Innovative students honoured at awards

Students who have demonstrated high levels of innovative and critical thinking in academic coursework will be recognised at this year's Undergraduate Awards.

19th May, 2012
Tara Griffin and Fred English, past winners of the Undergraduate Awards, at the Anu Research Centre at Cork University Maternity Hospital. Photo: Cillian Kelly

Students who have demonstrated high levels of innovative and critical thinking in academic coursework will be recognised at this year's Undergraduate Awards.

The awards scheme is open to undergraduate students in the final or penultimate year of a degree course at any third-level institution on the island of Ireland, as well as Irish students at 25 international universities, among them Harvard, Cambridge and MIT. The awards were founded in Dublin in 2008 by Oisin Hanrahan...

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