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Dalhousie Engineering Mourns Lives Lost in Ukraine International Airlines Crash
On behalf of the Faculty of Engineering, we would like to express our deepest condolences to all family and friends of those impacted by the crash of Ukraine International Airlines flight PS752. It is a tragic loss felt in many families, communities and countries.
It is with great sadness that we have learned that members of our Engineering and Dalhousie University community were among the victims. Special condolences are extended to the family and friends of Masoumeh “Masi” Ghavi, a Masters of Engineering in Internetworking student in the Faculty of Engineering.
Our thoughts are with all students, staff and faculty impacted by loss at this difficult time.
Please know that grief counseling and support through Dalhousie Health Service are available to students and faculty. Resources are available through Dalhousie’s Student Health & Wellness Services, including Multifaith Services.
Staff and faculty resources are also available through Dalhousie’s Employee Family Assistance Program
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