Diarmuid Early

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Diarmuid Early
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Positions Held Internal Convenor, Development Officer, Auditor,
Sessions on Committee 155th, 156th, 157th,
Other UCC Positions Held Finance Officer, UCC Societies' Guild:
Vice-Auditor, UCC LawSoc:
Philosoph Rep/OCM, Cork Worlds Steering Committee.
Awards Won UCC Graduate of the Year
Bene Merenti
Diarmuid "Dim" Early is a former Auditor (157th Session), Development Officer (156th Session) and Internal Convenor (155th Session) of the Philosoph. He was Deputy Convenor and Registration Director of Cork Europeans 2005. He is also a former Finance Officer of the UCC Societies' Guild (2005/2006) and a former Vice-Auditor of the UCC Law Society (2003/2004). He was awarded a Bene Merenti at the Societies Guild Awards 2007, and is an Honorary Life Member of both the Philosophical and Law Societies, a rare distinction.

Diarmuid graduated with a first class joint honours degree in Mathematics and Physics in 2007 and has just completed an M.Sc. in Theoretical Computer Science in UCC. Diarmuid was named UCC Graduate of Year in 2007, becoming the third consecutive Philosoph committee member to win that accolade. He currently lives in London and is married to Connie Grieve, a former debater for St. Andrew's University. He is a brother of Cormac Early.

Competitive Debating Involvement[edit]

158th Session[edit]

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  • Balaka Individual Speakers' Competition

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157th Session[edit]

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156th Session[edit]

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155th Session[edit]

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154th Session[edit]

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153rd Session[edit]

Individual Winner: Munster Schools' Debating Competition

Adjudication[edit]

  • UL IV Chief Adjudicator (2007)