2014 Award Recipients
Meet previous award recipients and find out how each of these exceptional individuals contributed to our community through excellent academic achievement and outstanding extracurricular contributions.
Nabeela Nathoo, Doctor of Philosophy
Balancing academic pursuit with extracurricular involvement, Nabeela has contributed to improving the graduate student experience while showing unwavering support for the causes she believes in. Nabeela’s academic achievements include multiple first author articles published in peer-reviewed journals. She has also presented at international research conferences and has won many academic awards.
Nabeela represented the Graduate Students’ Association (GSA) on various university research policy committees, contributed to the university’s 2012 Strategic Research Plan, and received the Alberta Graduate Citizenship Award twice. She was also the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the GSA in 2013 for her significant contributions throughout her graduate studies.
In the community, Nabeela has spearheaded fundraising efforts for the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society of Canada, written for the Alberta MS newsletter, and actively participated in defining MS research priorities in Canada.