undergraduate Awards

Templeogue College past-pupils Conor Leahy and Shane MacEntagart achieve success in Undergraduate Awards.

All those associated with Templeogue College would like to congratulate Former pupils Conor Leahy and Shane MacEntagart on their recent success in the Undergraduate Awards.

The Undergraduate Awards were founded in 2008 by TCD graduates Oisin Hanrahan and Paddy Cosgrave, the UA aims to celebrate students who propose fresh arguments and new approaches, providing undergraduate students with an opportunity to accelerate their ideas on a global platform’. Each year undergraduate students are invited to submit their best papers or coursework with the winners selected through an academic review process by panels made up of academics and industry professionals. Founded in 2008 by TCD graduates Oisin Hanrahan and Paddy Cosgrave, the UA aims to ‘celebrate students who propose fresh arguments and new approaches, providing undergraduate students with an opportunity to accelerate their ideas on a global platform’. Each year undergraduate students are invited to submit their best papers or coursework with the winners selected through an academic review process by panels made up of academics and industry professionals.

Conor Leahy (Class of 2008) and former School of English student and scholar of Trinity College was named as a prize winner in the English Literature category at this year’s International Undergraduate Awards. His winning essay was "Power, Conduct, and Fortune in the Alliterative Morte Arthure".

Shane MacEntagart (Class of 2009) was successful in the Language and Linguistics Category for his essay “The Reification of Love in Alexander Kluge’s Ein Liebesversuch” and also in the Mathematical and Physical Sciences category for his paper titled “A Blueprint for Equivalence: the quest for a complete Knot invariant”. Shane is the first person to have won in two categories.

Please visit here to view profile of all the 2013 winners and here to view the 2012 winners

*courtesy of TCD and The Undergraduate Awards.com

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