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School of Music Masters Student Named as CIT's Best at Prizegiving

School of Music Masters Student Named as CIT's Best at Prizegiving

Published on: Saturday, 14 April 2012

On the 28th March, 2012, Martin Johnson of CIT Cork School of Music was named as Overall Best Student at CIT's Annual Prizegiving Ceremony.

 

 

 

 

CIT President, Dr Brendan Murphy,  presented Martin with his prize at a ceremony in the Council Room on CIT’s Bishopstown Campus. Martin is studying for a Master of Arts in Music and was also awarded the prize for Best Taught Masters Degree Student. Martin is currently the Principal Cellist with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra.

In the Department of Applied Physics and Instrumentation, Gary O’Halloran was named Best Honours Degree Student and HETAC Student of the Year Prize for the most Outstanding Recipient of a HETAC Award.

Clare Falvey was named as Best Bachelor Degree Student in Chemistry; John Harrington was Cork Best Taught Masters Degree Student in the Department of Computing. Michael Minehane was Best Taught Masters Degree Student in the Department Civil, Structural & Environmental Engineering.

Caoimhe de Paor from Ballykeeffe, Limerick was named as Best Honours Degree Student in CIT Cork School of Music.

Shane Kiely was Best Bachelor Degree Student in Electrical and Electronic Engineering while Brian Driver was Best Honours Degree Student in Mechanical, Biomedical & Manufacturing Engineering.

In Media Communications, Best Bachelor Degree Student was Marius Stepsys while Best Taught Masters Degree Student in Continuing Education was Deirdre Donovan.

In CIT Crawford College of Art & Design, Tom Dalton received the Barry Moloney Memorial Prize for Outstanding Recipient of a HETAC Award in Art and Design as well as the Best Honours Degree Student Award. Margaret O’Carroll received the Marshall Hudson Award for Best Art Education Student at CIT CCAD while Dara Doolan was awarded Best Taught Masters Degree Student.

In Tourism and Hospitality, Best Bachelor Degree Student was Jane Healy; and the Best Honours Degree Student was Brigid Walsh.

Stephen Dunlop was the National Maritime College of Ireland Best Bachelor Degree Student while the Best Honours Degree Student was Colin Harrington.
 


Shane Kiely, Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering with his parents Kay Crowley and Ted Kiely.

Tom Dalton, Outstanding Recipient of a HETAC Award In Art & Design with Orla Flynn, Head, CIT Crawford College of Art & Design.

Margaret O'Carroll, Winner of the M.C. Hutson Award; and Albert Walsh, Head of Education, CIT Crawford College Art and Design.

Bill Kavanagh, NMCI, Award Winner, Stephen Dunlop, Dr Brendan Murphy, President, CIT; and Dr Barry O'Connor, Registrar and Vice President for Academic Affairs, CIT.

 

Michael Minehan, John Harrington and Dara Doolan (see award details above).

Dr Liam McDonnell, Head, Department of Applied Physics and Instrumentation; student Gary O’Halloran who was named Best Honours Degree Student and HETAC Student of the Year Prize for the most Outstanding Recipient of a HETAC Award; and Dr Brendan Murphy, President, CIT.

Best Bachelor Degree Student Hospitality and Tourism Jane Healy with Dr Barry O'Connor, Registrar and Vice President for Academic Affairs CIT.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brian Driver was awarded the Best Honours Degree Student in Mechanical, Biomedical & Manufacturing Engineering; pictured here with Dr Brendan Murphy.

 

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