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Ms. Victoria Kelly


Vicky's position reports directly to the Dean and Manager of the Centre for Teaching and Learning, Vicky manages a varied and comprehensive series of projects in support of the unit achieving their strategic objectives in a timely and efficient manner whilst ensuring projects are aligned to the strategic priorities of the University.

The primary function of Vicky's role is to assist the Dean and Manager in planning, coordinating and administrating strategic projects and processes across the centre and ultimately the university. The role involves working closely with colleagues across the constituent faculties, schools institutes and well as colleagues in all departments and administrative units across UL and with UL external partners.

Vicky's role is student facing, faculty facing and a management facing position thus requires extensive knowledge and experience in the running of all aspects of the administrative offices within the University. Vicky also acts as a point of contact between the academic community, administrative units and external partners pertaining to the functions of the Unit.

Professional Activities


  • 2016 University of Limerick - BA
  • 2006 HSI College, Limerick - Higher Diploma


  • 2015 EDTECH 2015,
    Vicky as part of the organising committee lead, managed and coordinated all aspects of the administrative side of EDTECH 2015 Conference. EDTech is a national conference.


    Organising Committee

    The Conference Organising Committee is pleased to announce that EdTech 2015 will be hosted by the Irish Learning Technology Association (ILTA) in association with University of Limerick. The 2015 organising committee is as follows (alphabetically listed): Catherine Bruen, RCSI Fiona Concannon, NUI Galway

    Kevin Dermody, HEAnet

    Paul Gormley, NUIG

    Padraig Hyland, UL

    Vicky Kelly, UL

    Noel Murray, Cork IT

    Muireann O'Keeffe, DCU

    Angelica Risquez, UL

    Laura Widger, Waterford IT

  • 2014 AICUR (All-Ireland Conference of Undergraduate Research),

    AICUR is undergraduate research conference, it's just like any other academic conference but what makes it special is that the presentations will be delivered by undergraduate students presenting work they have undertaken as part of their studies.

    • Lead and manage all aspects of the project from beginning to end.

    • Identify and meet timelines from securing an appropriate date, to scheduling committee meetings, to developing and disseminating on-line promotional materials

    • Disseminate progress reports to Dean, Manager and AICUR committee members accordingly

    • Organise brainstorming session to scope ideas for new speakers and identify critical dates in order to devise a work schedule

    • Disseminate feedback and review updated documents

    • Implement any recommendations/feedback that are highlighted from previous year, ensuring they are incorporated into next conference

    • Conference Secretariat

      Working directly for World Gold Council Chairman Dr. Chris Corti, UK and Vice-Chairman Prof. Julian Ross, University of Limerick, Conference Organisers

      Setting up and maintaining database of participants, generating reports and providing feedback to committee members on a weekly basis

      Liaising on a daily basis with committee members from all over the world such as South Africa, Australia, Canada, UK and Ireland.

      Repsonsible for the overall administrative duties for the conference such as taking minutes of meetings, dealing with the day to day queries regarding the conference, receiving and coding of abstracts, updating website and running reports

      Assisting delegates, sponsors and committee members on a daily basis


    • 2011 University of Limerick - Centre for Teaching and Learning - Senior Administrator