Research Profile

Mairead Mooney

Biography

Currently researching children's literature and libraries in Ireland in the post-revolutionary period, funded by an Excellence PhD Scholarship awarded by the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences

Research Interests

Children's Literature
Librarianship
Literacy
                     

Professional Activities

Education

 YearInstitutionQualificationSubject
2010The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen Postgraduate DiplomaPost Graduate Diploma: Library and Information Studies
2013The University of Roehampton M.A.Children's Literature
2005Cork Language Centre International CertificateTeaching English as a Foreign Language
2004University College Cork BA - UCCEnglish and Celtic Civilisation

Employment

 EmployerPositionFrom / To
Aihua Foreign Languages Academy English Teacher25-FEB-08 / 01-SEP-08
David Wilson Library - University of Leicester Document Supply and Copyright Administration Supervisor23-SEP-13 / 29-AUG-14
University College Cork - Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Executive Assistant03-SEP-07 / 31-JAN-08
University College Cork - College of Science, Engineering and Food Science Executive Assistant01-OCT-08 / 28-MAY-09

Committees

 CommitteeFunctionFrom / To
University Research Ethics Board Secretary2009 / 2012
Biological Safety Committee Secretary2009 / 2011
Social Research Ethics Committee Secretary2009 / 2011
Centres and Institutes Committee Secretary2011 /
Academic Council Research and Innovation Committee Secretary2009 /
Biological Services Unit Policy Committee Secretary2009 /

Teaching Activities

Teaching Interests

Adult Literacy

Teaching English as a Foreign Language

Contact details


  • Executive Assistant
  • m.mooney@ucc.ie
  • College of Sefs
    College of Science, Engineering and Food Science, University College Cork, 3rd Floor, Block E, Food Science Building, College Road, Cork, Ireland
  • +353 21 490 2878

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