Trinity Global Engagement Awards 2020
Posted on: 10 June 2020
The Trinity Global Engagement Awards recognise the exceptional contribution made by staff to global education, cultural understanding and global experiences that directly benefits the Trinity community, raising Trinity’s profile and supporting the development of students into global citizens.
The awards honour staff members who have distinguished themselves in their work, and acts as an inspiration to others and a means of highlighting the value of this work to both internal and external audiences.
We are delighted to announce the 2020 Trinity’s Global Engagement Award winners are:
Professor Brian Lawlor, Deputy Executive Director of the Global Brain Health Institute, and
Professor Brian Broderick, School of Engineering in recognition of his work in the development of a partnership with the Manipal Academy of Higher Education, India.
This year the adjudication panel, also commended the following applicants who will be presented with a Global Engagement Certificates of Excellence:
Ms. Meghan Donaldson, Trinity Development and Alumni
Dr. Frances O’Brien, School of Nursing and Midwifery
Dr Brian Walls, School of Physics
Dr. Susan Murphy and Dr. Matthew Saunders, School of Natural Sciences
The Awards ceremony will be hosted by the Provost in the next academic year 20/21 in recognition of their outstanding contributions to Trinity’s Global Engagement activities.
The winners were chosen following a detailed assessment by the adjudication panel, comprising representatives of academic staff, the student body and an external reviewer. The panel examined each candidate across four categories that included global engagement, international education and outreach activities, international relationship building and leadership in global fundraising.