The DCU Alumni Awards honour alumni who, through their exceptional ability and leadership, have achieved excellence in their chosen fields of endeavour. Their accomplishments across so many aspects of society are a source of great pride to DCU and an inspiration to present and future generations of DCU students.
The other awardees are:
· Rory Assandey, Enterprise Computing (2014), Engineering and Computing
· Suzanne Lindsay, Communications (1994), Humanities and Social Sciences
· Dearbháil Lawless, Education and Training (2009), Institute of Education
· Brian Walsh, Actuarial Maths (2005) and an MSc in Software Engineering (2010), Science and Health
· Catherine Keogh, International Marketing and Languages (1999), Business School
· Michael Murphy, PE with Biology (2013), Science and Health
· Paula Melvin, Irish and History (2012), Humanities and Social Sciences
· Cleona Ní Chrualaoí, Journalism (2001), Humanities and Social Sciences
Commenting on the 2022 DCU Alumni Awards, Prof Daire Keogh, President of Dublin City University said: “The annual DCU Alumni Awards event gives us the opportunity to recognise and celebrate the exceptional contribution that our graduates make to the University’s mission to ‘transform lives and societies’. This year’s awardees come from a wide variety of backgrounds, but all are mould breakers and changemakers, people who embody our values and exemplify the can-do approach that is very much a part of the DCU DNA.”
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