Undergraduate Awards

The Eli Lilly Chemistry Prize
This prize is awarded annually to the student who has obtained the highest mark in Chemistry and passed the Summer First University Examination in Science, at the first attempt, and who subsequently registers for an honours degree in Chemistry at UCC.

History
1991 - Martin O'Connell
1992 - Maria Buckley
1993 - Gerard Hyde
1994 - David Watson
1995 - Fiona O'Driscoll
1996 - Fergal Coffey
1997 - Conor Barry
1998 - Deirdre Ni Mhuirthile
1999 - Brian O'Connell
2000 - Cathal Lucey
2001 - Marie Kissane
2002 - Anita Rae
2003 - Meabh Brennan
2004 - Denis Lynch
2005 - Catherine Slattery
2006 - Stephen Quinn
2007 - David O'Shea
2008 - Rachel Evans-Hurson
2009 - Brendan Cassidy
2010 - Eleanor Townsend
2011 - Laura McCarthy
2012 - Daniel Crowley
2013 - Therese Lyons
2014 - Emma Alcock
2015 - Caoimhe Broderick
2016 - Yuvaraj Khatri


The Reilly Prize
For the purpose of perpetuating the memory of the late Professor J. Reilly, who was professor of Chemistry and Head of the Chemistry Department in UCC for the period 1924-1959, The Reilly prize is awarded to the candidate who has obtained first place in the fouth year BSc (Hons) degree examination and has obtained first class honours.

History
1990 - Maurice O'Connor
1991 - Philip Hegarty
1992 - Nora Buckley
1993 - Brian O'Leary & Maureen Murphy (Joint Winners)
1994 - Lorraine Nagle
1995 - Emmet Herlihy
1996 - Gerard Hyde
1997 - David Watson
1998 - Daniel Guiney
1999 - Andrew O'Connell & Yvonne Watson (Joint Winners)
2000 - Selena Guilly
2001 - Conor Barry
2002 - Sarah O'Keeffe
2003 - Michelle Moram
2004 - Marie Kissane
2005 - Micheál Scanlon
2006 - Meabh Brennan
2007 - Aoife Grant
2008 - Naoimi Buckley
2009 - Sarah Jones
2010 - Hannah Winfield
2011 - Vera Foley
2012 - Maire Power
2013 - Patrick McCaw
2014 - Laura McCarthy
2015 - Daniel Crowely
2016 - Eilis Ní Thuama


The Oxford University Press Book Prize
The OUP Book Prize award is presented to the student with the highest marks from 3rd Year Chemistry in the 2015/16 academic year.

History

2014 - Daniel Crowley
2015 - Edward Burgoyne
2016 - Aobha Hickey


The Abbvie Student Prize
Awarded for Excellence in Third Year Organic and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

History

2016 - Hannah Hayes
2017 - Mary Hennessy


The George Guilbault Medal
The George Guilbault medal is awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate performance in analytical chemistry, comprising the modules CM4026, CM4027 and either module CM4207 (B.Sc. Chemistry with Forensic Science students) or module CM4206 (B.Sc. Chemistry students). The prize is named in the memory of the late Professor George G. Guilbault, who was the 1st Chair Professor of Analytical Chemistry at University College Cork.

History
2016 - Orla O'Hea


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