John, 1974- Walsh, 'The politics of expansion: a study of educational policy in the Republic of Ireland (1957-1971)', (thesis), Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2006, pp 410 Department of History, 2006, pp 410.
PhD thesis and peer-reviewed articles. Louise Deering presented a poster at the 12th symposium of the International Society of Microbial Ecology (ISME), Cairns, Australia 17th-22nd August 2008. Louise Deering presented a poster at the 163rd meeting of the Society of General Microbiology (SGM), Trinity College Dublin, 8th- 11th September 2008.
PhD Thesis 5 University of Glamorgan Wales 2010 Certificate of Research This is to certify that, except where specific reference is made, the work described in the thesis is the result of the candidate. Neither this thesis, nor any part of it, has been presented or is currently submitted, in candidature of any degree at any other University.
PhD thesis, Dublin City University. Sheehan, Erica (2016) An exploration of stakeholders' perceptions of the 'mission to serve' in second-level fee charging Spiritan schools in Ireland. Doctor of Education thesis, Dublin City University. Walsh, Orla (2016) Spiritan faith friends: an evaluation of faith development in a peer-ministry programme.
Jennifer M. Walsh, MB, PhD, Rhona M. Mahony, MD, Marie Culliton, MSc, Michael E. Foley, MD, and Fionnuala M. McAuliffe, MD. Reproductive Sciences 2014 21: 11, 1378-1381 Download Citation. If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice. Simply select your manager software from the list below and click on download.
For PhD candidates employed at UiO. If you are employed as a research fellow at the University of Oslo you will find information about topics such as salary, leaves of absence and extensions at the For employees pages. For PhD candidates with external funding. Extensions and leaves of absence; About the PhD programme. 3 years full-time studies and research; 30 credits coursework; A thesis.
Ian d’Alton, MA (NUI), PhD (Cambridge), FRHistS, FRNS is a historian who has been researching southern Irish Protestantism for over forty years, latterly through the medium of the literary. He has given numerous papers to learned bodies He is the author of Protestant Society and Politics in Cork, 1812-1844 (Cork UP, 1980). His latest attempt to synthesise the southern Protestant experience.