Lecturer in Agricultural Science
School of Science & Computing - Dept of Science
Completed a PhD in UCD & Teagasc, Moorepark Dairy Research Centre, Co. Cork. The PhD (Teagasc Walsh Fellowship) in animal nutrition and dairy production systems focussed on the “Evaluation of alternative forages for in-situ utilisation by dry dairy cows over the winter period”.
Following his PhD, Dr Keogh worked as a post-doctoral researcher on Teagasc Solohead research farm in conjunction with WIT, conducting research on clover and winter feeding systems.
Subsequently, he worked for Ulster Bank as a Agricultural Manager covering the 26 counties of Ireland advising front-line staff on repayment capacity, farm management standards, changes in agricultural legislation, technical assistance and training.
Dr Keogh then took up a lecturing post at Teagasc Kildalton Agricultural College teaching QQI level 5,6,7 & 8 students on agri-business, animal production, and agri-mechanisation for two years.
Currently working in Waterford Institute of Technology where he is lecturing QQI level 7 & 8 students on the BSc Agricultural Science course
Two years lecturing at Teagasc Kildalton Agricultural College where he lectured QQI level 5,6,7 & 8 students on agri-business, animal production, and agri-mechanisation subjects.
Currently lecturing on the Agricultural Science programme in WIT since September 2015, lecturing relevant Agricultural Science modules.