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Research Walsh Fellows

Teagasc are a major employer of postgraduate Walsh Fellowship students. They are called Walsh Fellowships, to commemorate the late Dr Tom Walsh, first director of both the Agricultural Research Institute and the National Advisory and Training Service, which were merged to form Teagasc, and a prime mover in developing agricultural and food research in Ireland.

The Fellowship scheme requires that participating students achieve a level of statistical expertise in experimental methods appropriate to a Master’s or PhD programme. The topics researched cover all aspects of agriculture, horticulture, food, agri-food economics, rural development and rural environment, as well as specific topics identified for priority funding each year.

Read about our current students and the research topics they are pursuing.

Animal & Grassland Research and Innovation Programme

Animal & Bioscience Department

Grassland Science Department

Livestock Systems Department

Pig Development Department

Crops, Environment and Land-Use Programme

Crops Research Department

Agri-Environment Research Department

Forestry Development Department

Horticulture Development Department

Agricultural Catchments

Environment, Soils and Land Use

Food Programme

Food Biosciences Department

Food Safety Department

Food Chemistry & Technology Department

Food Industry Development Department

Food Quality and Sensory Science Department

Rural Economy and Development Programme

Agricultural Economics and Farm Surveys Department

Agrifood Business and Spatial Analysis Department

Farm Management and Rural Development Knowledge Transfer Department