The EHAI Student Award is presented on an annual basis to the Environmental Health student who has received the highest overall result within their graduation class from Dublin Institute of Technology.The purpose of the Award is to recognise achievements and excellence of Environmental Health student and to motivate them to perform well.
Shane Keane & Award Winner Karen Conroy
Shane Keane Chairman of the EHOA (now the EHAI) was delighted to present Karen Conroy with the Environmental Health Student Award at the Clarion Hotel, Dublin on the 3rd of December 2010. The EHOA would like to wish Karen and all her fellow Environmental Health graduates of 2010 every success in their future career paths.
Lisa Fitzpatrick PRO presenting the EHAI Award - Student with
The Best Overall Result on the BSc Environmental Health Course to Joan McLoughlin.
DIT graduation ceremonies for the class of 2009 took place on Saturday the 31st of October 2009 in St. Patrick's Cathedral, where 38 Environmental Health graduates of the Faculty of Tourism and Food were conferred.The EHOA (now the EHAI) were delighted to present Joan McLoughlin with the EHOA (now the EHAI) Award for the Environmental Health Student with the Best Overall Results. The EHAI would like to wish Joan and all her fellow Environmental Health graduates of 2009 every success in their future career paths.