Saturday November 28, 2020

The Sunday Interview: Jim Browne

NUIG Galway is emerging from the glare of publicity surrounding its recent loss at the Equality Tribunal. Its president, Jim Browne, talks about future funding, unions and affirmative action

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
22nd April, 2015
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Jim Browne

Jim Browne is in a hurry, in more ways than one. He strides into the dining room of

the Quad, the oldest building on the 260-acre NUIG campus, with a copy of the

university’s new five-year strategic plan under his arm.

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