Gala for Quercus Scholars 2020/21

1 Apr 2021
Quercus Scholars 2020/21

As with most things during the Covid-19 era Quercus has had to move the annual gala online. The gala normally consists of a four course sit down dinner in the Aula Maxima where the students will receive their silver acorn pin as a symbol of their entry to the Quercus family. The Creative & Performing Arts' Scholars always close out the night on a high when they delight attendees with a fifteen minute performance.

This year the Gala took part on April 1st and though everybody could not be together in person it was none-the-less a special night. Each new Quercus scholar was introduced and virtually presented with their silver acorn pin by Interim President, Prof. John O'Halloran.

All three new Quercus Creative & Performing Arts' Scholars, Jennifer Barry, Nyala Grunwald & Síofra Thornton, performed on the night. If you wish to watch the Gala click here.

We would like to extend the warmest welcome to the 20/21 Quercus Scholars.

20/21 Academic Scholars 

Marieke Buckley, Ellen Connolly, Hannah Keohane, Richard Keyes McDonnell, Andrew Nash, Darragh O'Keeffe

20/21 Active Citizenship Scholars 

Anna O'Connor, Alicia O'Sullivan

20/21 Creative & Performing Arts' Scholars

Jennifer Barry, Nyala Grunwald, Síofra Thornton

20/21 Innovation/Entrepreneurship Scholar

Annie Madden

20/21 Sports Scholars

Nikki Barry, Maeve Gallagher, Tara Hanlon, Lydia Heaphy, John Kearney, Alex Kendellen

Quercus Talented Students' Programme

G31, The Hub,