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James O’Connell

Mr James Ó Conaill achieved his bachelor’s degree (hons) in Irish Studies from Trinity College Dublin in 2017. Having tutored spoken Irish to first and second-year students in the university during 2017-18, as well as teaching English as a second language with a Dublin language school, he undertook his studies towards his Professional Master’s in…

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Muireann Nic Corcráin

Muireann Nic Corcráin achieved her Bachelors (hons) in TSM Modern Irish and History in 2020 from Trinity College Dublin from which she progressed on to a Masters in Speech and Language Processing in the School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences (SLSCS) in Trinity College Dublin. Her masters research project focuses on augmentative communication devices…

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Réaltín Mc Elhinney

Réaltín Mc Elhinney achieved a first-class honours degree in Irish with Management Studies from Ulster University Magee in 2020. Réaltín has had a passion for the promotion of the Irish language since her early education in Gaelscoil Cois Feabhail. In 2019, she was a founding member and elected secretary of Glór Inis Eoghain, a newly…

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Emma Byrne

Emma Byrne is a final year student of a BA in Applied Languages (with Irish, French and Spanish) at the University of Limerick. She spent time teaching English in Spain, and subsequently studied at Université Rennes 2 in France for the duration of a semester, where she studied Breton as part of her programme. In…

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Hannah Collins

Hannah graduated with a first-class honours BA in Music and Irish from UCC in 2019, where she attended on a full Quercus Creative and Performing Arts Scholarship. She went on to complete a BMus in 2020, where she graduated top of the class. During her time in UCC she was particularly involved in organising events…

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Róisín Ní Chinnéide

Róisí­n Ní­ Chinnéide is a final year (BCL) Law and Irish student at University College Cork. During the third year of her degree, Róisí­n spent a semester as an international student at the University of Montana, where she also taught undergraduate Irish classes at the University and undertook an internship in the federal court. As…

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Brigita Gallagher

Brigita Gallagher holds a B.A International degree in Irish and French, and is currently completing her Professional Masters in Education at University College Cork. While at UCC, Brigita was awarded OnA³ir na Gaeilge for her contribution to the Irish language. As Development Officer for An Chuallacht (the Irish Language Society) she played a key role…

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Brian Devlin

Brian Ó Doibhlin is a graduate of Queen’s University Belfast (BA in Irish and Celtic Studies 2014), Ulster University (MRes in Irish 2017) and NUI Galway (Diploma in Translation Skills 2017). He is currently a third year PhD student researching with the Northern Ireland Place-Name Project based in QUB, where he is also a Teaching…

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Jane Lucey

Jane Ní­ Luasa is a native Irish speaker from the renowned beauty spot of Gougane Barra in the Múscraí­ Gaeltacht where her family owns and runs Gougane Barra Hotel. Jane completed a Bachelor of Education at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick in 2018. She was an active member and chairperson of the college’s Cumann Gaelach. As…

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Caolán Ó Coisneacháin

Caolán Ó Coisneacháin graduated from Ulster University with a first-class BA degree in Irish Language and Literature, and later obtained a PGCE through the medium of Irish (TICO) from Queen’s University Belfast. He has spent many summers working for Gael Linn on their Gaeltacht courses in the Donegal Gaeltacht, as both a Leader (Ceannaire) and…

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