The Rory O’Connor and Tony Moynihan Awards 2022
The School of Computing is delighted to announce that 4th-year Data Science student Anthony Reidy has been awarded the Rory V. O’Connor Award for the Undergraduate Student with Highest Overall Mark in Final Year 2021/22. This award is made annually following a review of the marks achieved by all final-year Undergraduate students from DCU’s School of Computing. This award was established as a memorial to Prof Rory O'Connor, a distinguished Professor and a former Head of the School of Computing, who passed away suddenly in 2019.
The School is also happy to announce that 4th-year Computer Applications students Cliodhna Harrison and Maciej Swierad have been awarded the Tony Moynihan Award for the Computer Applications Students with Highest Overall Marks in the CA400 Final Year Project Module 2021/22. This award is made annually following a review of CA400 Final Year Project marks and was established in memory of Prof Tony Moynihan, distinguished Professor and a former Head of the School of Computing.
Congratulations to the winners of these prestigious awards.