Wednesday, December 28, 2016


Histori Berthame 2012 - Kliko Ketu
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The winners of the 2016 North/South Postgraduate Scholarships are:

Adam Bradley, Bangor, Co. Down
Adam is a Trinity College Dublin music graduate. He is commencing a MRes in Arts and Humanities (Composition) in Queen’s University Belfast.  The MRes will explore the conceptual barriers between popular and classical/contemporary music, the common view of them as separate entities, and how this may affect music in Ireland.

Jonathan Green, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh
Jonathan is a Queen’s University Belfast graduate of Law. He is commencing a LLM in Trinity College Dublin. This LLM will allow him to research and develop a thesis on the development of environmental law on an all-Ireland basis.

Yvanne Kennedy, Celbridge, Co. Kildare
Yvanne is a University College Dublin Law graduate. She is commencing a LLM (Human Rights & Criminal Justice) in Queen’s University Belfast. She will complete her research dissertation in the area of penal reform, looking at the positive implications of early intervention, education, and restorative practices.

Carmen Ortiz Granero, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Carmenis a Queen’s University Belfast English graduate and holds a MSc TESOL from there also. She is commencing a PhD in Philosophy in Trinity College Dublin.  This research project will analyse the factors responsible for the language-related challenges experienced by non-native English students in Irish institutions, as well as the multimodal teaching and learning practices that may overcome those difficulties in intensive English language programmes designed specifically for non-native international students by the Centre for English Language Learning and Teaching (CELLT), which might be regarded as a model of language programme for other institutions.

The winners of the 2015 North/South Postgraduate Scholarships were:

Christina Kenny, Dundalk, Co Louth
Christine is a University College Dublin Science Graduate.  She is commencing a PhD at Queen’s University Belfast titled ‘effect of antibiotic treatment on airway microbial community composition in patients with Cystic Fibrosis’.  The PhD will investigate and explore the effect of antibiotic treatment on airway microbial community composition in patients with Cystic Fibrosis, a genetically inherited condition.

Donal Lynch, Innishannon, Co Cork
Donal is a University College Cork Engineering Graduate.  He is commencing a PhD at Queen’s University Belfast in Advanced Mechanical Engineering where he hopes his postgraduate study will help to make a contribution to the development of Ireland on an all-island level.  Some of the challenges include maintaining a reliable and uninterrupted power supply, increasing renewable energy development, ensuring the sustainability of the transport sector and improving the natural environment and living standards in Ireland North and South.