TriviumVet sponsors BSc in Pharmaceutical Science Academic Excellence Award

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TriviumVet: We have close ties with WIT who support some of our research programmes and the hard work of all of the college’s graduates enables a start-up company like ours to attract the best talent to grow and expand our business

TriviumVet: We have close ties with WIT who support some of our research programmes and the hard work of all of the college’s graduates enables a start-up company like ours to attract the best talent to grow and expand our business

Students from across science courses at WIT were recognised for their outstanding projects throughout the year at the Science Industry Awards

Craig Sweeney has been announced as the winner of the TriviumVet BSc in Pharmaceutical Science Academic Excellence Award.The Department of Science at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) recently held its Industry Sponsored Awards Ceremony for 2020 via Zoom.

These awards were sponsored by Source Bioscience, Environmental Science Association of Ireland, Sanofi, Bausch & Lomb, Sofrimar, Dawn Meats, Comeragh Veterinary practice, Dairymaster, AIB and for the first time TriviumVet.

Attracting best talent

Dr Liam Byrne of TriviumVet, presented the Academic Excellence Award for BSc in Pharmaceutical Science students. He said: “We at TriviumVet are delighted to participate in WIT’s Annual Department of Science Industry Awards event. We have close ties with WIT who support some of our research programmes and the hard work of all of the college’s graduates enables a start-up company like ours to attract the best talent to grow and expand our business. The skills learnt in the BSc in Pharmaceutical Science programme are especially suited to us and we would like to thank WIT for the opportunity to participate.”

Value of graduates within region highlighted

Kathleen Grennan, programme leader said: “I am delighted that TriviumVet have come on board to sponsor this award. As a Waterford-based pharmaceutical and therapeutics company, their involvement highlights the value that regional companies put on graduates of the BSc in Pharmaceutical Science programme. The Academic Excellence Award takes into account the student’s performance in all twelve modules across the third and final year of their programme. This year’s recipient Craig Sweeney has excelled in every module, and is a very worthy recipient of this award in its inaugural year.”

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Bachelor of Science in  Pharmaceutical Science

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