The MIC Podcast Episode 1 – MIC125

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The MIC Podcast Episode 1 is now available. Mary Immaculate Podcast is a collection of conversations about the interesting things that happen in and around Mary Immaculate College.

Our first pod is a special edition. To mark the 125-year anniversary of the foundation of the College, we have assembled a panel of MIC’s past, present and future, to talk about Mary Immaculate College’s 125-year legacy.

Vice-President of Governance and Strategy, Prof. Gary O’Brien is joined by former lecturer in History at MIC, Dr Maura Cronin; Dr Deirdre Flynn, lecturer in English Language & Literature here at MIC; and Cillian Callaghan, President of Mary Immaculate Students’ Union (MISU), to talk about Mary Immaculate College’s creation and how social justice has been at the heart of what we do for the last century and a quarter.

Hear about how the College was established, how the student experience has evolved over the decades, how physically lowering our walls welcomed the local community in Limerick onto our grounds and much more.

More episodes will be available later in the year at Life at MIC/Podcasts

About MIC

Welcome to MIC. Today, with 12 undergraduate degree programmes, a host of postgraduate programmes to doctoral level in Education and the Liberal Arts, Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses and numerous access and inclusion pathways, we are sure to have a programme for you.

Contact us now to find out how you can be part of Mary Immaculate College’s (MIC) vibrant and intellectually rigorous postgraduate community of over 100 PhD scholars and 250 Masters students.

Apply now for one of the diverse suite of programmes from graduate diploma to PhD level in the areas of the Liberal Arts and Education.  Full-time, part-time and distance learning taught and research programmes available.

Prosper with the support of the Research and Graduate School that provides postgraduate students with:

  • Innovative and creative learning environments
  • Supportive supervisory contexts
  • Graduate skills training
  • And a range of financial supports

Steven Galvin

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