Mary Mulvihill has been commemorated by a plaque at her former home in Dublin, which was unveiled in November 2021. The plaque is erected at Manor Street, Stoneybatter, Dublin, where Mary lived for nearly thirty years up to her death in 2015. The erection of the plaque was initiated and funded by the Mary Mulvihill… Read more »
€2000 Prize for Winner of Mary Mulvihill Award Launch of Science Media Competition for Third Level Students €2,000 Award for Best Work on the theme ‘Water’ The Mary Mulvihill Association invites submissions to its 2022 student media competition on the theme of Water. Entries are sought from students of all disciplines – undergraduate or postgraduate… Read more »
– Eoin Murphy, DCU, wins €2000 top prize in science media competition – Matthew Thomas, TCD, receives €500 judges’ highly commended award – ‘Virus’ the theme of the 2021 Mary Mulvihill Award DUBLIN, 27 May 2021—DCU student Eoin Murphy is the 2021 winner of the €2000 Mary Mulvihill Award, the science media competition for third-level… Read more »
Live discussion: VIRUS Wednesday, 17 February, 4pm, online Science Gallery Dublin, in partnership with the Mary Mulvihill Association, presents an exploration of the concept, Virus, from scientific, technical and cultural perspectives. ‘Virus’ originated as a term for poison, but ‘going viral’ in social media has become something to be wished for. As we struggle to deal… Read more »
2021 launch of Science Media Competition for Third Level Students €2,000 Award for Best Work on the theme ‘Virus’.
Despite Covid-19 restrictions, the 2020 Mary Mulvihill Award presentation went ahead, though inevitably there were changes to how we congratulated our awardees. At a Zoom event on 15 June, winner James Hayes of NUI Galway and Aoife Kearins, TCD, whose essay was highly commended, ‘met’ association patron Brian Dolan, awards co-ordinator Cormac Sheridan and co-chair… Read more »
Dublin City University has honoured Mary with a posthumous DCU Alumni Award for Outstanding Achievement in the area of Societal Impact. This is a very special recognition of Mary’s achievements by the university where she studied journalism, and where her archive has been deposited. The announcement was made in the week of the fifth anniversary of Mary’s death… Read more »
James Hayes, NUI Galway, wins €2000 top prize in science media competition Aoife Kearins, Trinity College Dublin, receives €500 judges’ highly commended award DUBLIN, 20 May 2020—NUI Galway student James Hayes is the 2020 winner of the Mary Mulvihill Award, the science media competition for third-level students that commemorates the legacy of science journalist and… Read more »
The Mary Mulvihill Association has extended the deadline for the 2020 Mary Mulvihill Award to midnight 30 April. Several prospective entrants had sought deadline extensions, due to disruptions in their study schedules and in their personal lives caused by the closure of universities and the need to relocate.
Launch of Science Media Competition for Third Level Students €2,000 Award for Best Work on the Theme, ‘Our scientific heritage’ 1 October 2019 The Mary Mulvihill Association is pleased to invite applications for the Mary Mulvihill Award 2020, which commemorates the work and legacy of science journalist, author and Ingenious Ireland founder Mary Mulvihill (1959-2015).… Read more »