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The outstanding commitment to serving the most vulnerable in the community of Sister Nuala Kelly has been honoured today by Ulster University.

Sister Nuala, who was instrumental to the transformation of St. Louise’s College on the Falls Road Belfast, spent her career enabling families who had not experienced the opportunities of education to reach their full potential.

After leaving formal teaching, Sister Nuala has dedicated her time to supporting homeless charities in Ireland and the United Kingdom and champions the power of gospel values in caring for marginalised communities.

Today, Sr Nuala was recognised for her outstanding commitment in serving the community and its most vulnerable members regardless of their situation, history, or religious beliefs.

As the Class of 2024 celebrate their hard work and dedication across seven graduation ceremonies in Belfast, Coleraine and Derry~Londonderry, Ulster University is honouring seven key figures in politics, journalism, the arts and community work as it bestows its Honorary Doctorates.

For more information, visit: From Former Presidents to Fashion Leaders: Ulster University set to honour cohort of inspirational and talented leaders with series of Honorary Doctorates - Ulster University