Dr. Andrew Power

Andrew is the Registrar and the Vice President of Equality and Diversity.

As the Chief Academic Officer of the Institute Andrew has overall responsibility for Academic Planning and Development, Student Services, and Quality Assurance.
In addition Andrew has responsibility the Library and Marketing functions in IADT.

Andrew’s research is mainly in the area of technological and societal governance.

Recent Publications

Books

Year
Power, A. ed., (2018) Cyberpsychology and Society, London: Taylor and Francis, Psychology Press.2018
Kirwan, G. and Power, A. (2017) Korean Translation of Cybercrime: The Psychology of Online Offenders, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.2017
Power, A. and Kirwan, G., eds. (2014) Cyberpsychology and New Media, London: Taylor and Francis, Psychology Press.2014
Kirwan, G. and Power, A. (2013) Cybercrime: The Psychology of Online Offenders, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.2013
Kirwan, G. and Power A. (2011) The Psychology of Cybercrime, Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.2011
Power, A. (2009) Agustín Barrios Mangoré - Composer, Innovator, Teacher, Online publisher: Lulu.2009

Book Chapters

Year
Power, A, and MacDonnell, M. (2016) ‘Valuing the Other: Exposing undergraduates to the Art of Business and the Business of Arts’ in Zackariasson, P. and Raviola, E., eds., The Arts and Business Building a Common Ground for Understanding Current Society, London: Routledge.2016
Power, A. and Kirwan, G. (2015) ‘Privacy and Security Risks’ in Attrill, A., ed., Cyberpsychology - The Self Online, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 233-248.2015
Rooney, B., Connolly, I., Hurley, O., Kirwan, G. and Power, A. (2015) ‘Social Media and Networking’, in Attrill, A., ed., Cyberpsychology - The Self Online, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 88-107.2015
Power, A. and Kirwan, G. (2014) ‘The future of Cyberpsychology?’ in Power, A. and Kirwan, G., eds., Cyberpsychology and New Media: A Thematic Reader, London: Psychology Press, 231-235.2014
Kirwan, G. and Power, A. (2014) ‘What is Cyberpsychology?’ in Power, A. and Kirwan, G., eds., Cyberpsychology and New Media: A Thematic Reader, London: Psychology Press, 3-14.2014
Kirwan, G. and Power A. (2011) ‘Hacking: Legal and Ethical Aspects of an Ambiguous Activity’ in Dudley, A., ed., Investigating Cyber Law and Cyber Ethics: Issues, Impacts and Practices, Hershey PA: Information Science Reference, 21-36.2011
Power A. and Kirwan, G. (2011) ‘Ethics and Legal Aspects of Virtual Worlds’ in Dudley, A., ed., Investigating Cyber Law and Cyber Ethics: Issues, Impacts and Practices, Hersey PA: Information Science Reference, 117-131.2011
Power A. and Kirwan, G. (2010) ‘Online identities in blended and e-Learning’ in Donnelly, R., Harvey, J. and O’Rourke, K. C., eds., Critical Design and Effective Tools for E-Learning in Higher Education: Theory into Practice, Hershey PA: Information Science Publishing, 39-54.2010

Other Affiliations 

  • Member of the Board of the National Museum of Ireland.
  • Member of the Classification of Films Appeal Board.
  • Member of the Board of the Stillorgan College of Further Education.
  • Vice Chair of the Ethical, Political, Legal and Philosophical Studies Committee of the Royal Irish Academy.
  • Fellow of the Institute of Engineers Ireland (CEng MIEI)