On behalf of the Mary Immaculate College Research & Graduate School, I am honoured and delighted to congratulate the two MIC recipients of the 2019 Irish Research Council Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme.
Tracy McCarthy, PhD student, Department of History, was awarded a Postgraduate Scholarship for a novel research thesis project entitled, “Politics, Disaffection and Rebellion in Connacht, 1775-1800. Tracy’s research thesis project is supervised by Dr Liam Chambers, Head of the Department of History.
Shane O’Neill, PhD student, Department of Drama and Theatre Studies was awarded a Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship for a novel research thesis project entitled, “Analysing Samuel Beckett’s Self-Translation Process through his Dramatic Works”. Shane’s research thesis project is supervised by Dr. David Clare and Dr Michael Finneran, Department of Drama and Theatre Studies.
The Research & Graduate School recognises this wonderful academic achievement and personal accomplishment and is delighted to celebrate with Tracy and Shane, and their families, friends, and colleagues.
Prof. James G. Deegan FRSA
Head of Graduate School
Mary Immaculate College