The Dalhousie community and people from all over the world remain in shock following the devastating crash of Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 on January 8th, which took the lives of all 176 passengers on board. Among the deceased – including academics, doctors, and children – are two members of the Dal community, Engineering student Masoumeh “Masi” Ghavi and Dal alum and dentist Sharieh Faghihi.
On behalf of the Dalhousie Iranian Student Society, we extend our most heartfelt sympathy and condolences to the families and friends of the victims of this tragic incident.
Now, we want to honour their memory through a newly established and student-led bursary, The Iranian Memorial Bursary.
Each year, The Iranian Memorial Bursary will be awarded to a Dalhousie Iranian student (undergraduate) who demonstrates financial need, as well as to help ease any complications that arise from studying away from home.
As fellow International students of the Dalhousie community, and friends of Masi and Sharieh, we know that the best way to honour their memory is to help support today’s Iranian students at Dal, who share hopes and dreams similar to those of the victims. Please consider supporting The Iranian Memorial Bursary to help make this goal a reality, and to keep their memory alive.
Members of the Dalhousie Iranian Student Society
Dalhousie University has contributed $25,000 to the Iranian Memorial Bursary Fund.
Prayers for the families, friends, and all those mourning the lives lost. Wishes of peace and love for a brighter future.
Canadian Federation of Students-Nova Scotia
At our last Provincial Executive Meeting, students on our board voted to donate $200 to honour the victims and their families. We send our deepest condolences to the families and loved ones of all the victims.
The Loaded Ladle
May the lives of all 176 passengers Rest In Peace, and may their memories live on in our hearts 🖤 in solidarity, The Loaded Ladle
We will not forget! 🖤🥀
Morteza Morteza Zarghami
Donation on behalf of the Iranian grad students in Civil and Resource Engineering
Iranian Cultural Society of NS ICSNS
Sanaz Alimohammadi sagvand
Such a big loss for our persian community with that tragic event. Hope with this donation we could raise a general awareness and help iranian students to reach their goals. Thank you,
My condolences to all those families who lost their loved ones in the tragic Ukrainian plane crash. History will never forget those scholars, and futures of this country who were sacrificed over needless “errors”.
My deepest condolences and sympathy with those who lost their life. I hope this movement and fund help those who are starting fresh and therefor becoming successful people in this society and be a good member as they were.
Dalhousie Association of Graduate Students DAGS
DAGS stands with all the families and friends affected by this tragedy and is honoured to be part of this great student movement.
The airplane crash was an unbelievable catastrophe for everybody around the world. My great sympathy and condolence to the familys' and friends.
Ali Ghasempour bagheri
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