Pedagogical Experiments: Christian Kindergarten Education in Republican China
Dr Jenny Bond (University College Dublin)
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Once you have registered, a link to the Zoom webinar will be emailed to the address you provide. Please note: you do not need to download Zoom to join the webinar. For more details please see the attached flyer.
For details of other seminars in the 2020/21 CHOMI series, see here
Sir Charles Alexander Cameron (1830-1921) RCSI President, Professor of Chemistry, Public Analyst and Medical Officer of Health for Dublin.
To mark the centenary of his death, RCSI will host a virtual panel discussion to address the importance of population health advocacy and present the inaugural Sir Charles Alexander Cameron Award for Population Health. We are delighted to announce that Dr Mike Ryan, Executive Director, WHO Health Emergencies Programme, will be the first award recipient in recognition of his global leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This panel discussion will be chaired by Professor Ciaran O’Boyle, Director of the RCSI Centre for Positive Psychology and Health. Panelists include:
- Dr Ida Milne, Historian and Lecturer in European History at Carlow College
- Professor Donal O’Shea, Professor and Head of Chemistry Department, RCSI
- Dr Mike Ryan, Executive Director, WHO Health Emergencies Programme
- Professor Emer Shelley, Honorary Associate Professor of Epidemiology RCSI and Dean of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine, RCPI
- Dr Ciarán Wallace, Historian and Deputy Director of the Beyond 2022: Ireland’s Virtual Record Treasury, TCD
- Date:02 March 2021
- Time:13:00 – 14:00
- Category:Community, General events
Registration can be found here: https://www.rcsi.com/dublin/news-and-events/events/event/2021/the-cameron-award
Reminder: Annual History of Science, Technology and Medicine Network Ireland Conference. 26-27 October 2018 – Queen’s University Belfast, School of Natural and Built Environment.
Updated conference programme is available here: Conference programme update
Sir Hans Sloane MD: the Irishman who collected the World
by Dr Robert G W Anderson,
President of the Science History Institute, Philadelphia
Wednesday 14th March 2018 at 6.30pm. Royal College of Physicians of Ireland,
6 Kildare Street, Dublin
Further information is available here: RAMIFlyerAnderson Sir Hans Sloane the Irishman who collected the World
The Network will hold its next committee meeting on Friday January 19th at 2.00 pm in the Edward Worth Library
The network will hold a meeting of the committee on Friday, 27 January at 2 pm in the Worth Library. All are welcome to join us. We are seeking new people for a number of roles and generally welcome input from anyone working in the field.
As part of a Cartography and Mapping Grants Challenge, HSTM Network Ireland member Tanya O’Sullivan has launched a crowdfunding project to raise 500 dollars in 30 days to help start a research project on:
This project maps the course of scientific ideas as they navigate the cultural landscape of nineteenth-century Ireland. It is primarily concerned with the relationship between scientific knowledge and urban space and takes as its theme the mid nineteenth-century discourse on earth sciences in Ireland. It assesses the crucial significance of city-lives, space and place on contemporary discussions around the age, structure and evolution of the earth.
We hope that this exposure as part of the Cartography and Mapping Grant Challenge on experiment.com will help to promote the history of science within science and bring Irish HSTM research to a wider audience. There is a facility to provide ‘lab notes’ or updates on the project as the work progresses, and backers can discuss and become involved in the research as well as being acknowledged in the final article.
Please share this link to the project page with HSTM people or anyone who might be interested, and feel free to donate, even $5 will help!
Click on this link for more information and to donate! https://experiment.com/projects/cityscapes-and-earth-debates-fashioning-the-geosphere-in-nineteenth-century-ireland
The Edward Worth Library in Dr. Steeven’s Hospital Dublin will be open to the public on 14 November 2016 10.00am-4.00pm as part of Science Week Ireland. All Welcome.
Directions: The Edward Worth Library is situated beside Heuston Train Station and easily accessible by the Luas Red Line, Train, or Dublin Bus 145.