Midleton CBS – STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Apprenticeship and Mathematics) Night.

Midleton CBS inaugural STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Apprenticeship and Mathematics) turned out to be a huge success with a large turnout on the evening of students, parents and interested stakeholders. There were presentations on the evening from STEAM Entrepreneur Harry McCann, Chief Medical Scientist in the Mercy University Hospital Eithne Barden, Bill Emerson from the Business Information Systems Degree in UCC and Professor Paul Callanan of UCC Physics Department. Attendees were then afforded the opportunity to browse the stands from CIT, UCC, SOLAS, Sligo IT Online, Women in Stem, COBOTS.IE, Dell and Crest Technologies.  


CBS staff who organised the STEAM Night - Brendan Wall (Technical Graphics and Technology teacher), Maurice Keohane (Principal), Deirdre Nash (Career Guidance), Tim Collins (Technology teacher), Barry Speight (Programmes Coordinator) and Declan Hourihan (Vocational Programmes Coordinator).



Midleton CBS Past Pupils - Kalem O’ Donoghue, Jack Enright (STEAM Committee and Organiser), Dylan Casey (STEAM Committee and Organiser) and Killian Cronin.



STEAM Student Committee - Conor Padden, David Buttimer, Ms Deirdre Nash (Guidance Counsellor), James Murphy and Bradley O’ Brien.



STEAM Speakers and Presentations on the Night.



Various STEAM stands on display.


Past CBS pupils studying and working in STEAM careers give advice to present pupils.


Jim Harrison, Hugh O’ Donnell and Michael Ring – Cork Institute of Technology



Michel Schellekens – UCC Computer Science.



Amy O’ Reilly and Lauren Andrews from WiSTEM – Women Making a Difference in STEM.



Donal McCauliffe and Elaine Murphy –


Craig Conroy and John Caulfield from COBOTS.IE


Brian Mulligan – IT Sligo Online and Stefano Zaccaria – Crest Solutions.


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