Graduates in the spotlight - December 2018
BSc Hons Physics, Coleraine
Ulster University graduate Norman Apsley confirmed as new Chair of Ledcom following his retirement from Catalyst Inc.
Source: Sync NI
Dip French, Magee
Ulster alumna and artist Kathryn Callaghan with aspirations of being another Cath Kidston.
Source: Belfast Telegraph
PhD Life and Health Sciences, Coleraine
Top spot at Harvard Medical School for PhD graduate Katie Christie.
Source: Ulster University
PGD Sports Development and Coaching, Jordanstown
Graduate and inter-county referee Maggie Farrelly joins Donegal sports partnership team.
Source: Highland Radio
BA Hons Business Studies, Jordanstown
Alumna Julie Gray along with her husband David Gray is listed amongst the ‘15 trailblazing entrepreneurs to watch in 2019’.
Source: Silicon Republic
BSc Hons Leisure and Events Management, Coleraine
Ashleigh Hamilton, Ulster graduate and Marketing Manager of Momentum discusses partnering with promising professionals through the Ulster University Business Leader Mentoring Programme.
PhD Arts Belfast
Dr Weimin He is artist-in-residence at the Oxford University Estates Directorate. He studied art from an early age and worked as a professional artist in Heilongjiang Museum of Art before coming to the UK in 1999. His artworks have been exhibited and collected worldwide, including: The British Museum, The Ashmolean Musum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The China National Gallery.
Source: The Mubane Educational Trust
MSc Executive Leadership and Adv Dip Management Practice, Jordanstown
NOW Group, managed by Ulster alumna Maeve Monaghan wins UK social enterprise award.
Source: Love Belfast
BA Hons Hospitality Management, Jordanstown
Ulster graduate Michael Weston named new General Manager at Slieve Donard Hotel.