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Graduates in the Spotlight - June 2017

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Brendan Crealey

HND Informatics 1988 Jordantown


A positive attitude, resilience and patience are all crucial to Brendan Crealey’s role as a training manager.

Source: NI Jobfinder
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Niall Harkin and Geoffrey Sharpe

PGD Accounting 1994 Jordanstown & BA Hons Business Studies 2003 Jordanstown


Danske Bank has announced two new senior appointments within its Corporate and Business Banking team. Geoff Sharpe has been appointed as Head of Corporate, while Niall Harkin becomes Head of Organisational Development.

Source: Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry
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Danielle Killen


Ulster graduate and senior developer Danielle Killen at Seagate wins top mentor award.

Source: Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry
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Gareth Macklin

BA Hons Business Studies 2003 Jordanstown


Gareth Macklin (36) recalls the day his parents Brian and Mary first showed him the properties that would become the Malone Lodge Hotel.

Source: Belfast Telegraph
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Nuala McAllister

LLB Law with Politics 2011 Jordanstown


Ulster University graduate Nuala McAllister becomes Belfast City Mayor.

Source: Belfast Telegraph
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Roseann McGlinchey

BSc Hons Advertising 2016 Magee


Hands on deck as Ulster graduate Roseann McGlinchey closes in on dream.

Source: The Irish Times
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Brendan Mooney

DSc 2013, BSc Hons Computing Science 1989 Jordanstown


The head of Belfast software firm Kainos and Ulster University graduate, Brendan Mooney was in Monaco for the 17th EY World Entrepreneur of the Year Hall of Fame.

Source: The Irish News
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Wendy Ward

MFA Multidisciplinary Design 2015 Belfast, BA Hons Contemporary Applied Arts 2013 Belfast


Design graduate and UUSF scholarship recipient Wendy Ward has new pottery range named after her with Belleek Pottery.

Source: Belfast Telegraph