JUST Jesuit University Support and Training (Ballymun)

The J.U.S.T. Team

Fergal Brennan, S.J.

Fergal has extensive experience of 3rd level education. He has taught at the Irish School of Ecumenics (now part of Trinity College, Dublin), D.I.T. and Milltown Institute. His areas of special interest are Logic and Critical Thinking. He joins the J.U.S.T. Team as both teacher and Administrator.

Teresa Brogan

Teresa is a member of the Sisters of Marie Auxiliatrice. She has had many years of experience in primary education in London. Later, while serving on the general leadership team of her Congregation, she was involved in a 3rd level student support project (CISED) in Paris. She now lives in Portobello and is a member of the Student Support Team for the J.U.S.T project.

Colm Brophy

After many years in Zambia, Colm recently returned to Ireland. He has been developing his talent as an artist, and recently exhibited several paintings at the National College of Art and Design. Colm works as a tutor and helps to organise cultural activities for J.U.S.T. students.

Brendan Carmody, S.J.

Brendan's field of expertise is Education. He spent many years in Zambia, where he taught in the university and worked as a Government adviser. More recently, he has been working in London. He works in J.U.S.T. as a tutor and part time administrator.

Henry Grant, S.J.

Henry's experience in the field of organizational psychology has been applied in educational, business and community projects in Ireland, the United Kingdom, the USA and Paraguay. He guides J.U.S.T. students in a process of articulating their life stories and clarifying new options resulting from their entry into Third Level education.

Paddy Greene, S.J.

With extensive experience of both second and third level education, Paddy offers workshops and one-on-one direction in the development of personal and academic skills. He is particularly interested in unleashing imaginative potential through an exploration of dreams, thereby helping students to clarify personal aspirations and goals.

Maeve McMahon, O.P.

A native of Belfast, Maeve is a member of the Dominican Sisters congregation. For many years, she worked in developing and directing educational projects with disadvantaged students in New Orleans, Louisiana (USA). In the J.U.S.T. Team, Maeve's particular concern is the provision of academic and personal support to students engaged in distance learning programmes.

Seán Meehan

Husband, father (of two sons) and a qualified teacher, Seán has worked with Jesuits in Ballymun for over twenty years. As well as accompanying the pre-college group, he coordinates the Student Support Team and promotes cultural activities. With his extensive knowledge of Ballymun, he also acts as J.U.S.T. liaison with local schools and organisations.

Kevin O'Higgins, S.J.

Kevin is Director of J.U.S.T. He has lived in Ballmun for fourteen years, and is also a lecturer in Philosophy. Previously, he spent fifteen years in Paraguay, South America.

Liam Greene, S.J. - fondly remembered