Here you’ll find a selection of GMIT magazines and newspaper supplements about institutes events and activities, which have been shared with stakeholders on this site and through the local and regional press over the past 15 years.
This publication features interviews, news stories, pictures and videos of a wide range of activities organised behind the scenes since the Covid lockdown in March. A lot has happend in that time - the arrival of GMIT's new President Dr Orla Flynn, the pivot of operations to help fight the spread of Covid, the swift transition to remote working and online delivery, traditional events moving to virtual platforms, Back to Campus planning, developments on the CUA front, and so much more.
Two pdf versions are available on this page: a low resolution version for reading on-screen and a high-resolution version to download and print. Note, the publication is in A3 format so if using an A4 printer choose “Scale to print". You can tile (print A3 in sections) on an A4 printer.
This special anniversary issue marks GMIT’s 40 years of service to the region. Read about our students and staff achievements, collaborations with organisations in education, business and industry, and innovative student and staff projects involving local communities. GMIT President Michael Carmody outlines the challenges ahead in a revealing interview with journalist Brian McDonald, and former Registrar Bernard O’Hara takes a look back at GMIT’s beginnings.
Read all the latest news, meet our students and staff, and find out how we are collaborating with business, industry and community organisations to help develop our region.
This magazine contains news, interviews, features and profiles on GMIT, its Research & Innovation activities, and GMIT Alumni.
Features Institute news from the academic year 2007/8, including interviews, features and profiles of GMIT people, new developments/projects, events and activities.
Research and innovation activities in GMIT with reports, interviews, profiles, opinions and features on a range of projects and collaborations.
Articles, interviews and news items reflecting the variety and vibrancy of life in the college during the academic year 2006/2007.