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Lilly Awards 2013-2014

Eli Lilly Award for Excellence in Process & Chemical Engineering

Recipients 2013-2014


The awards were held in the Food Science Building, Room A1, UCC on Wednesday 11th December 2013.
Paul Malone of Eli Lilly, Dunderrow opened the proceedings and Bryan Crowley, Process Engineer at Eli Lilly and BE (Hons) Process & Chemical Engineering Class of 2008 performed the keynote address which included an excellent video of the new Biopharmaceutical Plant in Dunderrow, a description of the work that is ongoing there and an idea of the huge investment that Eli Lilly has made in the Kinsale site over the past few years. Gina Lynch,  Process Engineer at Eli Lilly and BE (Hons) Process & Chemical Engineering Class of 2009 also joined in the event and spoke about her role in the company. The Department of Process & Chemical Engineering is greatly endebted to Eli Lilly for their continuous sponsorship of the awards. It is a fantastic opportunity to reward young Engineering students for their efforts - both academic and personal.


Class of 2014

 Ciaran O'Sullivan

Class of 2015

 Anna Cremin

Class of 2016

 Fergal Lalor

Class of 2017

 Jean O'Driscoll

*Outstanding Contribution

 Ailbhe Connolly


*In 2007-8 a new award was created which will be presented only when it is felt that a given student has excelled such as to merit its conferring, and therefore this award may not be necessarily awarded every year. This award is presented to a student who has excelled in developing or fostering the development of a special aspect of the department/discipline:- 
"Outstanding Contribution to the Development of Process & Chemical Engineering"  

In 2013-14 it was again decided to make this award. It was presented to Ailbhe Connolly for her exceptional contribution to promoting the special bond that exists between the staff and students through her work with the Engineering Society and her organisation of the Engineering Ball in November 2013. Ailbhe was also very involved in the Peer Support Network in UCC and travelled to schools in her spare time to talk to students about a career in Process and Chemical Engineering, both on behalf of the Department, and of IChemE.

Process and Chemical Engineering

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Room 312, 3rd floor, Food Science Building, University College Cork