Richard Bruton TD, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation. NUI Galway featured prominently in Government plans, announced in February 2013, for science and technology research. A total of 300 million is to be invested in seven new Science Foundation Ireland Research Centres, with NUI Galway participating in three of the new centres. The announcement was made by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD and the Minister for Research and Innovation Seán Sherlock, TD. The new centres will link scientists and engineers in partnerships across academia and industry to address crucial research questions and foster the development of new and existing Irish-based technology companies. The aim is also to attract industry that could make an important contribution to Ireland s economy and expand educational and career opportunities in science and engineering. NUI Galway s web science research centre, the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI), along with colleagues from the discipline of IT, will play a leading role in a new Big Data and analytics centre, INSIGHT. With the explosion of internet-based information, Big Data represents a sector that is currently growing at up to 40% per annum. With 32 industry partners, including CISCO, Avaya and HP in Galway, INSIGHT will lead the development of breakthrough data analytics technologies to make Ireland a global leader in this rapidly expanding area. Experts from the University s College of Engineering and Informatics and the Ryan Institute will have prominent roles in the Centre for Marine Renewable Energy Ireland (MaREI). The group will carry out world-class research in the marine renewable energy sector, while also educating and training the next generation of engineers and scientists for the emerging industry. With Ireland being one of the best locations in the world in terms of marine renewable energy resources, the centre will look to generate energy technologies for industry from wave, tidal and floating wind devices. In addition, NUI Galway will be part of the Synthesis and Solid State Pharmaceutical Centre, along with its Alliance Partner, the University of Limerick. Page 2

5 The new centre will honour the life and work of Mary Robinson. Plans for Mary Robinson Centre In September 2012, plans were unveiled to establish a Mary Robinson Centre in her home town of Ballina, Co. Mayo. The development will feature a visitor centre at Mary Robinson s birthplace in Victoria House, on the banks of the River Moy, as well as a research and educational study centre. The study centre will be supported by NUI Galway and focus on the fields of Human Rights and Women s Leadership. Mary Robinson s extensive archive will be the centrepiece of the educational facility. NUI Galway will bring researchers and students from all over the world to engage with its contents. The University will advise on the cataloguing and making available of the archive which is valued at over 2.5 million. As the former President of Ireland and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights takes up her new role as UN Special Envoy for the Great Lakes region of Africa, the collection will provide a wealth of insights into her many national and international achievements. Page 3 Report of the President 2012 /13

6 Ten Years of Student Volunteering Celebrated Lorraine Tansey, ALIVE Volunteer Programme Coordinator, with Rachel Kelly, a second year Speech and Language Therapy student and volunteer. A significant milestone in volunteering in Ireland was reached in NUI Galway s student volunteering programme celebrated ten years of promoting civic engagement at third-level. ALIVE - A Learning Initiative and the Volunteering Experience - was established in 2003 by the Community Knowledge Initiative (CKI) at NUI Galway to harness, acknowledge and support the contribution students make by volunteering. Philanthropy Supports Scholarship The ALIVE programme was the first of its kind in Ireland and its success has been emulated by other third-level institutes across the country. An estimated 6,000 NUI Galway students have given 240,000 hours of voluntary activity over the course of the decade, with a contribution to the local economy equivalent to 2 million. In addition, students have raised an estimated 2 million for a range of charitable causes and community organisations. During the last year, the University gratefully received generous funding from philanthropic sources, which will serve to advance scholarship on campus. The Dr Tony Ryan Trust made a significant donation of over 1 million to support scholarship and innovation in environment, marine and energy. The philanthropic funds will also support the University s Access Programme. As part of the donation, the Dr Tony Ryan Research Scholarships will offer opportunities to pursue a postgraduate degree in the key research areas of environment, marine and energy. In addition to the Scholarships fund, a substantial Ryan Institute Award will feature annually, and allow the winner to commercialise or develop an innovative idea. In a further generous gift to the University, Cancer Care West and Galway University Foundation donated 1 million to provide fullyfunded scholarships for ten PhD students. The Cancer Care West Hardiman Scholars will perform translational and clinical research in the area of cancer biology, therapeutics and all aspects of oncology at NUI Galway and the associated University Hospital Galway. Total philanthropic funding received since Galway University Foundation was established in 1999 has now exceeded 150 million. Page 4

7 Dr T.K. Whitaker lends his name to New Institute The eminent economist and former Secretary of the Department of Finance, Dr T.K. Whitaker, was warmly received at NUI Galway in October 2012 for the announcement of the establishment of the Whitaker Institute for Innovation and Societal Change. Dr Whitaker played an instrumental role in devising the economic plan which set Ireland on the road to regeneration in the early 1960s. Drawing inspiration from his unparalleled service to Ireland, the newly-formed Whitaker Institute will act as the country s largest research body focused on contemporary and relevant business, social and policy issues. Dr T.K. Whitaker at the announcement of a new institute bearing his name. With over 200 members and subsuming the University s Centre for Innovation and Structural Change (CISC), the Whitaker Institute builds on a decade of research excellence and policy-focused contributions supported by over 11 million in competitive national and international research funding. NUI Galway rises in International Rankings and Reputation Inspiring the leaders of European universities in the areas of creativity, research and innovation was the aim of the annual Coimbra Group conference at NUI Galway in May The conference was addressed by President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins and Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science. International rankings place NUI Galway among the elite universities in Europe and the world. A series of international university rankings released over the last 12 months has confirmed NUI Galway as an internationallyrecognised university with a distinguished reputation for teaching excellence and research. In the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, announced in October 2012, NUI Galway jumped 31 places to be ranked third of the Irish universities. In September 2012, NUI Galway secured the biggest boost of the Irish universities in the well-respected QS World University Rankings, an annual league table of the top 700 universities in the world. With only two Irish universities improving their position, NUI Galway witnessed the greatest rise, increasing 11 places. The QS World University Rankings by Subject, announced later in the year, saw NUI Galway appear on the list of the world s top 200 universities. Meanwhile, NUI Galway remains one of only two Irish universities to hold the prestigious accolade of five stars in the QS Stars rating system. Five stars are awarded for exceptional developments in education, including teaching and research activity, as well as for top quality facilities. This success in teaching excellence and research is reflected by the fact that the University continues to be one of the top universities in Ireland for student retention and graduate employment. Page 5 Report of the President 2012 /13

8 Actress Geraldine Plunkett with Fiach Mac Conghail, Artistic Director of the Abbey Theatre, at the launch of its partnership with NUI Galway. Connecting Past and Present The world s largest-ever digital theatre archive, that of the Abbey Theatre, is to be created at NUI Galway. It heralds a new era of scholarship for Irish theatre and is one of many developments in the University s rich archival collections. The digital archive partnership was launched on 22 October 2012, by President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins, at the Abbey Theatre. The archive contains over 1.8 million items gathered since the theatre s establishment in Materials from hundreds of Irish writers are included, including the country s four Nobel prize-winners for literature: Yeats, Shaw, Beckett and Heaney. With the Abbey Theatre s links to the foundation of the State, such a collection provides a wealth of unique material offering fascinating insights into Irish theatre, history, culture and society. Benefits to students and researchers of having direct access to this rich national collection will be immense. There is also great interest in the digital archive abroad and it will draw researchers of international repute to NUI Galway. The digitisation project highlights two of the most important features of contemporary Ireland: the richness of our cultural traditions and Ireland s capacity for technological innovation. NUI Galway is ideally positioned to capitalise on those strengths, as it brings both international expertise in Irish theatre and digital humanities to the project. Digital Humanities Through projects such as the Abbey Archive, NUI Galway is part of the burgeoning research space known as digital humanities. The Abbey project will see the most advanced digital technology brought to bear on one of the country s most historic theatre archives. Ever-evolving developments in computing and data analytics have brought about a quantum leap in arts and humanities research and practice, and NUI Galway research is at the cutting-edge of this. The Moore Institute for the Humanities and Social Studies at NUI Galway is home to several major digital humanities projects, including the EUfunded TEXTE initiative. Meanwhile, the University s Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) is the world s largest research institute dedicated to internet technology-based research. Researchers at both of these institutes, together with archivists and librarians from the James Hardiman Library, will work together to ensure the very latest technology is used to illuminate the past across a range of archives. Page 6

9 The late Éamon de Buitléar, at his home, with project researcher Micheál Holmes. Éamon de Buitléar In November 2012, a matter of months before his sad passing, renowned film-maker and environmentalist, Éamon de Buitléar, officially presented his exceptional personal archive to NUI Galway. The multi-media archive collection spans some sixty years of creativity and reflects a broad range of Éamon de Buitléar s professional and personal concerns. These include his wildlife materials, as well as original recordings and unique insights into the revival of Irish traditional music in the twentieth century with material relating to Seán Ó Riada, Ceoltóirí Chualann and Ceoltóirí Laighean. Work on this multi-media project will be carried out by NUI Galway s Acadamh na hollscolaíochta Gaeilge and James Hardiman Library and will process materials on film, video, audio tape and paper. A unique aspect of the collection is the contextualisation which was provided by Éamon de Buitléar himself in the form of 20 hours of audio recordings describing the various facets of his work to project researcher, Micheál Holmes. Music for Galway Also of note, Music for Galway s archive has been catalogued at NUI Galway s James Hardiman Library. Ranging in date from 1981 to 2011, the archive includes numerous series of original records documenting the Irish and international acts that played to audiences across Galway and the West of Ireland. Music for Galway was established in 1981 when a group of people, led by founding member Erika Casey, came together with the aim of providing audiences in the West of Ireland with a range of opportunities to listen to world class musicians. Since then the organisation has presented hundreds of inspiring and stimulating performances in Galway. The archive traces the relationship between Music for Galway and the University, as the group found a home for concerts and its grand piano in the Aula Maxima on campus. Music for Galway s archive will offer researchers a unique insight into the establishment and growth of one the West s premier music groups while documenting the creative and administrative processes of its numerous achievements. Language Freedom Movement In further developments in the University s archival works, the papers of the Language Freedom Movement were catalogued at the Hardiman Library earlier this year and are available to researchers. This collection spans the activities of the Language Freedom Movement from soon after its inception in 1966 until 1974 when its activities drew to a close. A civil liberties advocacy group who campaigned for a change in state policy on the Irish language, the movement weighed in on a language debate that had been gaining momentum since 1961, from Fine Gael s general election campaign in which they called for an end to the policy of compulsory Irish in state examinations, to the 1965 government White Paper on The Restoration of the Irish Language. The Language Freedom Movement objected to the compulsory element of Irish language education and the archive provides an alternative view of the modern history of the Irish language, and offers another unique snapshot into an exciting decade of social change in Ireland. Archival Collections The Archive Collection at the University s James Hardiman Library comprises over 350 collections, dating from 1485 to the present. Theatre collections include the papers of Thomas Kilroy and the Shields Family Collection, featuring the Abbey actor Arthur Shields, and there is a particular focus on the archives of companies such as the Druid Theatre, Taibhdhearc na Gaillimhe and the Lyric Players Theatre in Belfast. The Éamon de Buitléar Archive will complement existing and newlyacquired collections in the James Hardiman Library such as the project to digitise the Abbey Theatre archive and the acquisition of the papers of Brendan Duddy, Thomas Kilroy and John McGahern. The new Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Research Building at the heart of the campus will provide the perfect home for such significant collections. Page 7 Report of the President 2012 /13

10 Inspirational Research The new 6 million project hopes to help some of the 60 million patients with diabetes mellitus in the EU. Tackling Diabetes with Stem Cells In November 2012, NUI Galway was awarded a 6 million European project designed to address complications associated with diabetes. The REDDSTAR research project will examine the ability of adult stem cells to safely control glucose levels and alleviate the damage caused by diabetic complications. Diabetes is now the most common metabolic illness in the world. In Europe, 60 million patients with diabetes mellitus use prescription drugs to control their blood glucose levels. Professor Timothy O Brien, Director of the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) at NUI Galway, who is also a Consultant in Endocrinology at Galway University Hospitals, will co-ordinate the project. Clinical trials will take place in Ireland and Denmark using stem cells discovered by Orbsen Therapeutics Limited, an NUI Galway spin-out company and the lead SME on the REDDSTAR project. Galway Diabetes Research Centre An estimated 9.6% of the Irish population now have diabetes mellitus. With a particularly high prevalence in the western region of the country, NUI Galway and Galway and Roscommon University Hospitals Group have joined forces to create the Galway Diabetes Research Centre. The Galway Diabetes Research Centre (GDRC) will bring together an interdisciplinary research consortium of active researchers and clinicians. The centre is ideally placed as a hub for collaborative efforts among top researchers and clinicians, with the aim of providing a greater understanding of the disease, developing new and better therapies and assessing healthcare interventions and delivery. Page 8

11 Predicting Ash Clouds European air space was seriously impacted by the eruption in 2010 of the volcano Eyjafjallajökull in Iceland. NUI Galway has secured funding from the European Space Agency (ESA) for a new ash cloud research project. Seán Sherlock TD, Minister for Research and Innovation, made the announcement in December A total of 2.1 million was invested by the ESA in an ash cloud detection and forecasting system led by the Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU) and involving NUI Galway and the Irish Aviation Authority s Volcanic Ash Detection and Forecasting Initiative. The funding was secured with the aid of Enterprise Ireland, which is the coordinating body for ESA in Ireland. The project, which uses satellites and forecast models to detect ash clouds and forecast their movements, came about following the 2010 Icelandic volcano eruption. The eruption of the volcano Eyjafjallajökull resulted in more than 100,000 flights being cancelled, affecting over 10 million passenger journeys. Professor Colin O Dowd, the Director of the Centre for Climate and Air Pollution Studies, based in the Ryan Institute at NUI Galway, is leading the University s involvement. In October 2012, Professor O Dowd was awarded the prestigious Appleton Medal, by the Institute of Physics in London, for his distinguished research in environmental and atmospheric physics. Cultivating the Creative Economy The Whitaker Institute for Innovation and Societal Change is leading a new project which will help creative businesses in Europe s Northern Periphery to export to new markets and nurture emerging creative talent. Small and medium enterprises with creative offerings are encouraged to participate in the project which was launched in November 2012 by Druid s award-winning director, Garry Hynes. The project received 1.1 million in funding through the European Union s Interreg Initiative under the Northern Periphery Programme (NPP) and brings together universities, development agencies and industry bodies from Ireland, Northern Ireland, Finland and Sweden. Dr Patrick Collins, lead researcher on the project, with Druid s Garry Hynes. The cultural and creative sector is one of the fastest-growing, with its value estimated at 7% of the world s GDP and forecast to grow by 10% per year. The Creative Edge project aims to tap into this growing sector by increasing the participation of local creative organisations and businesses in global markets. Page 9 Report of the President 2012 /13

12 Accessing a Wealth of Medical Information A new 4.4 million EU project is using the latest web technologies to make the most of the wealth of medical information contained in electronic medical records. The project aims to aid decisionmaking for medical practitioners and improve safety in clinical research. The Linked2Safety project will build a medical and clinical data management infrastructure, using privacy-aware, semantic technology. At the forefront of technologies being deployed by the project are researchers from the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) at NUI Galway. Their task is to imbue meaning into the data contained within the European healthcare information space, which is fragmented and disparate, and to connect that data. To do so, the project will use linked-data and other sematic technologies developed by DERI. Exploring the Saltiness of the Ocean to Study Climate Change The unique ASIP device measures salinity levels in the upper ocean. NUI Galway scientists were part of a research expedition to the North Atlantic in April The objective was to study the salt concentration (salinity) of the upper ocean. Scientists aboard a Spanish research vessel, including NUI Galway s Dr Brian Ward, explored the essential role of the ocean in the global water cycle. This oceanographic research campaign was aimed at understanding the salinity of the upper ocean, which is a much more reliable indicator of the water cycle than any land-based measurement. How the water cycle evolves in response to global warming is one of the most important climate change issues. Studying the processes at the ocean surface requires specialised instrumentation, as most measurements miss the upper few metres. NUI Galway s AirSea Group measured the salinity, temperature, and turbulence of the upper 10 metres of the ocean with very fine detail using their Air-Sea Interaction Profiler (ASIP). The torpedo-shaped device, which is deployed into the water to gather data autonomously, is the only one of its kind in the world. Page 10

13 Camouflage for Cardiovascular Stents A new type of cardiovascular stent, coated in antibodies to improve biocompatibility and effectiveness, is now under development in Ireland and Poland. Scientists at NUI Galway are leading a 1.2 million EU project which aims to reduce re-narrowing of arteries and the need for further interventions, through the development of novel cardiovascular stent materials. NUI Galway microbiologist Dr Gerard Wall is heading up the project, in conjunction with the University s Network of Excellence for Functional Biomaterials (NFB). The aim is to develop a new type of coating on the stents using human antibody fragments which will attract a layer of the patient s own epithelial cells. This should effectively camouflage the stent as far as the body is concerned, and it will no longer be such a foreign object. The theory being that this will reduce the potential for rejection, the level of clot build-up, and also significantly improve the long-term outcome of surgical interventions. Financial, housing and childcare supports are being provided by grandparents. Older Generations Keeping Families Afloat Family networks and a strong bond between young and old are keeping many Irish people afloat during the recession, according to new research on the relationship between the generations launched in April The Changing Generations study was carried out by the Irish Centre for Social Gerontology at NUI Galway, in conjunction with Trinity College Dublin. The research sheds light on how people of all ages are coping at a time of great challenges for the Irish economy and society. In many instances older generations are providing extensive financial, housing and childcare supports to younger generations. Not all stents continue to perform perfectly over time. What becomes of our Digital Remains? Research underway at NUI Galway is looking at the new phenomenon of digital remains. With so much of a person s life now residing online, through Facebook pages, accounts and online banking what happens when we pass away? PhD candidate from the School of Law at NUI Galway, Damien McCallig, is addressing such questions. Social network services are gradually being turned into digital memorial sites. Heirs and family members of the deceased increasingly seek access to or control over internet-based accounts. Some service providers deny access, citing concerns for the privacy of the deceased; others hand over the digital remains upon request. Damien McCallig s research will provide clear policy foundations for internet-based service providers to define their obligations regarding the accounts of the deceased. As the first extensive examination of the rationale underpinning the regulation and control of the digital/virtualself following death, this research will also prove invaluable for policy makers, legislators and regulators generally. Page 11 Report of the President 2012 /13

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