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Patricia Cahill from Bullaun, Loughrea, a third year student on the BEng software and electronic engineering programme at GMIT, has scooped an Intel Women in Technology Award for academic excellence. Ms Cahill was one of eight final year students from colleges around Ireland presented with this award at a special ceremony in Dublin recently.
Louise Ni Chonghaile, from Carna, a fourth year student in the GMIT School of Engineering, has won a top national industry award for achieving a distinction in her Bachelor of Engineering degree in computer and electronic engineering (Level 7) last year.
More than 50 employers and universities will exhibit at AIT’s careers fair, an increase of 20 per cent on 2013. The fair takes place from 10am-2pm on Thursday November 13.
Two final year Bachelor of Science students at NUI Galway were awarded a merit award at the recent Enterprise Ireland Student Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
Business Impact Celebration reveals Mayo businesses contributed more than €450,000 to local charities and community groups in 2013
In Mayo in 2013, businesses donated a total of €458,011 in cash and in kind donations to local charities and community groups. More than 1,295 hours were volunteered by local employees and over 134 community partnerships were supported. This information is being captured by Business in the Community Ireland, on an online interactive map entitled the Business Impact Map which gives a county by county breakdown of how companies such as A&L Goodbody, ESB, Intel Ireland, Diageo Ireland and their employees supported their local community groups and charities during 2013.
The Irish Technology Leadership Group (ITLG), a group of executives and technology leaders headquartered in Silicon Valley, and focused on helping Irish start-up companies, is leading a delegation of high level executives and investors to Dublin.
Speaking in Galway this week, Dr Craig Barrett, the former head of Intel in Ireland, said that we had to be smarter, better educated and think quicker, if we were to survive in the modern world of economic development.
Mayo student Aoife Bell from St Joseph’s College, Castlebar, received an Intel Excellence in Science medal for her project entitled ‘Caffeine: A help or hindrance’, at the SciFest 2010 awards.