Graduate presented award from Engineers Ireland South East

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Left to Right, Dr. Ken Thomas, Head of School of Engineering; Mervin Doyle, Programme leader; Mary Doyle Kent, Chair of Engineers Ireland South East Region; Shane Doyle MSc; Prof. Willie Donnelly, President WIT; Susan Gallagher, Secretary, Engineers Ireland South East Region; Dr. Derek Sinnott, Head of Department of the Built Environment

Left to Right, Dr. Ken Thomas, Head of School of Engineering; Mervin Doyle, Programme leader; Mary Doyle Kent, Chair of Engineers Ireland South East Region; Shane Doyle MSc; Prof. Willie Donnelly, President WIT; Susan Gallagher, Secretary, Engineers Ireland South East Region; Dr. Derek Sinnott, Head of Department of the Built Environment

Shane graduated from MSc in Sustainable Energy Engineering and has won the Engineers Ireland South East Achievement of Excellence Award at this year’s conferring

The category recognises the achievements of academic excellence for a final year student in the School of Engineering in WIT.  Shane Doyle achieved the highest marks of all the MSc students from the School of Engineering in WIT in 2018/19. This is the first time this has been awarded to a graduate of WIT. Shane was presented the award at this year’s Conferring Ceremonies in WIT and graduated from the MSc in Sustainable Energy Engineering

Mary Doyle-Kent, programme leader in WIT and current chair of Engineers Ireland South East says “congratulations to Shane for all his dedication and determination in his year of study in WIT. We offer three taught MSc programmes in the School of Engineering. Shane obtained the highest grade average to get this award so we are delighted for him. We wish him every success in his future working career.”

Mary continues with “Engineers Ireland is the professional body of engineers in Ireland. With over 25,000 members from every discipline of engineering. Engineers Ireland is the voice of the engineering profession in Ireland. We have been representing the engineering profession since 1835, making us one of the oldest and largest professional bodies in Ireland. Members come from every discipline of engineering, and range from engineering students to fellows of the profession. The South East Region is one of the largest regions in the country. We host a suite of events throughout the calendar year that can be accessed on the main Engineers Ireland web page.”

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