Athlone IT student receives merit award from CPA Ireland

Brendan Doyle, head of department of accounting and computing; John Cusack, CPA representative; Maureen Kinnarney; and Eoin Langan, head of business school.

Brendan Doyle, head of department of accounting and computing; John Cusack, CPA representative; Maureen Kinnarney; and Eoin Langan, head of business school.

Maureen Kinnarney a student from AIT, was the proud recipient of a CPA Ireland merit award for her academic achievements. Maureen from Tullamore obtained a 100 per cent result in the financial management module from the BA (Hons ) accounting class.

Eoin Langan, head of the business school at AIT praised Maureen for her excellent result. “Congratulations to Maureen. To achieve 100 per cent in any academic module is an impressive feat. She has shown herself to be a dedicated and hardworking student. Our thanks to the CPA Institute as well for sponsoring this prize to recognise students for their academic achievements.”

John Cusack, former head of the business school at AIT and CPA council member presented Maureen with her award at the prize-giving ceremony in Athlone IT.

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