A number of top performing engineering students have been awarded scholarships sponsored by Analog Devices.
Mike Mulqueen, Director of Consumer Engineering, Analog Devices said, “Analog Devices and the Electronic and Computer Engineering Department, Graham Britchfield, Ennis County Clare top graduating student received a cheque for €4,500 based on his final results and was also awarded the Hank Krabbe Medal and John Nelson, Head of The Electronic and Computer Engineering Department at the awards ceremony.”
Awards sponsored by Analog Devices were made to three of UL’s top performing engineering students at a presentation ceremony. The scholarship programme was established in 2010 through a gift of €125,000 made by Analog to the University of Limerick Foundation.
Speaking at the scholarship awards ceremony, Mike Mulqueen, Director of Consumer Engineering, Analog Devices said; ÒAnalog Devices and the Electronic and Computer Engineering Department in UL have a long established history of collaboration with many graduates of this course contributing to the success of Analog Devices. Electronic Engineering will continue to be at the heart of our future and with that in mind we have designed the awards to promote the brightest, most innovative, resourceful and creative engineers.”
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