Hundreds of graduates at Limerick conferring ceremonies

first_imgTwitter LIT Development & Public Engagement Manager, Seamus Hoyne, is awarded the SEAI Outstanding Contribution to Sustainable Energy Award. International Women’s Day LIT Email NewsEducationHundreds of graduates at Limerick conferring ceremoniesBy Editor – November 4, 2015 864 LIT Launches unique new programme on Responding to Domestic Abuse and Coercive Control WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedin Printcenter_img Advertisement TAGSClare StreetconferringDr Maria HinfelaarLITMoylishNiall Greenethurles Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) will host its annual graduation ceremonies over the next two weeks.THE Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) annual graduation ceremonies get under way this Thursday, November 6 at 10 am and run right through to Friday, November 20 when hundreds of students will receive their degrees.The ceremonies will be held at the Moylish campus tomorrow and Friday and the Clare Street (Friday, 13) Limerick campus on Friday, November 13 before moving to the Thurles campus on Friday, November 20.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The programme opens on Thursday with the Faculty of Applied Science, Engineering and Technology at the Moylish campus. This conferring will also be addressed by LIT President Dr. Maria Hinfelaar and Governing Body Chairman Niall Greene.The first students to be conferred will be from the Department of Built Environment and Department of Mechanical and Automobile Engineering at 10 am. The day’s second session will take place at 1pm when graduates from the Department of Information Technology and Department of Applied Science will be conferred.  A third graduation ceremony, for the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering takes place at 4pm.Friday is the turn of the Faculty of Business and Humanities.  The first session at 11am is for graduations from the Department of Applied Social Sciences and Department of Food & Tourism, with a second session  at 2pm, for the Department of Sports & Finance and Department of Business.The School of Art and Design will have its conferring at its Clare Street, Limerick Campus on Friday, November 13, with separate sessions at 10.30am.  and 2.30pm.The final graduation ceremony takes place at LIT’s Thurles campus, on Friday November 20, when the Faculty of Applied Science, Engineering and Technology and Faculty of Business and Humanities has its conferrings.For further information, go to Limerick Post Show | FOLM Project Women in the Creative Arts to take centre stage at LIT’s International Women’s Day Flagship Event Facebook Previous articleLimerick man on trial for rape and torture of girlfriendNext article#video Limerick graduate holding his breath for Dyson inventors award Editor LIT Graduation Ceremonies to take place on November 19 and 20.last_img read more

‘A long two days’: Major storm pummels Northeast with snow

first_imgNEW YORK (AP) — A sprawling winter storm is walloping the Eastern U.S., shutting down coronavirus vaccination sites, closing schools and halting transit. Snow piled up Monday from the Appalachians to New England, with the heaviest weather yet to come in many places. the National Weather Service said more than 13 inches of snow had fallen in Manhattan’s Central Park by the early afternoon, and as much as 16 inches was reported in northern New Jersey. Parts of New England also braced for a foot or more. At least three deaths that appeared to be related to the storm were reported in Pennsylvania.last_img read more

Colts and defending champions’ Jets battle tonight

first_imgBy Joe ChapmanALL-PURPOSE guard Akeem Kanhai will once against be the engineer by which Amelia’s Ward Jets will seek to retain their title tonight, when they face Ravens out of Georgetown at the Mackenzie Sports Club hard court.Jets became the only Linden side to claim honours in this biennial championship after they wrestled the crown from Ravens in 2015, at this very venue.Back then, Kanhai has been their pilot, and tonight he will again be in tandem with his Jets teammate shooting guard, Orin Rose.Knowing that Rose can show up with devastating effect from three-point territory, the Ravens will not get things easy against this duo of Rose and Kanhai, but with Adrian Webster, Akini Wilson, Joel Webster playing inside and Nathan Saul in the back court, the game is expected to be a crowd puller.On the other hand, Ravens are still a force in local basketball. Led by guard, Travis Burnett, and the likes of Ryan Stephney, Dominic Vincent, and Tyrone Hamid, along with Jermain Slater, makes the match-up very interesting.The first prize winners collects $300,000 while the beaten finalists $200,000.The third place finisher will collect $100,000. The third place battle is between the current leading clubs from Linden in Victory Valley Royals and Georgetown’s Colts.last_img read more