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UCD School of Agriculture & Food Science Graduate Taught Webinar Series

We are delighted to invite you to four days of exciting webinars where we discuss the Schools world class Graduate Taught Programmes. 

We offer a range of taught graduate programmes, designed to enhance students' professional and career development, deepen their understanding of a subject and provide basic research training. Graduate opportunities/programmes range from programmes at certificate, diploma and masters level. 

The Graduate Taught Webinar Series will run from the 20th-23rd of May at 5pm each day and will be chaired by Sharleen O'Reilly, Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning.

(opens in a new window)Monday 20th May 5pm - Agriculture Programmes

  • Animal Science - Professor Kieran Meade
  • Agriculture Extenstion and Innovation - Dr. Tomás Russell

(opens in a new window)Tuesday 21st May 5pm - Food Programmes

  • Food, Nutrition and Health - Dr. Fiona Lalor
  • Food Business Strategy - Dr. James Breen
  • Food Safety - Dr. Daniel Hurley
  • Sustainable Food Processing - Professor Nigel Brunton

(opens in a new window)Wednesday 22nd May 5pm - Environmental Sciences Programmes

  • Environmental Resource Management - Dr. Thomas Cummins
  • Horticulture - Dr. Mary Harty
  • Wildlife Conservation and Management - Professor Barry McMahon

(opens in a new window)Thursday 23rd May 5pm Humanitarian Action and Rural Development Programmes

  • Humanitarian Action - Dr. Sulagna Maitra
  • Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development - Dr. Karen Keaveny

Be sure to Register Now for these great webinar events in the links above and hear from the academics and teaching staff what is involved in the programmes, why it could be the perfect choice for you this year and how it could help you and your career looking forward! 

We look forward to seeing you. 

UCD School of Agriculture and Food Science

Agriculture and Food Science Centre, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.
T: +353 1 716 7205 | Location Map(opens in a new window)