I am delighted to see the 2017 UL Links launched across the campus, in the Irish Times and across digital and social media channels nationally and internationally. What I like most about the stories is how they place people – UL people – centre stage in the telling of the UL story. There is a very global, outward message here.
Friends, we want our story to stand out from the crowd by telling our stories with flair and colour. For a university that has challenged convention and at times broken the mould, we want to do the same with how UL tells its story.
“I’ve worked on the UL President’s Volunteer Awards with the Student Affairs Division for nearly six years and have seen a significant 40,000 student volunteer hours recorded in that time and over 600 UL students receiving their PVAs from President Don Barry.
Cliodhna Murphy, Chloe Aherne, and Sinead O’Connell, 5th year students from St Mary’s, Macroom, Co. Cork were among the 9,000 students experiencing all the University of Limerick has to offer at the UL Open Days 2015.