GALLERY MARY I conferring ceremonies

GALLERY MARY I conferring ceremonies

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Pictured at the recent Mary Immaculate College conferring ceremonies were Dr. Anna Stiepel from Germany; Dr. Ciarán Ryan from Tipperary; Dr. Daniela Panzera, from Italy; Dr. Paul Gadie, from the UK; Dr. Miriam Walsh from Croom; Dr. John Treacy from Miltown Malbay, Dr. Vivien Hennessy from Dooradoyle and Dr. Rabson, Ndlovu from Zimbabwe. Pic: Press 22
Pictured at the recent Mary Immaculate College conferring ceremonies were Dr. Anna Stiepel from Germany; Dr. Ciarán Ryan from Tipperary; Dr. Daniela Panzera, from Italy; Dr. Paul Gadie, from the UK; Dr. Miriam Walsh from Croom; Dr. John Treacy from Miltown Malbay, Dr. Vivien Hennessy from Dooradoyle and Dr. Rabson, Ndlovu from Zimbabwe. Pic: Press 22

The Mary Immaculate College conferring ceremonies took place in Limerick this week.

 625 students from 20 counties and 3 continents were conferred with academic awards across the College’s 27 programmes in addition to the College’s 100th PhD award.

Congratulating all those graduating, Prof. Michael A Hayes, President of Mary Immaculate College, said “These ceremonies mark the high point of the College’s year as we acknowledge the achievement of our students. The ceremonies this year are particularly special as we mark the conferring of our 100th PhD Graduate – this is a very proud achievement for us as a College and I want to congratulate those who have received these doctorates and my colleagues who supervised their work”.

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Pictured at the recent Mary Immaculate College conferring ceremonies were Tara Sheehan, Ennis, Co. Clare, who graduated with a BA in Early Childhood Studies with her Mum Deirdre Sheehan.
Pictured at the recent Mary Immaculate College conferring ceremonies were Tara Sheehan, Ennis, Co. Clare, who graduated with a BA in Early Childhood Studies with her Mum Deirdre Sheehan.
Pictured at the recent Mary Immaculate College conferring ceremonies were Colm Mullen, Ennis, Co. Clare, Sean Breathnach, Carraroe, Co. Galway, John O' Heney, Lattin, Co. Tipperary and Kevin Kelly, Carraroe, Co. Galway who all graduated with a Graduate Diploma in Primary Teaching. 625 students from 20 counties and 3 continents were conferred with academic awards across the College’s 27 programmes including the College’s 100th PhD award. Pic: Gareth Williams / Press 22 Press Release: 23rd October 2015Education is a movement of formation that enables the individual to play their role in transforming society for the common good.100th PhD Graduate Conferred at Mary Immaculate CollegeEducation is a movement of formation that enables the individual to play their role in transforming society for the common good according to Prof. Michael A Hayes, President of Mary Immaculate College, who was speaking at the College’s conferring ceremonies today Friday 23rd October. The quality of advanced scholarship at Mary Immaculate College was evident on the day as the 100th PhD graduate was conferred along with close on 650 students from 20 counties and 3 continents all of whom graduated with academic awards across the College’s 27 programmes. Congratulating all those graduating the President said “These ceremonies mark the high point of the College’s year as we acknowledge the achievement of our students. The ceremonies this year are particularly special as we mark the conferring of our 100th PhD Graduate – this is a very proud achievement for us as a College and I want to congratulate those who have received these doctorates and my colleagues who supervised their work”. Not only were students conferred with awards on undergraduate, diploma, graduate diploma and master programmes but this year marked the first graduation of students from the Certificate in General Learning & Personal Development, a programme  for people with intellectual disabilities.“W
Pictured at the recent Mary Immaculate College conferring ceremonies were Colm Mullen, Ennis, Co. Clare, Sean Breathnach, Carraroe, Co. Galway, John O’ Heney, Lattin, Co. Tipperary and Kevin Kelly, Carraroe, Co. Galway who all graduated with a Graduate Diploma in Primary Teaching.
Pictured at the recent Mary Immaculate College conferring ceremonies were Back Row: L-R: Prof. Jim Deegan, Head of Graduate School, MIC; Dr. John Treacy, Dr. Paul Gadie, Prof. Michael A Hayes, President of MIC, (centre); Prof. Michael Healy, Associate Vice President for Research, MIC; Prof. Michael Breen, Dean of Arts, MIC; and Dr. Rabson, Ndlovu. Front Row; L-R: Dr. Anna Stiepel, Dr. Vivien Hennessy, Dr. Daniela Panzera, Dr. Miriam Walsh and Dr. Ciarán Ryan. 625 students from 20 counties and 3 continents were conferred with academic awards across the College’s 27 programmes in addition to the College’s 100th PhD award. Pic: Press 22
Pictured at the recent Mary Immaculate College conferring ceremonies were Back Row: L-R: Prof. Jim Deegan, Head of Graduate School, MIC; Dr. John Treacy, Dr. Paul Gadie, Prof. Michael A Hayes, President of MIC, (centre); Prof. Michael Healy, Associate Vice President for Research, MIC; Prof. Michael Breen, Dean of Arts, MIC; and Dr. Rabson, Ndlovu. Front Row; L-R: Dr. Anna Stiepel, Dr. Vivien Hennessy, Dr. Daniela Panzera, Dr. Miriam Walsh and Dr. Ciarán Ryan. 625 students from 20 counties and 3 continents were conferred with academic awards across the College’s 27 programmes in addition to the College’s 100th PhD award.
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