Associate Professor of Environmental Psychology at Maynooth University
Dr Tadhg E. MacIntyre
Tadhg E. Maclntyre is an Assistant Professor in Environmental Psychology at Maynooth University. He is a member of the MU based Assisted Living and Learning Institute (All). Tadhg is a funded investigator with Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and a funded investigator with Insight Centre for Data Analytics. He is also a visiting Professor Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences and member of theTECHpa research group (2022-2025). He has been a visiting lecturer of Technical University of Munich (2019-2020). Tadhg has done his PhD in ‘Motor cognition in action: Exploring kinaesthetic imagery in sport’ in UCD (2007). During 2024 to 2028, Tadhg will be the Coordinator European Commission Horizon Europe HORIZON-HLTH-2023 ENVHLTH-02: GoGreenNext: Promoting Future Health in Cities which is awarded €6 million. He was the Coordinator European Commission Horizon 2020: LC-CLA-11 Visionary and integrated solutions to improve health in cities and GOGREEN ROUTES €10.48 million awarded (2020-2024). Tadhg also got other fundings from EASME: Erasmus +Sport Collaborative Partnership. Dual Career Athletes. BE LIKE AN ATHLETE (7 partner consortium and at UL: Dr MacIntyre & Dr Norma Bargary) (2020-2022) and EASME: Erasmus +Sport Collaborative Partnership. Ethics in Sport. FIX THE FIXING (8 partner consortium and at UL: Dr MacIntyre & Dr Deirdre O’Shea) (2016-2017). He also got reviewer ERC Consolidator Award 2019, Leverhulme Awards 2020, H2020 M-S awards 2021-2023. Tadhg got rich experience in NBS projects. He was a member of Network Nature task forces and a member of advisory board of RE-Nature Project. He was a contributor to proGIreg online MOOC material on Nature Based Urban Re-Generation and an invited expert for seminars and workshops for Connecting Nature project. Apart from that, Tadhg has got great editorial experience. He has been a member of Editorial Board of PLOS ONE and Associate Editor of International Review of Sport & Exercise Psychology since 2008. He is now a Guest Editor for Frontiers in Environmental Psychology and was an Invited Lead Guest Editor for Frontiers in Psychology for three years (2016-2017, 2019-2020, 2020-2021). Tadhg was an external examiner for 4 PhD candidates and has supervised 9 doctoral students to completion, currently supervising six PhDs, and all students had received scholarships.
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