Category NUIM geographers

MU Geography @ the AAG 2018

With apologies if I have missed anyone – and please let me know so that I can correct this post – here is the list of papers by Maynooth Geographers at this year’s Annual Conference of the American Association of Geographers. In New Orleans this time, so enjoy the conference everyone and good luck in […]

Landscape of Angers and the River Loire

Maynooth Health Geographers on the Global Stage, Angers July 2017

From the 5th to the 9th of July 2017 the XVIIIth version of the International Symposium in Medical/Health Geography was held at the University of Angers in France, along the banks of the River Loire (Figure 1). This bi-annual conference brings together around 200 of the world’s leading medical/health geographers and in keeping with the […]

Reflections on COP23: Report 3

This is the third and final post of a series by John Sweeney, Emeritus Professor at the Irish Climate Analysis and Research Units (ICARUS), Department of Geography, Maynooth University Negotiations are frequently a war of attrition, and previous COPs have long over run their intended closing time on the Friday of the second week. The imperative […]

Maynooth Geographers @ the RGS/IBG 2017

A number of us are at the Annual Conference of the Royal Geographical Society/Institute of British Geographers this week. The theme is: Decolonising geographical knowledges: opening geography out to the world. With apologies if I have missed anyone (and please do let me know so that I can correct this), these are the Maynooth geographers engaging […]

Reflections on writing an undergraduate thesis by Charlie Thiesen

This is the third and final guest post by students who have recently completed First Class undergraduate theses. Throughout the three years of my geography degree, and of all the classes taken, writing my thesis in final year was by far the most enjoyable and rewarding experience. I learned so many lessons, not only about […]

Reflections on writing an undergraduate thesis by Daire Quinn

This is the second in a series of three blog posts written by students who have recently completed First Class undergraduate theses. My thesis set out to establish a benchmark for seasonal streamflow forecasting in Irish catchments. A benchmark method of flow forecasting is a technique which is used to compare the relative potential of […]

Reflections on writing an undergraduate thesis by Rhonda McGovern

Each year around 20 or so of our third year students (those who take the Single Honours or Major-Minor option) write approx. 12,000 word undergraduate theses. This year three of them completed First Class theses and so we asked them to jot down some reflections on the thesis-writing process. In the first of these guest […]