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20 September 2017  


NUI Celebrates the Academic Achievements of its Students & Graduates

09.11.2015


The National University of Ireland will hold its annual awards ceremony on Tuesday, 10 November to celebrate the academic achievements of its graduates and students. At the ceremony, the Chancellor of the University Dr Maurice Manning will present NUI awards valued at over €850,000 to more than 120 successful scholars.

Among the awards to be presented are a Doctor of Literature degree on Published Work, four prizes in Irish historical research and publications, one Post-Doctoral Fellowship in the Sciences, and eight NUI Travelling Studentships. The Studentships will support doctoral research in history, human rights law, biomedical engineering, molecular medicine, and organic geochemistry.

NUI is delighted to announce that in 2015, over one hundred and twenty students and graduates from the constituent universities and recognised colleges of the federal university will receive awards. UCD, UCC, Maynooth University, NUI Galway, RCSI, St Angela’s College and NCAD will be represented, as will the overseas campuses in Bahrain and Penang, Malaysia. In addition to the graduate awards listed previously, students and scholars will be presented with the Dr H H Stewart Literary and Medical Scholarships, the Dr Mary L Thornton Scholarship in Education, the Denis Phelan Scholarship, the Mansion House Fund Scholarships in Irish and Irish History and the NUI Art and Design Award.

The NUI Awards Programme for the coming year will be available at www.nui.ie/awards from January 2016. 

 


 

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