Pictured are Professor Donal Dineen, Dean of the Kemmy Business School , Michael O'Connor, Regional Director, Bank of Scotland Ireland; Minister for Defence, Willie O'Dea,TD and Professor Paul McCutcheon, Vice President Academic and Registrar at UL.
38 of the University of Limerick's most gifted business students were honoured at the Annual Kemmy Business School (KBS) awards ceremony. The KBS, in partnership with the Bank of Scotland Ireland, recognises the outstanding scholars in the School each year. Minister for Defence, Mr Willie O'Dea, T.D. presented this years students, with their monetary awards at a ceremony, which took place in the new state-of-the-art KBS building.
Professor Donal Dineen, Speaking to some of the Award Recipients
Pictured at the event were from left: Professor Donal Dineen, Eithne O'Leary, Cahirciveen and Deirdre Nelligan, Tralee and Michael O'Connor, Regional Director in the Bank of Scotland Ireland.
Pictured at the event were from left: Wisit Santijirakun, Cappamore, Emily Earlie, Dooradoyle, Rebecca Rocca, NewcastleWest, Stepehn Prendiville, Abbeyfeale, Minister O'Dea, Thomas Kennedy, Limerick and Marie Gorey, Murroe.
Pictured at the event were from left: Professor Donal Dineen, with Revenue students Clodagh Ni Eidhin and Pat Carberry.