30 April 2024

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ATU wins best research project at Education Awards

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ATU wins best research project at Education Awards

A team from Atlantic Technological University has secured the Best Research Project at the 2024 Education Awards

The accolade is for their Irish Students Wellbeing and ADHD project at a gala award ceremony in Dublin

Supported by the North South Research Programme, this collaborative initiative between ATU and Ulster University has garnered widespread recognition for its impactful contributions to student welfare

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