The ADAPT Education and Public Engagement (EPE) Team, comprising Laura Grehan, Dr Emma Clarke, Dr Cara Greene and Anne Kearns, won the 2021 President’s Staff Recognition Awards by Dublin City University (DCU), held virtually on December 14, 2021.
The EPE team’s victory was well-deserved as the team has been managing the Centre’s public engagement operations centred around a programme of events titled Discuss AI, helping the Centre be involved in research practices that maximise societal impact.
The DCU President’s Staff Recognition Awards was launched with the aim of celebrating staff who consistently outperform, setting excellent work standards while also making outstanding contributions to DCU and its community.
The win was assessed and recommended by a panel of distinguished members of the DCU community including Joe Quinsey (CEO DCU Educational Trust), Marian Burns (Director of Human Resources – Chair), Celine Crawford (Director of Communications), Lisa Looney (Vice President for Academic Affairs), Anne Looney (Executive Dean Institute of Education) and Ciaran McGivern (Director of Finance).
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