DCU Business School Student wins Postgrad Communication Award
This competition, specifically designed for postgraduate research students, aims to encourage them to communicate their research, and its potential impact, to a non-specialist audience in a concise, dynamic and innovative way utilising current technology. This year, 11 finalists delivered their shortlisted presentations to an expert adjudication panel and an audience of peers, colleagues and friends on Wednesday 26th March, at 2.30pm in the Gallery at the Helix, DCU in a bid to compete for the top four places. A winner and runner-up were chosen in each of our two categories, oral and video, and were presented with their prizes by DCU’s Vice-President for Research, Professor Alan Harvey on the day.
Congratulations to Grace Kenny, a Phd Candidate in DCU Business School, who came first in the video category for her presentation “Electronic patient records and Ireland, what must we consider?”.
The Business School was also represented by Catherine Faherty, in the oral category whose presentation was entitled “From Rags to Riches and Back to Rags: The Issue of Family Business Survival”
Pictured above are:
L-R (back row): Claire O’Connell (Panelist), Paul Grimes, Vincent McKey (Panelist), Jennifer Gaughran, John Holden (Panelist), Dr Aisling McEvoy (Panel), Paul O’Neill, Stephen Comiskey,
L-R (front row): Catherine Faherty, Dawn Walsh, Buse Gamze Ustundag, Grace Kenny, Izabela Marszalowska, Bozena Dubiel, Dr Lisa Looney (Dean)
If you are interested in Research Programmes at DCU Business School, you can learn more on our Research Page.
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