Food and Postgraduate Awards Day, Loughry Campus, 22 June 2018
Healthy futures ahead Danielle Campbell (Cookstown), Catherine Evans (Magherafelt) and Eimear Fegan (Ballynahinch) celebrate their graduation with First Class BSc Hons Degrees in Food Nutrition and Health at the Loughry Campus Awards Day.
National Diploma graduates A-level alternatives proved a winner for graduates Emma McCombe (Newtownhamilton), Katie McFetridge (Ballymena), Amy Semple (Omagh), Emily Burrows (Dungannon), Katie Crozier (Armagh), Rebecca Cromie (Banbridge), Rebecca Nesbitt (Tandragee) and Rebecca McNatt (Castlecaulfield) when they graduated with National Diploma qualifications in Food at the Loughry Campus Awards Day.
Jay banks on success BSc (Hons) Degree in Food Business Management graduate Jay Price (Portadown) was congratulated by Martin Convery (Business Development Manager) when he picked up the Ulster Bank Cup and Prize at Loughry’s Award ceremony.
Local alternative to A-levels Tyrone graduates Sean McNally (Coalisland) and Rebecca McNatt (Castlecaulfield) graduated from Loughry Campus with National Diploma in Food qualifications. A satisfying alternative to A-levels.
Dairy UK winner at Loughry National Diploma in Food Technology graduate Thomas Freeman (Ballymoney) was presented with the Dairy UK prize by Mark Blelock for achieving the highest marks in all final year subjects at the Awards ceremony at Loughry Campus.
Young Farmers’ Prize Dr Sam Kennedy (Head of Education Service, CAFRE) and James Speers (President, Young Farmers’ Club) congratulated Kaitlyn Martin (Portavogie) on being awarded the Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster Prize as part of her studies on the BSc (Hons) Degree in Food Business Management.
Clever mummy! Nuala McDade (Dunmurry) celebrated her graduation with her six-year-old daughter Faith at the Loughry Campus Awards ceremony where Nuala was awarded a Foundation Degree in Food Nutrition and Health.
SDT Prize winner Danielle Campbell (Cookstown) was awarded the Society of Dairy Technology Prize by Ms Joy Alexander (Head of Food Technology Development) on behalf of the SDT in recognition of work completed on a dairy-related subject.
Ryan delights Dunbia Glenn Patterson presented Ryan Mulholland (Toomebridge) with the Dunbia Prize for achieving highest marks in meat technology during his studies for a National Diploma in Food Technology.
Cleaning up at Loughry Awards ND in Food Technology student, Fiona Hamilton, (Sixmilecross) and BSc (Hons) in Food Technology student Kim Taggart (Doagh) being congratulated by Dr Sam Kennedy (Head of Education Service, CAFRE) on receiving the Ecolab Award for the highest marks in the subject of Food Hygiene.
First Trust Bank prize for Patrick Patrick O’Neill (Dungannon) was awarded the First Trust Prize by Eoin Donnelly (Specialist Agri Adviser) at the Loughry Campus Awards Day. Patrick received the prize for attaining the highest marks in the Strategic Business Management module during his studies for a BSc (Hons) Degree in Food Business Management.
Student representatives Ashleigh Irwin (Cookstown) and Jack Graham (Ballymoney) celebrated their graduation at the Loughry Campus Awards Day. During the year Ashleigh was President and Jack, Vice President of the Students’ Representative Council. They organised a lively range of activities and fundraising events, their contributions were recognised by Dr Sam Kennedy (Head of Education Service, CAFRE).