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T75 - 1992 Conferring of Honorary Degrees (LL.D.) by the National Council for Educational Awards in Dublin Castle

30/11/1992
11/30/1992
30 November 1992
Conferring of Honorary Degrees (LL.D.) by the National Council for Educational Awards in Dublin Castle Conference Centre, Dublin. Picture shows Taoiseach Albert Reynolds, T.D. presenting Mr. Kevin Killeen with his degree. Mr. Killeen became CEO of Co. wexford Vocational Education Committee in 1936 in succession to Seamus Wilmot (later Registrar of the National University of Ireland). He transferred as CEO to the City of Waterford VEC in 1941 and filled that post until his retirement in 1974. During his tenure in Waterford the Regional Technical College was established. Mr. Killeen was for 34 years honorary secretary of the Irish Vocational Education Association with another six years as General Secretary.

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30/11/1992<br />
11/30/1992<br />
30 November 1992<br />
Conferring of Honorary Degrees (LL.D.) by the National Council for Educational Awards in Dublin Castle Conference Centre, Dublin. Picture shows Taoiseach Albert Reynolds, T.D. presenting Mr. Kevin Killeen with his degree. Mr. Killeen became CEO of Co. wexford Vocational Education Committee in 1936 in succession to Seamus Wilmot (later Registrar of the National University of Ireland). He transferred as CEO to the City of Waterford VEC in 1941 and filled that post until his retirement in 1974. During his tenure in Waterford the Regional Technical College was established. Mr. Killeen was for 34 years honorary secretary of the Irish Vocational Education Association with another six years as General Secretary.