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2018 Undergraduate Prize Winners

12 Apr
Photo (L-R): Prof John Wenger, Aobha Hickey and Dr Florence McCarthy.

Eli Lilly Prize, OUP Book Prize, The George Guilbault Medal and The Reilly Prize.

Annual undergraduate prizes in Chemistry were awarded yesterday to a number of students. The ceremony took place in the Aula Maxima. Thanks to Eli Lilly and Oxford University Press for their continued support in these awards. Full details on this years winners are as follows:

Eli Lilly Chemistry Prize: Hannah Shalloo
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 in 2016/17, at the first attempt, and who subsequently registers for an honours degree in Chemistry at UCC.


Photo (L-R): Prof John Wenger, Hannah Shalloo and Dr Donal Harrold (Eli Lilly).


Oxford University Press Book Prize: Anne Gayer
The OUP award is presented to the student with the highest marks from 3rd Year Chemistry in the 2016/17 academic year.


Photo (L-R): Prof John Wenger and Anne Gayer.


Reilly Chemistry Prize: Aobha Hickey
The Reilly prize is awarded to the candidate who has obtained first place in the fouth year BSc (Hons) degree examination in 2016/17 and has obtained first class honours. The prize is named in 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.


Photo (L-R): Prof John Wenger, Aobha Hickey and Dr Florence McCarthy.


The George Guilbault: Aobha Hickey
The George Guilbault medal is awarded to the student who has achieved the highest aggregate performance in 4th year Analytical Chemistry. 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.


Photo (L-R): Prof John Wenger, Aobha Hickey and Prof Jeremy Glennon.

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