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UCC STEM Awards 2022

17 May 2022

The Physics Department would like to extend a huge congratulations to all nominees and all who won awards at the UCC STEM Awards 2022 held on Tuesday, 17th May 2022 @ 5.30pm in the Devere Hall, UCC.

Each year, the College of Science, Engineering and Food Science (SEFS) recognises and celebrates the successes and achievements of students and staff members during the previous academic year. These include high-profile award recipients nominated for recognition by their unit, college-level award winners, and student-nominated outstanding staff members. Students from within the college who have received university-awarded prizes may also be recognised.

From the Physics Department and in the photo above from left to right we have:

-Professor Paul Callanan, Lecturer, Physics 

-Emily Whitaker, Undergraduate Student, BSc (Physics and Astrophysics) who obtained a Quercus College Scholar

-Jane Dooley, Physics Postgrad Demonstrator, Student Nominated Staff Award 2021

-David McMahon, Undergraduate Student, BSc (Physics, Single Honours) who obtained Graduate of the year

-Robbie Mathews, Undergraduate Student, BSc (Applied Maths and Physics) who was runner up for graduate of the year

-Cian Mc Donnell, Undergraduate Student, BSc (Physics and Maths Sciences JH) who otabined a Quercus College Scholar 

-Professor John McInerney, Head of Department, Physics

In abstentia were:

-Bryan Keary, Postgraduate, Physics who obtained PG Research Publication of the year 

-James Ronan O’Sullivan, Undergraduate, BSc (Physics and Maths Sciences JH) who obtained a Quercus College Scholar

-Cillian Timothy Murphy, Undergraduate, BSc (Physics Single Honours) who obtained a Quercus College Scholar 

Extras: 

Also recognised is Neil Sean Curtis, Undergraduate, BSc (Chemical Physics) & Ciara O'Keeffe, Undergraduate, BSc (Mathematical Sciences JH) who also obtained Quercus College Scholars 


A very well done to all the above on these outstanding achievements!

Department of Physics

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