Lecturer(s) in the School of Politics & International Relations: Up to Three Permanent Posts
Applications are invited for permanent appointment(s) as Lecturer(s) in the UCD School of Politics and International Relations. Appointments will be offered across any subfields or methodological approaches in politics or international relations. Closing date is Monday, 16th November 2015.
SPIRe part of research group awarded funding under H2020
UCD SPIRe, under Professor Ben Tonra, is one of eight institutional partners in the GLOBUS project (Reconsidering European Contributions to Global Justice), which succeeded in a tough competition for funding within the EU's Horizon 2020, the world's largest research programme. GLOBUS, which has been granted 2.5 million euros over four years was top of a list of 45 projects submitted for the call 'Europe's contribution to a value-based global order and its contestants'.
Call for Applications: 2016 Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme
The Irish Research Council 2016 Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme is now open for applications. SPIRe has had a lot of success to date in attracting candidates for this programme. We currently have two IRC post-doctoral fellow on our staff. We invite interested parties to review the profiles of our faculty outlined here and approach the relevant member(s) of staff who are most closely aligned with your research interests.
Further details on the scheme can be found here
ERASMUS Exchange Information Meeting
An information meeting about SPIRe's Erasmus exchanges for 2016/17 will be held on Thursday 26th November at 1pm in G317. The deadline for completed applications for the SPIRe Erasmus exchange programme for 2016/17 will be Wednesday 3rd February.
Find out more about SPIRe's Erasmus opportunities
UCD School of Politics and International Relations (SPIRe)
UCD School of Politics and International Relations (SPIRe) is the oldest and the largest school of its kind in the Republic of Ireland. SPIRe is a dynamic, multi-faceted and highly-international school offering exciting and professionally-valuable programmes of study at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Our academic staff are engaged in cutting-edge research on a wide variety of political issues, including ethno-political conflict, human rights, and Ireland's role in the European Union, to name just a few. The School is also home to three research centres: the UN-linked Centre for Sustainable Development Solutions, the Dublin European Institute, and the Institute for British-Irish Studies.