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22 November 2017  


RCSI Conferrings (November 2015)

19.11.2015



The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) recently held four conferring RCSI BScPharmacy graduatesceremonies in both the RDS, Dublin and in their own premises in St. Stephen’s Green where over 1,000 students in medicine, pharmacy, physiotherapy, nursing and a range of healthcare areas were conferred with NUI degrees and other qualifications. Professor Aidan Bradford and NUI Chancellor Dr Maurice Manning







Speaking at each of the conferring ceremonies the Chancellor congratulated the graduates on their success and individual achievements. Dr Manning went on to say that the University applauded the tremendous potential NUI and RCSI graduates and urged the graduates ‘to retain that spirit of intellectual curiosity, that quest for continuous improvement, that characterised your studies in RCSI.’
Mr Declan Magee Professor Hannah McGee and Dr Maurice Manning NUI ChancellorIn particular, Dr Manning extended a special word of congratulations to the RCSI Dean of Medicine and Health Sciences, Professor Hannah McGee who received her DSc degree on her published work in the field of Health Psychology and Professor Aidan Bradford, Associate Professor in Physiology, who also qualified for a DSc for his published work in the field of Physiology. Dr Manning explained that ‘the DSc degree is at the highest level awarded by the University. It signifies a scholar of international distinction in his or her field.’ In 2015, NUI has awarded only three higher degrees on published work - one DLitt and two DScs.



In 2015, NUI has awarded only three higher degrees on published work - one DLitt and two DScs.Michael Thai Trung King and Dr Maurice Manning NUI Chancellor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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