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Nahlah Ayed (second from left) with previous prize recipients (l-r) Maryam Al-Azazi (2017), Anamika Anwesha (2018) and Dr. Peter Karari (2010). // Photo by Mike Latschislaw

Previous prize recipients (l-r) Maryam Al-Azazi (2017), Anamika Anwesha (2018) and Dr. Peter Karari (2010). Photo by Mike Latschislaw.

Nominations open for the 2020 Nahlah Ayed Prize for Student Leadership and Global Citizenship

November 25, 2019 — 

Do you know a student who inspires, motivates or challenges you to think globally and act locally? If so, nominate them for the Nahlah Ayed Prize for Student Leadership and Global Citizenship. All students, staff and faculty are welcome to nominate eligible students.

The International Centre offers this annual prize to encourage University of Manitoba students to participate in activities that celebrate diversity, curiosity, respect and mutual understanding, and that will expand their horizons and develop global skill sets. An annual prize has been awarded to one domestic and one international student since 2010. Read more about the 2019 prize recipients.

The prize is named for Nahlah Ayed [BSc(Hons)/92, MA/02, LLD(Honorary)/08], a CBC foreign correspondent and host of Ideas, alumna and honorary degree recipient.

The deadline to nominate a student for the Nahlah Ayed Prize is Dec. 13. Visit the International Centre website for more details.

Research at the University of Manitoba is partially supported by funding from the Government of Canada Research Support Fund.

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