Salters' Graduate Prize Winner.
Studied Chemical Engineering at Queen's.
Chemical Engineering MEng Finalist at Queen’s University Belfast, Kieran Paul Greene, has been awarded the Salters’ Graduate Prize 2007 by the Salters’ Institute. This National Prize is sponsored by the Salters’ Institute of Industrial Chemistry and is awarded every year to the graduate students most likely to succeed in industry. Candidates for the prize are selected for their intellectual capacity, initiative, ability for effective communication and collaboration, and a concern for the future of the chemical industry. “This award is a great credit to Kieran. Everyone in the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering wishes him well in his future career” said Professor Burch, Head of the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering.
Kieran was presented with his prize in December 2007 at the Salters’ Institute, London.
Kieran graduated with a First Class Honours from the MEng Chemical Engineering (sandwich) course in July 2007. During his course he was appointed to a 12 month placement (2005-2006) with Proctor and Gamble where he was given top performance ratings which has culminated in him being offered a full time position with the company. He has a very wide range of interests from his sporting activities to being an ex-world champion in Irish Dance. He is a student member of the Institution of Chemical Engineers and is very committed to working for a company which supports the industrial life of the UK.
Since his graduation he has Commenced full-time employment in August 2007 with Procter & Gamble. A summary of the company and his current assignment is given, briefly, below.
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