University of Ulster students, Paul Teague from Belfast and Penny Loan from Ballymoney were among the prizewinners at the School of Computing & Information Engineering’s annual prizegiving at the Coleraine campus.
Paul, who won the Asidua award for the Best Overall second year undergraduate in the School, joined the University via direct entry into Year 2 of his course. To date, every mark he has achieved has been in the first class category with the majority of his marks being 80 or above. He is currently on placement with Belfast technology company,Latens Systems Ltd, which provides security software to Pay TV operators.
Penny, who is studying part-time, won the Asidua award for the Best Overall Student on the PgDip/MSc Telecommunications and Internet Systems programme.
Congratulating both students on their success, Asidua CEO Dr Steve Brankin, said the company provides exceptional opportunities for graduates and he was pleased to be associated with Ulster’s School of Computing and Information Engineering. Caption
Paul Teague and Penny Loan, award winners at the University of Ulster's prizegiving for the School of Computing and Information Engineering