Gold Partners Awards & Educator of Excellence Awards

1. Student awards

Analog Devices student award

Analog will present an award in the Technology category to the best placed project, either group or individual, except where the project has been selected as BT Young Scientist & Technologist(s) of the Year. The winning project will be awarded €2,000. In addition, Analog Devices will donate €2,500 to the school of the winning student(s) as a contribution towards its science laboratory equipment fund*.

Perrigo student award

Perrigo will present an award in the Biological and Ecological category to the best placed project, either group or individual, except where the project has been selected as BT Young Scientist & Technologist(s) of the Year. The winning project will be awarded €2,000.

RTÉ student award

RTÉ will present an award in the Social and Behavioural Sciences category to the best placed project, either group or individual, except where the project has been selected as BT Young Scientist & Technologist(s) of the Year. The winning project will visit RTÉ for a tour.

Cisco student award

An award will be presented in the Chemical, Physical and Mathematical category to the best placed project, either group or individual, except where the project has been selected as the BT Young Scientist & Technologist(s) of the year.

 

2. Educator of excellence awards

These awards will be presented to the teachers whose commitment and encouragement have consistently enabled their students to participate successfully in all categories of the exhibition.

Analog Devices Educator of Excellence Award – Technology

The winner receives a bursary of €2,000 and an Analog Trophy.
*Analog Devices will contact winner with details, terms and conditions.

Perrigo Educator of Excellence – Biological and Ecological Sciences

The winner receives a bursary of €2,000 and a Perrigo trophy.

BT Educator of Excellence – Social and Behavioural Sciences

The winner receives a bursary of €2,000 and a BT trophy.

BT Educator of Excellence Award – Chemical, Physical and Mathematical Sciences

The winner receives a bursary of €2,000 and a BT trophy.

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