b'The Ireland Fund of France Research ScholarshipContinuedDr. David Timoney,Dean of Engineering at UCD said:"This support from The Ireland Fund of France and theenvironmental services group Veolia is critical to theprofessional development of our students. It providesthem with practical and applied experience as theypursue their research projects, and ultimately their professional career in engineering. We encourage allof our Masters in Energy Systems Engineering studentsto work with industry partners."Winning students Olivier Neu and Donal Costello with Liam Connellanand HE Emmanuelle dAchon, French Ambassador to IrelandThe Ireland Fund of France pays tribute to Charles de Gaulles Irish retreatAn exhibition was launched at the Irish Cultural Centre in Paris presenting twenty-five new im-ages from the Kennelly Archive. Padraig and Joan Kennelly, owners of a small photographicstudio in Tralee, followed Charles de Gaulle during his 1969 visit to Sneem and immortalisedthe excitement amongst the local community. This series of photographs were presented to thepublic for the first time in the exhibition A Quiet Holiday. In addition to the 25 photographstaken at the time, a selection of press clippings, a history of the McCartan clan of which deGaulle was a descendant and more recent photographs of the same locations taken byCharles de Gaulle in Sneem, 1969 Padraig Kennelly, were on display. Fondation Charles de Gaulleand The Ireland Fund of Francefunded this project which attracted more than 2000 visitors to the Irish Cultural Centre during 15 days.The exhibition is due to travelto other French cities and possibly to Ireland and was curated by Isabelle Galy-Ach, General Secretary of The Ireland Fund of France.The event was launched by the Minister for European Affairs, Lucinda Creighton, T.D., H.E. Paul Kavanagh, Ambassador of Ireland inFrance; Jacques Godfrain, President of the Charles de Gaulle Fondation; and Aine Ads President of The Ireland Fund of France.The debut of A Quiet Holiday connect 2012 | 91'