MIC Lecturer Shines New Lens on Primary Geography in New Publication NewsEducationMIC ‘taster sessions’ will help students make final CAO decisionsBy Editor – April 12, 2017 690 Advertisement MIC Student Experience Virtual Sessions MIC Teams Up with GPA on New Scholarship Scheme for Postgraduate Students New Report from MIC Reveals the Reality of Human Trafficking in Ireland Previous articleAbducted Limerick teen heard ‘two clicks’ and thought he was shot deadNext articleLimerick student named fashion designer of the year Editor Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR MIC Lecturer Elected to Board of International Society for Music Education Twitter WhatsApp TAGSMIC Linkedin Print Email 25.04.13Mary Immaculate College Limerick, prospectus.Pic. Alan Place / Press 22Mary Immaculate College is to welcome hundreds of students to its campus on Friday, April 28 (11am – 1pm) as part of its Taster Sessions event.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The event will give students first-hand experience of a real lecture, a chance to tour the facilities at the college and an opportunity to meet faculty members. It is expected to be of particular interest to current leaving certificate students in helping them make their final decision on what programmes to include on their CAO Application form.Programmes on offer on the MIC Campus, Limerick include the Bachelor of Arts (MI002) degree programme. This programme now provides students with a wider choice of subjects to choose from – 19 in all. Students can choose from a set of 13 subjects taught at Mary Immaculate College and can now take one subject from partner institution, the University of Limerick.In addition MIC offers a BA in Contemporary and Applied Theatre Studies and programmes in Education, including Early Childhood Education degrees.Attendance at the Tasters Sessions is by registration only. Spaces are limited and available only on a first-come first-served basis. For further details and to register please call T: 061 774775 or see www.mic.ul.ie Week-long Celebration of Women as MIC Marks International Women’s Day
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia woman who tried to fake her death in order to avoid a sentencing hearing for health care fraud has received an additional year in federal prison. Julie Wheeler of Beaver was sentenced Wednesday for conspiring to obstruct justice. Prosecutors say Wheeler admitted to conspiring with her husband. Rodney Wheeler told authorities she fell from a New River Gorge overlook. She was found two days later in a closet at her home. She was later sentenced to 42 months in prison for health care fraud. A judge Wednesday ordered her two sentences to be served consecutively.