Research Profile

Anne-Marie Curtin


Anne-Marie Curtin is the administrator on the Athena SWAN Project in UCC.  Just prior to taking up this role, she was (acting) Undergraduate Programmes Administrator in the School of Law, where she had worked as Faculty, and then School, Administrator since 2008.  She graduated from UCC with a BSc in Geology in 1995 and has since gone on to gain a PG Dip in Fire Safety Management (TCD), a HDip in Journalism (IAPR), an MA in Environmental Resource Management (NUIM) and most recently an MA in Women's Studies (UCC).  She worked for many years in the building industry for architects and engineers (as well as working as a sole trader), preparing fire safety and planning permission applications, and has also worked in London for a large multi-national.

Research Interests

Women's place in the workplace, men's place in the home (MA dissertation: From Kitchen Table to Cabinet Table: Development of Parental Leave Policy and Practice in Ireland)

Professional Activities


 CommitteeFunctionFrom / To
Green Campus Forum College of Business and Law Representative2010 / 2016
Semesterisation Implementation Working Group Administrative Representative for Law2013 / 2015


2015UCC Master of ArtsWomen's Studies
2009IAPR HDipJournalism (Arts)
2000TCD POST GRAD DIPFire Safety Management
1996NUIM MAGeographical Analysis, specialising in Environmental Resource Management
1995UCC BSCGeology


 EmployerPositionFrom / To
Registrar and VP Snr Academic Athena SWAN Project Administrator21-NOV-16 /
UCC Administrator, Law16-SEP-08 / 18-NOV-16
UCC Executive Assistant, Recruitment, HR16-JUN-08 / 12-SEP-08
Self-Employed Fire Safety Consultant01-MAY-04 / 01-MAY-08
James Leahy & Associates CAD Technician01-JAN-06 / 31-MAY-08

Contact details

  • Anne-Marie Curtin
    Athena SWAN Project Administrator
  • Registrar and Snr Vp Academic
    Unit 1, Lancaster Hall
    Little Hanover Street
  • 021-4901993

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