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The scholarship will be auctioned off at the Empowered Arab Sisterhood at Michigan State's annual Remembering the Refugees banquet. Visit the event page below for more information and come out for a chance to win the scholarship!
On March 18th, 2017 our National Board granted a charter to the newly recognized Gamma Chapter of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas at their first annual Remembering the Refugees Banquet.
The Gamma chapter raised $7,636 at their first annual Remembering the Refugees banquet to support Syrian refugee education through the Kayany Foundation and Friends of Kayany. In a short period of time, this group of young women reached noteworthy accomplishments and have already made a strong impact amongst their own community. Congrats to UNLV for becoming our Gamma chapter! We are so proud of all your achievements and we look forward to your many more accomplishments!
Below are some photos from their banquet:
Hi! My name is Adilla Jamaludin and I will be your next ASUCD Vice President. I am a third year International Agricultural Development major from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. During my time here, I have found a home in the Empowered Arab Sisterhood and have been involved with various other organizations like the Muslim Student Association. I previously served as an ASUCD Senator from 2015-2016 and Senate President Pro Tempore during Spring 2016. During my term as senator I worked on a number of projects that included establishing study spaces and lounges for international students, hiring more bilingual counselors to serve students, and I also founded the Pay-It-Forward program in collaboration with the ASUCD Coffee House and the ASUCD Pantry. In between classes and meetings, I can be seen lounging at Third and U or walking my 11 year old dog, Milo. Having worked together closely for over a year, I am super excited to lead with Josh for ASUCD’s executive office. Here are some of our proposed plans: