Integrated Student Management Fellowships apply academic learning to real-world challenges

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Published: 2May2022
Integrated Management Student Fellowship (IMSF) participants

The Graphix Project is creating an intellectual history of human rights in graphic novel form – over 3,000 years of conflict and social movements. Third-year student Nada Al Mgharbel has been contributing research to the initiative, which is a collaboration between McGill and Yale University, and will be the centrepiece of a human-rights education program. Al Mgharbel is one of 46 undergraduate students participating in the Integrated Management Student Fellowship (IMSF) program. Also partaking in the unique experience for undergraduate students to dive head first into research while creating change in their communities is Mariam Sabbah, a fourth-year undergraduate majoring in International Management with minors in Political Science and International Development Studies, whose community initiative focuses on food waste education in local schools.

 

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