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Visionary leadership: Dal Health Sciences student wins 2022 3M National Student Fellowship

Visionary leadership: Dal Health Sciences student wins 2022 3M National Student Fellowship

Third-year student Mohamed Nashnoush has been named a 2022 recipient of the prestigious national award, recognized for outstanding leadership and tasked with developing and completing a funded project on teaching and learning.  Read more.

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Nicole Maunsell
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Nigerian-born Enemona Agada was attracted to Dal's Bachelor of Management program because he was curious about how businesses work. When juggling more than one job on top of a full course load proved challenging, he sought and got the help he needed to turn it around.
Kim Humes
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Theresa Anne Salah
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Throughout her time as an electrical engineering student at Dal, Eptehal Nashnoush searched for opportunities to advocate for women and equity-deserving groups, showcasing to aspiring students what it means to be a modern-day engineer.
Jane Doucet
Tuesday, May 31, 2022
After earning a degree in microbiology from Dalhousie in 2010, Geoff Seto knew he wanted to pursue some sort of health-care profession — but it wasn't until an experience his mother had as a cancer patient years later that he considered dental hygiene.
Mandy King
Tuesday, May 31, 2022
Irfaan Kasmani grew up in Kuwait, but explored the development of informal settlements in his birthplace of Kenya as part of his thesis in Dal's Master of Architecture program.