Ag and ag science staff and students at WIT get behind Movember

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More than 30 students will host a fundraising event on Monday, 25 November, and the following Monday moustache saving will take place

Lecturers and students from the Agriculture and Agricultural Science courses at WIT are participating in Movember this year.

Movember is an annual fundraising held in November each year. The moustache-growing charity event raises funds and awareness for men’s health. Movember participants, known as Mo Bros and Mo Sistas, sign up on and then choose to grow a moustache, move by walking or running 60 kilometres throughout the month, or host a Mo-ment by gathering friends.

Included in ‘WIT Ag Movember’ are four lecturers Bill Keogh, Michael Breen, Tony Woodcock and Wayne Cummins more than 30 Ag and Ag-Science students.

The students have organised a fund raising event for the team to be held in Kitty Kiernans pub, 40 Barrack St, Waterford, X91 EY60 on Monday 25 November. Lecturer Bill Keogh has organised a moustache shaving for Monday 2 December in the atrium of the the main building.

Movember funding is used to impact men’s health both locally and globally. It invests in country- and culture-specific health projects while collaborating on game-changing solutions that address the men’s health crisis on a global scale.

Donate on Bill’s Movember page.

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Bachelor of Science (Honours) in  Agricultural Science
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