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November Student of the Month - Diala Saab

10 Jan 2018 - 10:17am
photo of Diala Saab

Diala Saab is our Student of the Month winner for November. She is a fourth-year psychology major, with a double minor in biology and linguistics. After volunteering with individuals with aphasia at the Halton-Peel Community Aphasia Programs, she was inspired to raise awareness about the disease on campus. In November, she reached out to a UTM clubs and societies to hold a fundraiser to donate towards the cause. She also collected resources to distribute on campus to raise awareness about aphasia and how to get involved.

October - Habon Ali

21 Nov 2017 - 12:18pm
Habon Ali

Habon Ali is a third year student pursuing a double major in biology and environmental sciences. This month she was awarded a fellowship with the Mosaic Institute, a charitable not-for-profit organization which fosters dialogue throughout diverse Canadian communities to advance justice and peace. Through this fellowship, she will be working with 17 student leaders from all across Canada to create a social action plan to showcase how our differences are our solutions.

The Meaning of Mentorship and Why We All Need it

3 Nov 2017 - 1:49pm
The best place to get answers about grad school is from a graduate student themselves

Think of a person in your life that pushed you to your limits, but made you stronger than you were before. Or perhaps, there was a time when someone changed your perspective on something. Or maybe you once felt lost, and someone helped you find your path. Whether there were formally or informally our mentors, the impact these people have in our lives can be long-lasting and hugely influential.

September - Johnathan Davidson

24 Oct 2017 - 2:49pm
Johnathan holding his awards

September's Student of the Month is Johnathan Davidson, an undergraduate student doing a double major in Psychology & Biology. This past month, Johnathan was awarded the Service Above Self Award by the Rotary Club of Mississauga for his contributions to the Mississauga Community. He is also the president of Lifeline: UTM Blood & Stem Cell Society where he is helping conduct their first blood clinic scheduled for Nov. 4th. By working with Canadian Blood Services, they have registered over 100 Blood Donors.