Senator Kieran O’Donnell launches SciFest

first_img Previous articleRiverfest Limerick set to attract thousands of visitors this weekendNext articleBlindboy Boatclub to give his views on the digital world at Croke Park Staff Reporter WhatsApp “Government policy is targeting Ireland to be the European leader in STEM by 2026. This will be key to our continued jobs and sustainable economic growth. Central to the strategy is the teaching of STEM subjects for Leaving Certificate. Two of the targets here is to increase the overall study of chemistry and physics for leaving certificate by 20% and the number of females taking these subjects for leaving certificates by 40%.“It was very encouraging that a large number of the students participating in SciFest at LIT were female.“Furthermore, I very much welcome the LIT initiative to provide free Leaving Certificates revision  seminars in the STEM related subjects of Chemistry and Maths.“I wish to complement the co-ordinator of [email protected], Marie Walsh and her team on hosting this great science exhibition.” Senator O’Donnell concluded.More about politics here. Limerick Post Show | FOLM Project RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSgovernmentKieran O’DonnellLITSciFestSTEM International Women’s Day LIT Email Professor Vincent Cunnane President of LIT and Kieran O’ Donnell with students Senator Kieran O’Donnell launched this year’s SciFest Exhibition in LIT last Thursday morning.This is the 11th Year of SciFest in LIT. Participation in SciFest helps secondary school students to develop an interest in, and enthusiasm for STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths). 240 students from 21 schools from Limerick and the Mid-West region took part in the Exhibition.“I was delighted to be asked to launch the SciFest Exhibition in LIT and to see first-hand the exceptionally innovative STEM projects on display by secondary school students from Limerick & the region.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Facebook Easing of public health restrictions will give Limerick people some return to normality – O’Donnell Twitter Advertisement NewsPoliticsSenator Kieran O’Donnell launches SciFestBy Staff Reporter – May 1, 2018 1061 Print Linkedin Women in the Creative Arts to take centre stage at LIT’s International Women’s Day Flagship Event Colaiste Nano Nagle leading the way for girls in STEM – preparations underway for Teen-Turn’s SciFest 2020 LIT Launches unique new programme on Responding to Domestic Abuse and Coercive Controllast_img read more

The New Mastersounds Announce New Album ‘The Nashville Session 2’, Share Single “All I Want (Right Now)” [Listen]

first_imgThe New Mastersounds have announced their forthcoming studio effort, The Nashville Session 2, set for release on Friday, November 30th. The upcoming album is a follow up to 2016’s The Nashville Session, and was recorded in the same Nashville recording studio.The Nashville Session 2 was recorded this past June, live in front of an intimate audience the band brought into the studio, with no overdubbing. Unlike their 2016 studio effort, Joe Tatton scrapped his organ and honed in on the piano and analog synthesizers.Ahead of The Nashville Session 2’s release, The New Mastersounds have shared their first single off of the album, “All I Want (Right Now)”, which you watch and listen to below:The New Mastersounds – “All I Want (Right Now)”[Video: newmastersounds]The Nashville Session 2 TracklistDusty GrooveAll I Want (Right Now)Thermal BadAfro MetropolisYokacokaMiraclesPudding & Pie3 on the BFlimsySix UndergroundView Tracklisting[H/T Jambase]last_img read more