L-R: Professor Peter McHugh Dean of CoEI, Dylan Kelly, Ann Roddy Fidelity Investments, Dr Michael Schukat, Head of Discipline of Information Technology. Photo by Aengus McMahon
Nov 06 2017 Posted: 12:10 GMT

NUI, Galway graduate, Dylan Kelly won a top prize at the IT awards ceremony, held on October 20th 2017 in the IT building.  Dylan scooped the Fidelity Investments Best Student of the Year award for his diligent work throughout his BSc in Computer Science and Information Technology. 

Dylan achieved outstanding academic results throughout the degree programme and received the highest marks overall in the graduating class of 2017.

He is currently studying an MSc in Artificial Intelligence at Edinburgh University, involving machine learning and probabilistic modelling/reasoning courses.

The Best Student of the Year award was presented to Dylan by Ann Roddy of Fidelity Investments.

Speaking about Dylan’s achievement, Programme Director of the BSc in Computer Science and Information Technology, Dr Des Chambers said:

“Dylan was a great student who achieved outstanding grades throughout the course. He is a very deserving winner of this award. I want to wish him well with what I am sure will be a very bright future.” 

 

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Fidelity Investments Best Student of the Year award

L-R: Professor Peter McHugh Dean of CoEI, Dylan Kelly, Ann Roddy Fidelity Investments, Dr Michael Schukat, Head of Discipline of Information Technology.  Photo by Aengus McMahon

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