Manorhamilton student awarded €20,000 academic scholarship

no repro fee if the Naughton Foundation mentioned in captionDeputy Principal Ceola McGowan, Minister for Education and Skills Damien English TD and County Leitrim scholar Eoghan Killalea, St Clare�"s Comprehensive with Dr Martin and Carmel Naoghton at the 2014 Naughton Foundation Scholarship Awards at the Science Gallery in Trinity college-photo Kieran Harnett
As a new college term begins, one lucky student from Co. Leitrim has received word that his academic studies will be funded by scholarships from The Naughton Foundation.

As a new college term begins, one lucky student from Co. Leitrim has received word that his academic studies will be funded by scholarships from The Naughton Foundation.

The foundation has supported Irish students in their desire to study science, engineering and technology at third level institutions in Ireland for several years now and the presentation of the 2014 scholarship awards were made on Saturday September 27th, in Science Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin.

The exemplary Co. Leitrim student who was awarded a scholarship by The Naughton Foundation for 2014 is Eoghan KillaleaI of St Clare’s Comprehensive, Manorhamilton who has accepted a place at Trinity College Dublin to study Theoretical Physics.

Leitrim has experienced great success with the awards to date and in 2013 the recipient of the coveted award was Oisin Parkinson-Coombes also formerly of St Clare’s Comprehensive, Manorhamilton.

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