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L to R: GMIT Student of the Year winners Emer Cosgrove from Tuam and Oluwaseun Oladimeji, originally from Nigeria, now living in Claregalway with Rachel McCarthy (right), Ita Kelly (centre), both GMIT lecturers, and Irene Collins, EIQA MD

Two GMIT students, Emer Cosgrove from Tuam and Oluwaseun Oladimeji from Claregalway have won top accolades at this year’s National Q Mark Awards.

L to R:  Seán Fahy, Buildings & Estates, Annemarie Harte, GMIT Catering Co, Dr John Lohan, School of Engineering, Amy Kelly, Students Union President, Dr Mark Kelly, School of Engineering, Peter Butler, Lifelong Learning Manager. Front row: Dr Fergal Barry, President of GMIT, and Deirdre O'Carroll, An Taisce.

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) this week launched its bid for Green Campus status for its two Galway city campuses, with the official signing of an agreement between An Taisce and GMIT at the Institute’s inaugural Green Campus & Energy Awareness Open Day.

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